Christians trying to feed the homeless run up against the urban bureaucrats who want to funnel all volunteer feeding efforts through one central city-controlled site—of all the reasons the city might want to do so (and there are a lot Continue reading
“What’s your favorite Christmas song?” my sister, who is not a Christian, asked me. Christmas was always and extraordinarily joyous season in my home growing up, even after my mother left the Catholic faith and my father drifted in that Continue reading
Welcome back! Since you and I last conversed, there’s been an election. The Republicans, hungry as never before to defeat a mediocre president, failed to unseat him. Four marriage amendments lost at the ballot for the first time. People are Continue reading
Tell Congress to make sure Christians and other traditional believer receive the equal protection of the laws: Hate, death threats, and now physical shootings are being made against supporters of traditional marriage–and yet the police in our nation’s capitol have Continue reading
Pres. Obama just came down on Hilary Rosen for attacking Ann Romney.
“There is no tougher job than being a mom,” President Obama told a Cedar Rapids television station, mentioning his own wife and mother. He added, “I don’t have a lot of patience for commentary about the spouses of political candidates. My general view is those of us who are in the public life, we’re fair game. Our families are civilians.”
Good on him.
Hilary is the former partner of the former head of the Human Rights Campaign, Elizabeth Birch. It’s probably not relevant, but almost nobody is reporting it so I mention it.
More importantly, Hilary’s defense of her attack on Ann Romney is profoundly wrong, in a hundred different ways. Continue reading