They were deaf, but they were not silent. For decades, a group of men who were sexually abused as children by the Rev. Lawrence C. Murphy at a school for the deaf in Wisconsin reported to every type of official they could think of that he was a danger, according to the victims and church […]
More than 9,200 of the loans insured by the FHA in the past two years have gone into default after no or only one payment, according to the Post analysis. The pace of these instant defaults has tripled in one year. By last fall, more than two dozen FHA home loans on average were defaulting […]
The other day, I expressed some frustration with people who blame poverty on our system of government. Someone commented that he had some of the same concerns about the blame game over health care, at least for children. This reminded me of a New York Times story I read a while back, digesting a report […]
I apologize for inflicting ‘The View’ on readers of this blog, but I think the flow of conversation over there is at least helpful to show how a group of unintelligent people can struggle with this complex issue. Particularly, I refer to the “two worlds” discussion that begins at about the 4:25 mark. As someone […]
Recently, in Cincinnati, I had an unreal experience with hunger in America. Around 11:30 am on a Friday, a man approached me in a skywalk between two downtown buildings. He was hungry, he said, and could I help him out.
I didn’t have any cash on me, but I had two granola bars with me. […]
And be ye kind one to another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, even as God for Christâ€™s sake hath forgiven you.
The following story personifies the scripture:
The most important (moral) issue of our time is not abortion, but the national deficit/debt. So says Tom Coburn:
Sen. Tom Coburn (R-Okla.) said Congressâ€™s deficit spending has become a moral issue surpassing abortion because it saddles future generations with massive debt before theyâ€™re born.
â€œThe greatest moral issue of our time isnâ€™t abortion, itâ€™s […]
Three people were arrested Thursday after staging a noisy protest as a Hindu chaplain read the opening prayer at the US Senate, branding his appearance an “abomination.”
US Capitol Police said the protestors, apparently Christian religious activists, were ejected from the chamber and charged with an unlawful disruption of Congress.
I received a ridiculous […]
i wrote this in february 2007 and never published it. here it is now. — travis
UK has started discussions about the university potentially offering the benefits to gay and unmarried domestic couples. Last month, the UK Domestic Partner Benefits Committee, commissioned by President Lee Todd in the fall, recommended passing the benefits.
in order to […]
All those who have embarked on the Don Imus must be fired moral crusade should take time to read Michelle Malkin’s column. Warning, there is offensive language.
She compares what Imus said (which she despises) with the lyrical content of the top six songs on the Billboard Hot Rap Tracks Chart. Very instructive.