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A Question for Mitt Romney

As a Mormon, you have struggled against born-again Christian voter prejudice. Presumably, you wish that evangelicals would not judge your candidacy on this single criterion—the fact that you’re a Mormon. Given your experience of religiously-based sectarian snubbing at the polls, … Continue reading

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Diane Savino is Great Here

The vote for marriage equality in the New York legislature lost last week, but Diane Savino’s speech was a moving moment prior to the vote:

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The Emperor Has No Clothes?: A Film Review of Bill Maher’s “Religulous”

Religulous sets Bill Maher in the role of a modern-day, ironic Socrates, roaming about (in the United States, England, Italy, and Israel) and asking “What do human beings think that they know about ultimate things?” Maher knows that he doesn’t know the … Continue reading

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