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We need a “Defense of Drinking Fountains” Amendment to the Constitution.

June 5, 2006 | By | 4 Replies More
We need a “Defense of Drinking Fountains” Amendment to the Constitution.

Gays’ enjoyment of drinking fountains undermines MY enjoyment of drinking fountains. Therefore, we need a “Defense of Drinking Fountains” Amendment to the United States Constitution. I’m simply extending this Administration’s logic, you see.  As Mr. Bush said “Our policies should aim to strengthen families, not undermine them. And changing the definition of marriage would undermine […]

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The many faces of Christianity

May 29, 2006 | By | 23 Replies More
The many faces of Christianity

When I was a kid, I was always curious about why there were so many different kinds of Christian churches in America: Catholic, Lutheran, Methodist, Unitarian, Congregational, Baptist, Episcopal, Presbyterian, Church of Christ, United Church of Christ, Reformed Church of Christ, Mormon, Quaker, Shaker, Greek Othodox, Russian Orthodox, Christian Science…the list seemed endless. It seemed […]

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Hell is Unconstitutional – Boycott Heaven

March 22, 2006 | By | 6 Replies More
Hell is Unconstitutional – Boycott Heaven

When my friend Doug wrote that “God loves us like an abusive parent,” it sounded so very harsh, but it then reminded me of that most troublesome of concepts:  hell. I was raised Catholic, where hell was portrayed to be a very bad place to go.  Many Catholics, however, and many liberal Christians, don’t believe […]

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Listening to Foreigners Might be Harmful to Your Health

March 15, 2006 | By | Reply More
Listening to Foreigners Might be Harmful to Your Health

In March 2004, U.S. Representative Tom Feeney (R-FL) announced his proposed “Reaffirmation of American Independence Resolution.”  Co-sponsored by dozens of U.S. representatives, the aim of this resolution was to keep our federal judges from considering any “foreign” laws, court decisions, or pronouncements of foreign governments unless they “are expressly approved by Congress.” This resolution has […]

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