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ContributorNetwork - COMMENTARY | The news reports some politician insisting on ideas that have more harm than good. We hear him suggest relying heavily on extremely pollutant oil and coal while we are on the cusp of electric cars. He claims promoting higher education for everyone by our country's leader was very snobbish; despite the country falling behind in aspects of learning. Then there is the idea that everyone in the nation needs to be religiously freed by having the nation's government indoctrinated into religious law. The validation for all of these paradoxical and destructive statements is because a book that was completed 1,700 years ago is being used as a guide to modern environmental, social, and intellectual issues. This sounds like an unrealistic claim; but in some places in America, a popular view.
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