June 6, 2012
Barack Obama, Christian right, Christianity, Mayo Clinic, Paul Krugman, Paul Ryan, Religion, United States
Your Chance To Help America Stay Physically Strong
The U.S. healthcare system is a patchwork of private insurance and restrictive government programs that has left tens of millions uninsured. The Pre-Existing Condition Insurance Plan (PCIP) was created by the healthcare law that President Barack Obama, a Democrat, signed in March 2010 despite the united opposition of Republicans in Congress. It has saved the lives of many Americans who are prevented by circumstances beyond their control from obtaining medical insurance coverage. You, or a relative or friend of yours, might be the next person saved by the PCIP or other sections of the healthcare plan.
No Biggie. Global Warming Is Only A Theory
An entire marina, sailboats and all, sitting on dry,
cracked lake bed.
Paul Ryan’s Budget Scam.
Ryan's so-called budget plan takes much-needed money out
of circulation; money sorely needed to grow the economy.
Is The Pentagon Tiring Of The Middle East?
or do the Joint Chiefs just need a bigger ocean to play in,
and maybe start more trouble with the rest of the world?
“The ultimate authority is God.”
On what distortion of Constitutional Law is the claim ”War on Religion” based?
Federal and state laws should not try to manage the faith of people of the various religious sects, and religions – including Christianity – should not try to use distorted views of the First Amendment to advance their particular theology or their version of morality. Christianity, as well as the diverse beliefs of other faiths in America, have thrived in large part because of the religious freedom guaranteed by the First Amendment. The fact that a majority of Americans may be Christians does not make this a Christian nation. Opposing the imposition of one set of religious doctrines on the rest of society is not fighting a war on religion. It is fighting a war for freedom.
Only In Florida…
It will be extremely difficult for any candidate to beat Eddie Gonzalez
when it comes to ballot ingenuity.
The Unfounded Furor Over the “Morning-After” Pill
“These medications are there to prevent or delay ovulation,” said Dr. Petra M. Casey, an obstetrician-gynecologist at Mayo Clinic. “They don’t act after fertilization.”
My final take on Walker and Wisconsin — DoubleyooTeeEff