Davidson Loehr

Davidson Loehr is a retired Unitarian minister with a rich array of experiences: professional musician, combat photographer and press officer in Vietnam, photography studio owner, carpenter and drunk, Ph.D. in theology, the philosophy of religion, philosophy of science, language philosophy, and 23 years as a Unitarian minister. He lives in Austin, Texas.

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Friday, February 11, 2011
Egyptian Irony
On February 8, our Vice President Joe Biden called Egypt’s new VP Omar Suleiman, saying Egypt should cancel the Emergency Law their government has used to suppress, imprison, torture and kill those who oppose the government’s tyranny. Another provision of the Emergency Law gives the President the right to bypass the courts, and have people tried by a military tribunal – where the government can go for vengeance rather than justice.
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