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Are Christians finally turning against Sarah Palin?

Earlier this week in front of a cheering NRA crowd, Sarah Palin announced that if she were running the place, people would "know that waterboarding is how we baptize terrorists."…

Michael Grimm’s indictment means GOP loses last NYC rep

With the recent indictment of Rep. Michael Grimm (R-N.Y.) on more than 20 federal charges, the Republican party has almost lost its last GOP-held seat in New York City. While…

Why Millennials love God but don’t want to go to Church

Here's something you might have missed in all the hubbub surrounding the canonization of Popes John XXIII and John Paul II on Sunday: new research from Carnegie Mellon University suggests…

The Asia Pivot: Tywin Lannister’s guide to successful leadership

After opening with a sushi meal, President Obama's Asia Tour is finally here. Obama reached Tokyo and will eat (and hopefully talk) his way through Manila, Kuala Lumpur and Seoul…

Cliven Bundy out-crazies Glenn Beck: How Sean Hannity didn’t see it coming

Cliven Bundy, the defiant rancher of Fox News fame, has some strong opinions on "the negro." Anyone surprised? I thought not. The real source of surprise here is how Fox…

The importance of Sotomayor’s voice in Schuette v. BAMN

The Supreme Court unfortunately, yet unsurprisingly, continued its march toward an anti-discrimination jurisprudence that favors claims of the racial majority over those of minorities in its recent decision upholding Michigan’s…

Why Scalia is wrong on affirmative action

By Savannah Marie @savfmarie April 23, 2014 On Tuesday, the United States Supreme Court voted that a state’s citizens can vote to exclude race as a factor in determining whether a…

The U.K. a ‘Christian country’? Yes, but in a secular sense

British Prime Minister David Cameron found himself embroiled in a religious kerfuffle over the Easter weekend — one that has been largely of his own making. In an article published April…

A partial defense of the Koch Brothers: Their surprising stance on prison reform

Over the last few years, there has been a groundswell of articles from liberal publications lamenting the Koch Brothers and their influence on national politics. These articles showcased the Koch…

We live in a nation of laws, Cliven Bundy

God bless America. At least that’s what has been going through my head since news broke of Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy’s standoff with the federal government. According to the Bureau of…

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