Category Archives: The god problem

The god (and devil) problem in employment discrimination

Do you know the expression “Reasonable Accommodation”? It has to do with employment law. Employers must make reasonable accommodations for employees who are disabled or who have special needs of one kind or another which restrict them from full adherence … Continue reading

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The god problem: Joel Osteen smacked by Anthony Trollope

Dedicated to Joel Osteen who, having been raked on Twitter for failing to open his massive Houston church to shelter flood victims, now suggests maybe he will: There is, perhaps, no greater hardship at present inflicted on mankind in civilised … Continue reading

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The pledge of allegiance in court? Since when?

Since when did participants in a trial have to take the pledge of allegiance, presumably to the flag? This is only a New York Law Journal abstract and doesn’t say where this trial was held. In a fifth grade class? … Continue reading

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