Must It Be Either Religion Or Equality?

An article, Losing My Religion for Equality, written in 2009 by former President Jimmy Carter is making the rounds on Facebook. President Carter makes some critically important points as he declares he is leaving his Southern Baptist Church. I highly recommend you read his entire short article. I was completely unaware of The Elders, assembled by former South African president… Continue reading

The Art of the Fauxpology

First, I want to express my sincere admiration for Jeffrey Hoffman, the executive director of BJUnity, and all of that organization’s board members. They succeeded in piercing the arrogance of Bob Jones III and holding him to account for his bullying hate speech. Hats off to BJUnity! But I’m taking a harder line than these kind-hearted, good-spirited people. You see,… Continue reading

Outdoing Themselves!

Once again Audible and iTunes are beyond awesome!  As a public service, they are providing the world with free downloads of all of the speeches presented at the Democratic National Convention. I suspect they will also provide this free service for the RNC too.  This public service is an excellent example of corporate America making a real and meaningful contribution… Continue reading

Democratic National Convention: Monday Night

Bill Clinton Strength and Wisdom are not opposing values. These are good people in the White House doing what they believe is right. We just disagree. Al Gore Al Gore also made powerful points. I want to just quote the whole of his speech, but for that, simply click here. The first lesson is this:  take it from me-every vote… Continue reading