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All they have to do is: The first, of course, is a bit more important: Just talking about your faith, your belief, and your commitment to the principles of your religion relieves you of all specific responsibil- ities and expectations for personal actions, as well as familial, community, and neighborly interactions and responsibilities.

Not only that, but, by so vigorously stat- ing your piousness, you are not only free to ignore the more mundane cautions, but have the right - no, make that the responsibility - to lecture others on their failings. Thus, a healthy percentage of the letter- writers whose criticisms of my beliefs are offered from strongly religious points of view often include implied, or even overt, threats as well.

Witness the excerpts from this letter: Black's incoherent leftist rant is eclipsed only by his naked and abject hypoc- risy ["Page Two," Nov. Black is a neoleftist Utopian who clings to moral relativism as the key ingredient to understanding the meaning of life. This makes it convenient for him and his ilk to find sympathy, tolerance, and acceptance of deviant ideologies such as Marxism, sui- cidal pacifism, anarchic chic, equivocating multiculturalism, and whatever ideology the mavens of social fashion may deem as admi- rable.

Conversely, moral relativism affords him the fig leaf to be outraged at any ideologi- cal opinions labeled as unfashionable. All one need do to see it is to make a moral commitment to objective truth seeking. Black, he is left wanting and advocating a mindset of moral hypocrisy that has shown historically to be the pavement on the road to hell. He and his fellow travelers must be resisted totally. Rest assured, they will be. Isn't that just turning the other cheek and loving your neighbor!?!

Isn't that so being without sin, as well as true-blue American patriotism at its best? Certainly, this is an extreme, not a rep- resentation of mass opinion. But it gets to the point.

I'm sick to death of having other people describe the limits of my faith, as well as how diseased my beliefs are, based on their stereotypes of those who disagree with them.

I was raised to believe that one's religion is a matter of personal business and not com- munity discussion or judgment. Proclaiming one's beliefs was considered rude, pathetic, and simpleminded. Living in a society where those who most often and loudly claim that they believe are rewarded, and those who keep their beliefs to themselves are stigmatized, is to live in a world where God is really being trivialized.

This holiday season, this time of Christmas, this changing of the years, this wonderful week of realignment and revival should be a time of joining together and not hysterically excluding, of understanding and not judging.

Editing and reworded to avoid specifics - because my religion is my business - at a special celebration for my son, I offered the following: Everything I've ever done of any worth was informed by the prin- ciples of our religion and the moral and ethical guidelines of its thought, taught to me by my parents.

I hope one day you will say the same, and that you are already long on that path. As though they do, and have special access to all others who are in on it. I've been labeled a nonbeliever, an atheist, a pagan, a fellow traveler on the way to hell. In a sense, who cares? Calling someone those terms makes them only self-referential; you are what you speak. The morally self-satisfied thus inherently questionable, as those terms are mutually exclusive are also gleefully and capriciously passing judgment on all others.

This is the season to reject bigotry and hypocrisy. This is a season of friends, family, and love. Along these lines I offer you the following letter to the editor, and then my response. After that, I just wish all of you the best, and bow out. Just not Christians; when they get offended, he writes stupid little 'Page Two' [Dec. Tell you what, Louis, why don't you substitute Christians pissed off about 'Happy Holidays' with blacks pissed off about the South Carolina flag?

Love to see that column. Dude, you're so full of hatred and intoler- ance, it's sad to watch it unfold weekly. Glad you have a newspaper to hide behind, no tell- ing what you'd do if you couldn't vent. A lot of people are going to 'Happy Holidays' to be inclusive, which seems appropriate for the season. Still, if you travel through the American landscape at all, just open your eyes and your ears and shut your mouth.

In every way, the entire culture is loudly singing 'Christmas. The argu- ment that there is a war against Christmas rests on hysterically exaggerated, anecdotal evidence - a relatively few scattered incidents, paranoid fantasies about a nefarious government cam- paign against Christianity, and just ridiculous misconceptions and lies about existing laws.

To the contrary, this country has an overwhelm- ingly dominant Christian majority. Any claim of a widespread anti-Christian conspiracy denies obvious reality to such an extent as to appear beyond hallucinogenic. Personally, I have no problem with 'Merry Christmas,' but it is frus- trating to watch talk-show hosts, political lead- ers, and preachers puff up another nonexistent threat as though it is the impending apocalypse in order to mobilize their faithful.

The correct order is as follows: A second Republican, Robert Reynolds, has dropped out of the race, and his name will not appear on the ballot.

See this week's Naked City for more District 48 campaign news. Best of Korean Foods: It isn't true, but the idea is even more disgusting than a simple lie. Christmas is now very much an American moment and a commercial holiday; this assertion of spirituality is an attempt to nonspecifically blame what has happened to Christmas over the last century on a few. Isn't the real celebration of his birth not in draped public lighting and gaudy signage, but in your hearts, your souls, and your prayers?

There are many areas of disagreement among all people. This isn't about disagreements. What's sad about the commissioner's letter is her frail attempt to try to equate our mem- bership's decision to support Sarah Eckhardt with the personal greed of the men and women who protect this community.

The commissioner's budget numbers and facts were skewed during negotiations this year, and they're even worse in her letter to you. It's our position over the years that the com- missioner has increasingly lost touch with her ability to effectively govern on issues relating to the crucial mission of the Sheriff's Office. We take the safety of the citizens of Travis County very seriously.

We feel it is our responsibil- ity to ensure our office's mission is represented by our elected officials commensurate to the level of service we provide to their constituents. In the case of the commissioners of Precinct 2, just because the commissioner tends to vote in line with other pro-public-safety members of the court, does not mean the commissioner is supporting our employees in a manner that is equal to the unmatched level of public safety services we provide throughout the county.

Our job as peace officers is sometimes unpopu- lar, but very necessary, much like speaking out against an year incumbent. The fact that both associations are openly taking this stance against the commissioner should alert the party and our citizens of the urgency for immediate change!

I'm curious where the Chronicle thinks the best place for development is. Is East Austin OK? I doubt it, because of the horrors of gentrification and rising land values as a result - but maybe I'm wrong. So that leaves North Austin, if you can look past the poor family farmer getting kicked off his land in Hutto after making a mint on the land sale.

I'm all for planned growth, but this article hit the nail on the head of the problem when it states that Downtown living is too expensive for the average family. So what do we do? I hear Bastrop is nice. John Phillippe [Rachel Proctor May responds: Barters quote is supportive of greater density - Downtown, in her own neighborhood, and else- where. Someone's going to have to explain to me how that's "anti-development.

There's another movement afoot to try to figure out ways to develop the area around SH in a more pleasing manner than has been achieved along, say, That won't help much if you're a teacher who wants to live in Travis Heights or Tarrytown, but it's a start.

Part II of your recent column on deferred adjudication was largely incorrect. You can never get an expunction if you had deferred adjudication, or any other court-ordered supervision. The only cases which can be expunged are ones which were dismissed or in which you were acquitted.

Both felonies and misdemeanors are expungable. There are some fine points, but that is the basic law. Successfully completed deferred adjudica- tions, felony and misdemeanor, are what peti- tions for nondisclosure are for. There are some continued on p.

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