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living the liminal



Fear and Prejudice on Trial

Go. Go now. Go now and watch “8”: A Play About the Fight for Marriage Equality — Jerry and I watched it tonight, and if ever there’s a church service for someone like me, this. is. it.  One of the… Continue Reading →

Failing the midterms

So last night was a bit of a bomb for the Democratic party (and, I’d argue, the well-being of the entire country).   The GOP (read: Tea Party Party) took over control of the House of Representatives, though thankfully didn’t take… Continue Reading →

What he said:

Daniel Dennett on the recent Pew study that showed atheists/agnostics scoring higher than most religious folks: So the Pew results are no doubt actually somewhat stronger than they first appear: The more you know about religions, the less likely you… Continue Reading →

I’m gonna see the folks I dig*

It’s hard to believe that a week ago tonight I was getting geared up for a whirlwind trip down to Los Angeles, California, for the conference for the 30th anniversary of the Council for Secular Humanism.   At about this time,… Continue Reading →

What she said:

Melissa Harris-Lacewell on the extremist anti-abortion position of never allowing any abortions, even in the case of rape and incest: Let‘s be completely clear about the facts here.  There is no place in the world and no time in history… Continue Reading →

my kind of rally

genius. (and, generous!)

history in the making

Today U.S. District Judge Vaughn Walker ruled AGAINST Proposition 8 in California, clearing the way for the case to make its way to the Supreme Court. I’m just DYING to read his entire ruling, but I’m just so swamped right… Continue Reading →

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