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Sebelius and the Cold Math of Progressivism

March 3, 2012

HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius told a House panel a few days ago: The reduction in the number of pregnancies compensates for the cost of contraception. In other words:  don’t worry about the cost of the new mandates — our policies will result in less people to cover! I don’t even know where to start with [...]

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Reverend Jones Not Going to Burn the Koran

September 10, 2010

The Reverend Terry Jones has decided not to go ahead with his planned Koran-burning on Saturday.  Reverend Jones was going to use the ninth anniversary of 9/11 to have his anti-Islam, anti-mosque protest. However, after intense pressure from just about everyone and coming to an agreement with those in charge of the proposed Ground Zero [...]

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Child Suspended for Drawing a Crucifix

December 15, 2009

From my own home state of the People’s Republic of Massachusetts, a child from the town of Taunton, MA was suspended this week because he drew a Crucifix.  A second grader from Taunton drew a Crucifix as part of an assignment to draw something that reminded them of Christmas.  Now, this kid shows more theological [...]

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Catholics Down in Worldwide Count to Muslims

March 31, 2008

Roman Catholics: 1.13 billion  v.  Muslims: 1.3 billion  I have a really big problem with this Reuters story about the above statistics.  The Vatican, using hard to verify UN statistics, indicates that the world’s Muslim population has eclipsed Roman Catholicism as the world’s largest religious sect.  I’m not concerned about nor am I playing a “my religion’s [...]

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