Friday, March 18, 2011

News Tidbits

The Baltimore Sun: Prayer Service at City School Called Improper

Des Moines Register: Gay marriage critics rally in Des Moines

Newser: Evangelicals Slam New Gender-Neutral Bible

CNN: House panel considers 'In God We Trust'

Uganda Pulse: Ugandan MPs to discuss anti homosexuality bill Racist language targeted in Alabama Constitution

Washington Examiner: Religious objections kill Maryland gay-marriage bill

The Tennessean: Nashville's anti-gay discrimination bill divides clergy

WDBJ 7: Students walk out of high school to bring Ten Commandments back in

CBS: Gingrich sends $150K to Iowa through aide's group

Texas Independent: Nearly all of Texas’ anti-abortion subcontractors are Christian groups

Minnesota Independent: Pastor who gave controversial Senate prayer bought anti-Muslim ads

The Advocate: Antigay Forces Run for El Paso Council

The Advocate: Michigan AG Supports Antigay EMU Student

Newsday: Hundreds of worshippers dying as West African churches ban HIV and AIDS medication

San Francisco Chronicle: Man arrested in attacks on California clinic, mosque

Beliefnet: Court Rejects Mother's Religious Home-School Arguments 

Pennlive: Pennsylvania man stoned friend to death because of homosexuality, police say


  1. Mormon views differ on the use of reparative therapy

    Most of these articles make me wish there was reparative therapy that could cure religion.

  2. Infidel753 -- If there's a program that can cure fundamentalists of their right-wing urges, I'd love to hear about it.


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