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Jesus: An Intimate Portrait by Leith Anderson

Jesus: An Intimate Portrait of the Man, His Land and His People, by Leith Anderson, is the latest entry into a crowded field of books attempting to make the Gospel accounts of Jesus’ life accessible to the masses. It is an admirable attempt. There is a danger of erring in one of two ways with biographies of Jesus. One is ... Read More »

Republicans No More- Spineless Seven Sellout Senate!

Sens. Mike DeWine of Ohio, Susan Collins of Maine, Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, Lincoln Chaffee of Rhode Island, John McCain of Arizona, John W. Warner of Virginia and Olympia J. Snowe of Maine sold out their party, their president and most importantly – the United States Constitution last night. By allowing the minority to rule, they have effectively given ... Read More »

In Defense of Pepsico’s Indra Nooy

Over the last few days the blogosphere has erupted over the commencement address of Pepsico executive Indra Nooy given at Columbia School of Business. In this address Ms. Nooy was said to have made disparaging remarks about the United States. Like many right-wingers my first response was to react with intemperate dismay. Then I decided to actually read what Ms. Nooy had said. Read More »