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Lamar W. Hankins : Football for Jesus

Image from The Gospel According to Hate. They’re at it again: Football for Jesus By Lamar W. Hankins / The Rag Blog / August 30, 2911 I can’t quite smell football in the air, probably because of our wilting temperatures … finish reading Lamar W. Hankins : Football for Jesus

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Lamar W. Hankins : San Marcos, Texas, and the Separation of Church and State

Thomas Jefferson and the separation of church and state. Sculpture outside the Northshire Bookstore, Manchester, Vermont. Image from Artsology.Thomas Jefferson,the San Marcos City Council,and the municipal promotion of prayer It is a feeble and flaccid religion that needs the imprimatur … finish reading Lamar W. Hankins : San Marcos, Texas, and the Separation of Church and State

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Ten Ideas for Barack and the Rest of Us to Work On

A Starter Plan for Obama: A Ten-Point Solar AgendaBy Harvey Wasserman / January 20, 2009 Amidst the ecstasy of the Obama Inauguration, there lurks great danger. Merely with his swearing in, our nation has broken an epic racial barrier. We … finish reading Ten Ideas for Barack and the Rest of Us to Work On

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Constitutional Conventions: The Power to Reform Government to Eliminate Corruption

Illinois Citizens Deserve Corrupt GovernmentBy Joel Hirschhorn / December 12, 2008 Public Corruption Runs Rampant Because Americans Do Not Seek Genuine Political Reforms The current Illinois governor, Rod Blagojevich, recently charged with crimes by the federal government, just follows in … finish reading Constitutional Conventions: The Power to Reform Government to Eliminate Corruption

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An Article V Convention Is Long Past Due

Ideal:Reality:When the Federal Government Fails the People: Our Constitution Has a SolutionBy Joel Hirschhorn / October 14, 2008 The hardest thing for Americans to do right now in this presidential election season is to fight distraction and, instead, focus on … finish reading An Article V Convention Is Long Past Due

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Go Sign On to Something You Believe In Today

The Land of the Silent and the Home of the FearfulBy Dave Lindorff / August 28, 2008 I was a speaker last night at an anti-war event sponsored by the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Monmouth County, Progressive Democrats of America … finish reading Go Sign On to Something You Believe In Today

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Circuit Court Upholds Ruling : Texas Sex Toy Law Unconstitutional

Texas Republican AG Greg Abbott denied appealBy Karl-Thomas Musselman / August 2, 2008 It looks like the 14th Amendment is going to win out over Texas Republican Attorney General Greg Abbott. The 5th Circuit Court of Appeals has rejected a … finish reading Circuit Court Upholds Ruling : Texas Sex Toy Law Unconstitutional

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