Daily BeastNorth Carolinians To Vote On Anti-LGBT Amendment One TuesdayAmerican Civil Liberties Union News and Information (blog)Placed on the ballot by the Republican-controlled state legislature in September without much notice or any public...
Question by my2¢: Do Republicans care more about social issues or fiscal issues now? I am just trying to find out what their core is now. Best (4u2 Post: Do Republicans care more about social issues or fiscal issues now?
CBS NewsRomney again invokes Jimmy Carter in blasting ObamaCBS NewsFor the second time in three days, Mitt Romney invoked the name of former President Jimmy Carter as part of an ongoing attempt to tie President Obama to the one-term Democrat.
Hugo Chavez looks to God as cancer clouds futureHuffington Post"Given that he cannot hide the illness, but he can hide its characteristics and danger, he's decided to take as much advantage of it as he can, and one advantage is the symbolic and religious...
"M. King Hubbert, a petroleum geologist employed by Shell Oil Co., described peak oil in 1956. Production of crude oil, like the production of many non-renewable resources, follows a bell-shaped curve. The top of the curve is termed “peak oil,” or “Hubbert’s peak,” and it represents the halfway point for production."
It's typical to think that theology is static and permanent. It's not, though. What's true instead is that theology follows sociology. And slowly but surely we are all becoming members of one big society.
LGBT-Oriented Community Health Centers Receive Grants From Affordable Care ActThinkProgressLGBT-Oriented Community Health Centers Receive Grants From Affordable Care Act | The Department of Health and Human services announced more than $728 million...
Daily BeastMitt Romney tax plan rests on conflicting goalsWashington PostMay 2 (Bloomberg) -- Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's tax plan rests on a set of principles that, taken together, are difficult to reconcile.
Virulently antigay North Carolina preacher Sean Harris took a half-step away from comments he made on Sunday where he told his congregation to attack young boys who act effeminate. (Nothing like a little child abuse to reaffirm your faith.
"George W. Bush is a born-again Protestant who says Jesus Christ is the philosopher who most influenced him. John McCain is a born-again Protestant who testifies that his faith helped him survive a POW camp." This is old, but relevant to the current campaign
Occupy Wall Street has big plans for May Day, including marches and strikes, but faces big challenges: It is still largely decentralized, and has lost its hold on the hearts of cities and support of the public.