7 Habits of Marginally Effective People I've known a few of these
Wisconsin Republicans tell fundies that transvaginal ultrasound is their top priority. Total lack of imagination. I'm sure every unemployed undereducated Wisconsite would be happy to know this... if they could afford the interwebs or could read long words.
Cruise ship is study in dystopia society. Christians get credit for being the good guys. I'd love to know how many of the food-hoarding drunkards were Christians and how many of the good guys were atheists.
...and in dystopian India, where drugs are manufactured for American companies, there is only one school of pharmacy, and a government program gives six menstrual pads per cycle to rural teens. When I was that age, those would have lasted me two days, max... or maxi.
The Vatican is full of old Italian men who don't like change. And being sent to the United States is punishment. *lol*
And in more Vatican news, they stonewalled a bishop who tried to get rid of a pedophile priest.
Perhaps they were unconcerned because a Buddhist teacher in L.A. is also a sex offender.
Emory University president praises the slavery-era decision to value blacks as 3/5 the value of whites. It was a compromise "both" sides could agree on, but if I recall correctly, black people were not consulted on this.
The 30 y.o. pentecostal who headed the Office of Faith-based (and Community-based wink wink) Initiatives, is on his way out. He e-mailed daily devotional passages to the president... as part of his job duties? How was any of that Constitutional? Or for that matter the whole office. It should close.
Teenage girl gets thousands of dollars for obeying one stupid line in Deuteronomy.
In Missouri, a bill proposes to redefine "science" in a way that permits "intelligent" design in schools.