The Writings of Glen Aaron (“Twogaa”) primarily seeks to support and report on protecting the privity of the First Amendment to the U. S. Constitution. The protection of inalienable rights to free speech, separation of church and state, freedom of the press and the right to peaceable assembly must be constantly examined as to state and federal legislation and protected against encroachment that would diminish that right.
While the flashpoints change over time, the current polarization is between Christian Nationalists seeking to insert religion into our constitution, thus diminishing the protection of separation of church and state, and separatists seeking to block encroachment. Twogaa seeks to keep pure all aspects of the First Amendment, as originally drafted and ratified by the states as the First Amendment to the Constitution.
The author, Glen Aaron, has written extensively in the field of Constitutional law both in fiction mystery for fun and nonfiction research examining the battle between opposing forces and policies. While he is an out-spoken atheist, he respects the good that religious entities contribute to communities and humanity, nevertheless calling out extremism where he finds it. All religions should join in the effort to protect the separation of church and state, as the Baptists did at the creation of the First Amendment. There are substantial reasons for this which seem to have been lost in public discussion. Twogaa seeks to revitalize public discussion with those lost and unknown reasons for separation.
Twogaa is a private website in the sense that there is not an organization to join, no membership fee, no contribution to make, no tax deduction, but you can buy books and products from the store.
At the time Aaron conceived Twogaa a little over a year ago, he was diagnosed with a progressive life-ending disease, Addison’s Disease. At best guess, this may leave him with two years of future writing, all of which he wants to contribute to an active Twogaa. All writings and contributions will be in the nature of better understanding the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, but the author will also express his non-Deist philosophy.
There may be a small exception to the Twogaa Mission, separate and apart, for raising funds for Addison’s Disease research, since there is none.
“The Religion of every man must be left to the conviction of every man; it is the right of every man to exercise it as he may dictate…It is the duty of every man to render to the Creator such homage, and such only, as he believes to be acceptable to him.” James Madison