Is it wrong to bury the Catholic Richard III in a Protestant church? Maybe not.
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Yes, contraception costs insurers money. Not providing it costs them more.
I don’t think Emerson was much concerned about his “brand.”
Some jobs are challenging, and some are so hard it’s a wonder anyone can be found to take them on. Ambassador from Pakistan to anywhere, for example. At the moment, the US slot is held by Sherry Rehman, and representing her country in a positive way to anyone not clinically insane has just become even [...]
In 2007 the Italo-Canadian artist Cosimo Cavallaro secured free publicity with the condemnation by idiot American Catholic reactionaries of his harmless chocolate Jesus. Here in Spain, you can have an entire chocolate Nativity scene, as a normal expression of commercially-tinged religious sentimentality. In fact a whole 1,450 kilo sugar Nativity Granada, in a chocolate factory [...]
Grove Patterson, a once well-known newspaper man, writes about faith.
As Speaker of the Florida House, Marco Rubio tried to protect parents from having their children taught science in science class if that teaching might conflict with what the kids were hearing at home or in church. So the “How old is the Earth” question was no random “gotcha.”
Marco Rubio is scared of annoying the young-earth creationists. Feh!
At least so far. Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal has been making a lot of loud noises lately, theoretically criticizing GOP plutocracy. A few days ago, he supposedly advanced a new conservative concern for the not-1% percent: “We’ve got to make sure that we are not the party of big business, big banks, big Wall Street bailouts, [...]