Tuesday, October 4, 2011

News Tidbits

NPR: A Leading Figure In The New Apostolic Reformation

Washington Post: ACLU says Alabama town Bay Minette cannot legally sentence offenders to attend church

Los Angeles Times: Rick Santorum stays the course

Christian Science Monitor: Ban on judge's Ten Commandments poster stands as Supreme Court declines case

New York Times: In El Paso, a Storm Over Benefits for Gay Partners

Wall Street Journal: Gay marriage opponents target New York legislators

RT: Russian region bans ‘gay propaganda’

Edge Boston: Anti-Gay Cleric Pat Robertson No Longer Endorsing Candidates

American Independent: Maryland Democrat Burns aligning with NOM, FRC to fight marriage-equality bill

Minnesota Independent: Archdiocese says marriage equality group that ‘seeks to confuse Catholics’ must be avoided

Florida Independent: Florida legislator counsels crisis pregnancy center leaders on how to ‘educate’ elected officials


  1. So Pat Robertson's throwing in the towel on politics -- has the rhetoric gotten too bizarre even for him? I also liked the piece in the Minnesota Independent. It is confusing being Catholic these days...

  2. Donna -- Nothing could get more bizarre than Robertson, with the exception of some of the NAR folks.

  3. You know, I sort of (grudgingly) have to hand it to Bay Minette. The threat of being forced to go to church every Sunday for a year would deter me from committing a misdemeanor.

  4. Cognitive Dissenter -- I know how you feel!


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