Posts Tagged NPR

It is not the end of the world as we know it

Posted 11 February 2011 by
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Corporation for Public Broadcasting

We have the Republican Party trying to zero out CPB funding, again. Moveon.org is trying to get people to sign petitions to save NPR and PBS. Apparently, the Left knows as much about CPB funding as the Right. Let your representative and senator know your opinion. And, do not panic.

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The manger and the myth

Posted 11 December 2010 by
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Nativity Icon

On Weekend Edition Saturday on December 11, 2010, there was a story about views about the Nativity of Jesus Christ on opposite sides of the Lincoln Tunnel. Atheists, on the New Jersey side, said “You know it’s a myth.” Roman Catholics, on the New York side, said “You know it’s real.” To both sides, I have an answer for you.

Yes.

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The real reason is?

Posted 9 October 2010 by
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Gay Rights Flag

Why would someone compare calling someone a slut at a funeral to be the same as calling someone a fag? One is based on behavior. The other is what the person is.

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Immigration and the American Nation

Posted 3 July 2010 by
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The Declaration of Independence

Refusing to pass immigration reform law was an issue used as a bullet point against King George III in the Declaration of Independence. Apparently the more things change, the more they stay the same. What do you hear in the Declaration?

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