Today’s ruling regime definitely talks a good game but when it comes right down to it where is the fairness in the things they do? Social justice is the name of the game but how they play it is as if you do not need a rational brain to noodle with. I want to clarify. It is working and if you have a brain does this sound fair? Is this social justice? Are the 47% paying their fair share? The 47% share in using public resources, like highways, subsidized public transportation, etc. Yet towards supporting it pay nothing, does this sound fair? Barely.

Why do American corporations pay the highest taxes in the world (going on 35%) and now will probably be expected to pick up the check for the new healthcare system. What will actually occur is labour will probably be requested a week to kick back their hours. That way business will not have to pay any healthcare. Is that rational? Does the worker before when he worked 40 hours benefit now in anyway by having his hours kicked back to 30, which was covered? Is this social justice, I think not!

Is it reasonable that most Congressmen that have children send them to private schools receiving the very best instruction, while refusing millions of other families that education vouchers are used by free choice by not letting them? The others of us need to send our kids to high crime schools with little or no supervision which has scarcely any protection from intruders that are sometimes heavily armed. Parents needs to possess the right to spend their education money at the school of the choosing. Aren’t our kids just as significant as theirs? Is not that fair?

The Social Security System was solvent up when it was believed a fantastic idea to give checks from Social Security until the 70′s to people that became disabled. Payroll taxes used and were afterward raised to pay the individuals on Social Security and disability. It worked then because there were fewer folks retiring. The trouble is now there are 77 million baby boomers moving towards retirement along with the formula that is present is now becoming obsolete. The workforce is slowly shrinking; the politicians’ response is to legalize more illegal aliens thus creating more new funds for payroll taxes, plus moving the retirement age to 70. The truth is they send most of their money back home to support their loved ones and work for low wages keeping job wages work under the table with no taxes paid. Is that fair?

Many present and incoming students have asked to get a description of the differences between Community Development paths and the Social Justice of the MASJCD. Previously, I have answered this question in a type of shorthand: Social Justice “thinks globally”; Community Development “acts locally”.

The largest notion supporting the creation of the MASJCD was to join the theoretical and theological study of social justice into a location-based practice and policy method of transform in urban communities. Another formulation might be the study of community development demonstrates what we are able to do as well as that the study of social justice reveals why we must act.

It can also be said that community development is a kind of social justice. Answering this call often leads students to involvement in justice issues like eliminating poverty and hunger, stopping wars, empowering girls or welcoming immigrants. Community development-building liberating and powerful communities in which access to health care, education and secure housing is a mandate, and when the economy is available to all, in which every member is a valued contributor -carries through the social justice vision.

CD also concerns itself with systems- their investigation as well as the ways in which they need to alter to become fair and sustainable. Understanding housing policy and also the facts of home creation are crucial to altering the housing system. Knowing the economics and politics of food production is critical to work to supply local communities with access to food that is healthful. As one Chicago community developer frequently says, “We have to discover methods to earn enormous systems operate for little places.” That particular discovery is led to by analyzing community development.

Ultimately, an argument could be made that is the reason why there is a MASJCD, and that significant knowledge of both areas is essential to lasting and real change. Toward that end, we don’t require students to declare a track until one full-time term has passed (one year for part-time pupils). And we highly recommend that students take courses in both tracks in their own studies and even once they have chosen a course-a sort of major/minor arrangement. The top combination of local systems and international issues, of theory and practice will produce the best agents of societal change-the aim of our plan.

When he states this, but is he right? Is social justice really a code word for communism or socialism? We understand there is no such thing as social justice in communism, although Communists will contend that there is equal pay for equivalent work. But in reality there isn’t equal pay for equal work, somewhat equal pay for similar job categories.

Yet, in communism we have to comprehend that individuals do not work at the exact same speed as each other because they’re not robots, and treating them like robots is not going to make them into robots, it’ll consistently cause them to become depressed in despair, and treating them like ants and take away their identity and private value. Some would state a good communist is rewarded by knowing he is performing a nice job, and he is respected by his fellow Communists for the amount of production he creates, and consequently he will make an effort to make substantially as he’s capable of, or as much as you possibly can.

Regrettably we know this isn’t false, that’s not the way it works in the real world, so much for academic theory and communist philosophy. The truth is it doesn’t work, and even in those places where it does work a little bit, it does not work anywhere near as well as it would if there were commercial enterprises, and each person was rewarded for his own person performance, along with the performance on his immediate team.

This one reality is why capitalism is much more efficient than communism, but let us get back to the point that Glenn Beck made on TV regarding social justice.

Exactly what the founding fathers really meant was that we are all equal under regulations. It’s evident, and apparent with any observation that women and men aren’t created equal, each one is not bad at some things and not good in others. Many people are excellent accountants, some individuals are amazing sportsmen, and some folks are motivational sensations, we all have different abilities, and we are not all equivalent at all of our talents, intelligence, athletic skill, and we don’t all share the same strengths and weaknesses.