Lindsay Lohan is back in rehab. A person close to the actress, who spoke only on the condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the issue, says the 24-year-old star has entered a rehabilitation facility for the treatment
Archive for September, 2010
On November 2nd, California voters will decide whether to end marijuana prohibition in their state. If Proposition 19 passes, California will find itself in uncharted waters. Hanging over the turmoil in California is the larger question (READ REPORT)
Another university is bringing Christine O’Donnell’s self-professed education history into question Wednesday, as Claremont Graduate University, a school that the Delaware Senate candidate claims she attended, has told Talking Points Memo that they have no record of her being there.
It seems that Army Ranger, Pat Tillman, who we now know was killed by “friendly fire” in Afghanistan, was an Atheist. Adding insult to the already agregious treatment his family has endured in the aftermath, the Army continued to slander his memory by condemning him for his beliefs.
After Jon Stewart’s widely publicized appearance on Bill O’Reilly’s show last week, O’Reilly came to “The Daily Show” Monday night for a rematch. Stewart pulled out all the stops for O’Reilly–even having a jazz crooner introduce him in style.
Americans are by all measures a deeply religious people, but they are also deeply ignorant about religion. A Pew Forum on Religion asked more than 3,400 Americans 32 questions about the Bible, Christianity and other world religions and discovered that half the questions were answered incorrectly.
White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel is expected to announce Friday that he is leaving the Obama administration to consider a campaign for mayor of Chicago.
The Fair Elections Now Act was introduced by two Senators and 2 Representatives The bill would allow federal candidates to choose to run for office without relying on large contributions, big money bundlers, or donations from lobbyists and would be freed from the constant fundraising in order to focus on what people in their communities want.
Most of the Founding Fathersdescribe themselves as “Deists.” Every person, of whatever religious denomination he may be, is a DEIST in the first article of his Creed. Deism, from the Latin word Deus, God, is the belief of a God, and this belief is the first article of every man’s creed.