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Cavepeople on Immigration Reform

I’m not sure if you’ve been following the congressional debates on immigration reform, but they’re quite interesting. Both sides have pretty good arguments. For instance, the pro-immigration-reform forces make a powerful case: Southern Baptists respect and strongly support upholding America’s laws, [Southern Baptist leader Richard Land] said, but they “also recognize a biblical mandate to [...]

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Yemen’s Next Top Cleric

Wow. I’ve been super-busy lobbying my congresspersons to send free $250 checks to old people, and they’ve finally come through, which means I can start again following news that isn’t about giving free checks to old people. Just in time, it turns out, because it looks like there’s a lot going on. For instance, the [...]

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It’s not just tea-partiers and Obamaniacs and birthers and astroturfies and soylent greens and death panels who are trying to hijack the health care reform process. Now religious groups are getting involved: A coalition of Christian, Jewish and Muslim leaders has launched a national campaign for health care reform, calling it a “fundamental religious issue,” [...]

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