Following the attacks in Paris, Republican Presidential candidate and Ohio Governor John Kasich said that he wants to set up an agency with a
I rarely comment on matters of faith, especially Christianity. I don’t consider myself in any way qualified to comment on the theology of other
Indianapolis hosted the 100th Anniversary Convention for Kiwanis International these past few days. As is the norm, I represented my Valley Park [Missouri] club.
Religious identity has always been a big deal in America. Identifying yourself as a Christian, a Jew, a Muslim, a Hindu, a Buddhist, or
At least one Republican has taken the anti-choice stand to a new level, and it has nothing to do with reproductive rights. Rep. Steve
Republican legislators and Governor Mike Pence in Indiana have presented us with the latest incarnation of church – state relations in the United States.
I am troubled by Indiana’s new Religious Freedom Restoration Act [RFRA] for the obvious reason—that it is apparently going to be used to discriminate
Robert Lafollette, Jr. and Joseph McCarthy. Russ Feingold and Scott Walker. How could one state–Wisconsin–elect politicians with such divergent views? No state east of
The Humor Games are almost always won by the left-wing comics. Whether it’s Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert, Larry Wilmore, or whoever, the last laugh
We are living in an age when more and more people are becoming non-religious. Science is the main source for answers in the natural