My oldest just came barreling though the door upset. Two neighborhood kids told her they would not be friends with someone who doesn’t believe in god and jesus. Religious intolerance does indeed start young and I see the indoctrination all too much. Teach your children your faith and include in that the fact that others live their lives based on something different more than likely. Teach them to accept that and value one another regardless.
Intrapost Update: One of our neighbors mom’s heard the whole thing and is currently ripping her son a big one. I’d rather see a […]Full Story... →
I once advocated John Edwards shave his head to deflect the expensive haircut parroting that was hurting him. While they opted not to go with this risky outsider type of tactic, they did do something. A YouTube video debuted at last night’s debate.
It’s well done, but might do more to remind people of the hair thing (hadn’t heard much about it lately) than help. There is also no tie-in. John can say “did you see the hair video?” and that’s about it. I do like the video and the concept, just not sure it gives John the […]Full Story... →
E.J. Dionne has a wonderful piece in the Washington Post today about his interview with our Governor. It starts like this:
My interview with Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland was delayed for a reason that explains why this Democrat is so popular in a state that was once considered a Republican bastion.
In the course of his travels on Saturday, Strickland discovered that a farm in a heavily Republican area near Cincinnati was celebrating its 200th anniversary as a family-run operation. The governor decided that he had to drop by and chat with some folks who probably didn’t vote for him. […]Full Story... →
An article published yesterday on Politico.com predicts that “lazarus candidacies”, like that of Mary Jo Kilroy, are “unlikely to lure voters”.
I’m not sure I totally agree with the author, but he does make a good argument:
Last year’s Democratic wave has created sky-high fundraising expectations for candidates seeking rematches and has also raised questions about why these … challengers couldn’t win under almost ideal circumstances.
He also points out that Kilroy “raised only $38,000 in the second quarter and enters July with a significant cash-on-hand disadvantage against Pryce.”
Let’s hope that with Paula Brooks dropping out […]Full Story... →
This is something I’ve never seen before – the OSU marching band entering Skull Session from outside the seating area of St. John. Awesome!
More – including another angle of this, and a view from inside St. John of what happens immediately after – after the jump.Full Story... →
Man, I love Christianists. Those guys know how to have a good time.
On criticism of the books from Christians in Britain and the United States:
“I had one letter from a vicar in England — this is the difference — saying would I please not put Christmas trees at Hogwarts as it was clearly a pagan society. Meanwhile, I’m having death threats when I’m on tour in America.”
That’s JK Rowling, Harry Potter author. That’s right – she gets death threats here in America. I wonder who else might issue death threats to authors they don’t like?Full Story... →
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