Here’s a word that very few millenials, those curious young folk between ages 18 and 30, have probably ever heard of: “ecumenical.” Here’s three ways in which that word can be used, according to the Yahoo online dictionary: 1. Of worldwide scope or applicability; universal. 2. Of or relating to […]
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During his 2008 campaign Barack Obama liked to say, “We are the ones we have been waiting for.” Thank God he’s finally taking his own advice. No more timid Obama. Since the Democrats lost big in the midterm elections – the president seems to have found his voice. Nowhere is […]Read more ›
Two-time Olympic figure skater Johnny Weir, at 30 now retired from the sport but elevated to the lofty heights on NBC’s official prime skater commentator team, pulled another one of his unpredictable moves this month by premiering a new television documentary dealing with issues surrounding gay athletes at the Sochi […]Read more ›
An increasing number of fundamentalist Christian business owners are now refusing to serve those they regard as sinners. They claim that doing business with such individuals violates their sincere religious beliefs. Although these business owners have opened their doors to the general public, they feel that it violates their conscience […]Read more ›
And as Peter was beneath the palace, there cometh one of the maids of the high priest: and when she was Peter warming himself, she looked upon him, and said, And thou also saw with Jesus of Nazareth?” But he denied saying, I know not, neither understand I what thou […]Read more ›
Apple CEO Tim Cook has come out. He is the first openly gay CEO of a Fortune 500 company. According to Cook: “I’m proud to be gay, and I consider being gay among the greatest gifts God has given me.” Some commentators are glibly trying to downplay this major event. […]Read more ›
Watching critics taunting Democrats for their zealous denial of association with President Obama generates specially-queasy feelings akin to what one gets from the horror flicks so popular this time of year, recognizing that one case is fantasy and the other all too real. Among them, Kentucky senatorial candidate Alison Lundergan […]Read more ›