Tag Archives: Charity
Image from Steve and Sara’s Photostream / Flickr.Edna St. Vincent Millay andThe profitability of charity By Carl R. Hultberg / The Rag Blog / April 12, 2010 “Thou canst not move across the grassBut my quick eyes will see Thee … finish reading A Poet’s Legacy : No Rest for the Weary?
CLICK ON IMAGE TO ENLARGE Political cartoon by Tom Keough / The Rag Blog / February 5, 2010 The Rag Blog
Haiti: Surveying the damage. Photos from AFP (top) and Reuters.As aid efforts flounder,Haitians rely on each other By Ansel Herz / January 15, 2010 PORT-AU-PRINCE — The roof of Haiti’s national penitentiary is missing. The four walls of the prison … finish reading Haiti : Anger and Courage in the Ruins
Turk Pipkin with students at Mahiga Primary School in Kenya.One Peace at a Time:A simple truth… or two By Turk Pipkin / The Rag Blog / November 30, 2009 With the problems of the world appearing more challenging with each … finish reading Turk Pipkin : A Simple Truth… or Two
A quiet way of helping:The backpacks of Moberly, Missouri …we began to realize that some of these children go home to houses where they literally may not eat over the weekend. And we couldn’t just sit back and not do … finish reading Ted McLaughlin : The Backpacks of Moberly
‘New powers granted to the Treasury Department currently allow the government to shut down charities based on unfounded claims’ By Maya Schenwar / August 5, 2008 Since the PATRIOT Act’s passage almost seven years ago, many of its adverse effects … finish reading The PATRIOT Act’s War on Charity
Obama, Keep Your Hands Off My Faith-Based Initiativeby Jim Moss / July 6, 2008 [Jim Moss is a Presbyterian minister from York, South Carolina. He publishes a blog and a quarterly newsletter called “Discipline for Justice,” which focuses on ways … finish reading Keep Your State Out of My Church…