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1:31 PM, June 5th, 2012
1 of 5 takeaways from Pew’s recent survey of the electorate: Millennials are totally godless. Click through for the other four. 

1 of 5 takeaways from Pew’s recent survey of the electorate: Millennials are totally godless. Click through for the other four. 

4:10 PM, March 13th, 2012

Today’s Newsbeast: Nearly half of Mississippi and Alabama Republicans believe Obama is Muslim, according to a new PPP poll. But the poll itself is just as flawed as the results. Also, high stakes in Afghanistan and David Cameron’s U.S. visit.

11:13 AM, March 10th, 2012

And here comes Robertson’s master-stroke, just in time. It’s one thing for Romney to not drink alcohol. We all know people like that. We’ve grown used to people who drink too much and to people who don’t drink at all. But when, thanks to the exciting new dispensation Robertson envisions, the entire country is watching Pineapple Express and getting high, an abstinent president straight out of Brigadoon will be an intolerable anomaly.

It gives a whole new meaning to the phrase “Tea Party.”

What if Pat Robertson’s sudden reefer madness is a shrewd ploy to derail Romney and Mormonism with him
5:14 PM, December 29th, 2011
I’m a Christian, but this is awesome.
So there are religious sex-toy sites which help married couples like Joyce, who enjoys her Turbo 8 Accelerator, and her husband improve their sex lives/reap the awesomeness. Our report.
5:04 PM, December 15th, 2011
Forget political correctness. Lowe’s, the national chain, did the right thing in pulling its advertising from the series for one simple reason: It’s bad TV.
Asra Q. Nomani on why advertisers, including Lowe’s, was right to boycott the TLC show “All-American Muslim”. Robert Birge, chief marketing officer at travel website Kayak, put it even more bluntly: ”Mostly, I just thought the show sucked.”
2:00 PM, December 8th, 2011

That a really good quarterback (or so I’m told) is also a devout evangelical Christian should concern no one, it seems to me. That he often displays his faith by kneeling in the middle of games strikes me as banal given the end-zone shenanigans that also go on. But it’s worth noting that for Christians, it should be a problem. Prayer is not supposed to be a public event, designed to display your holiness in front of the maximum number of people.

Andrew Sullivan on Tim Tebow and Christianism

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