Earlier this week, Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) made an about-face on defense spending. He also shifted on same-sex marriage. Speaking to a group of pastors in Washington on Thursday, Paul said that a moral crisis is leading people to believe that same-sex marriage is acceptable. There is a "moral crisis that allows people to think there […]
Speaking before a group of religious leaders at a private prayer breakfast in Washington D.C. on Thursday, Rand Paul suggested that the marriage equality debate was taking place because the country is facing a "moral crisis." Said Paul: “Don’t always...
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Personalizing your work-space can boost your moral. Fun gadgets and toys can keep you company during those long work hours and provide some amusement to break the stress. A hilarious or unexpected knick-knack can spark conversations with co-workers or maybe even customers and clients. Check out this list of 20 desk toys for the office...
It’s clear for lots of reasons—political, economic, strategic, electoral, opportunistic, moral, and simply sensible, to name a few—that President Obama has no desire to get drawn back into the Iraq war. So why is he bombing Islamist...Show More Summary
Okay, let's be honest... GRIMM is never going to be a Deep Thinker, but did tonight's moral ambiguity/expediency issues take the second star to Ethical Grey Area and then continue straight on 'til Straight-Up WTF-ery? Spoilers welcomed and greeted with a free drink. Read more...
For weeks now, 12 Monkeys has focused on the conflict between personal obligations and moral duties, and the way we all let the one corrupt the other. The show is about Jones’ hunger to see her daughter alive again and Ramse’s drive to preserve the world in which his son exists. Show More Summary
According to the Christian Science Monitor, Arizona State Republican Senator Sylvia Allen suggested if a law existed for mandatory church attendance, it could possibly help reverse “moral erosion” in America. The senator was in a televised...Show More Summary
The Kentucky senator appealed to the far-right-wing of his party during a private prayer breakfast. read more
Funny, I thought preventing gay marriage was the result of a moral crisis. What happened to the Libertarian who used to be Rand Paul? In a video posted yesterday by the Christian Broadcasting Network, Rand Pauladdressed “a group of pastors and religious leaders at a private prayer breakfast” in Washington D.C. on Thursday about the [...]
Mark Bagley's cover reveals Miles Morales' Spider-Man standing atop a pile of dead Marvel Universe heroes.
Serial killer Brian Dugan in a June 3, 1985, DuPage County (Illinois) mug shot Jeanine Nicarico, 10, one of Dugan's victimsIn Darwinian Natural Right (first published in 1998), I have a chapter on psychopathy ("The Poverty of Psychopathic Desire"), in which I identify psychopaths as moral strangers. Show More Summary
“Don’t always look to Washington to solve anything. In fact, the moral crisis we have in our country, there is a role for us trying to figure out things like marriage, there’s also a moral crisis that allows people to think that there would be some sort of other marriage. Show More Summary
In 1979, the year before Republicans nominated Ronald Reagan as their presidential candidate, the Rev. Jerry Falwell and conservative activist Paul Weyrich founded the Moral Majority.
With his early entrance into the 2016 presidential race this week, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) made a big bid to capture the country's evangelical vote. Now, Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY), who tends not be mentioned on the list of potential candidates that will carry the Christian right, is making a play of his own.
The Australian’s Cut&Paste captures brilliantly the loathing of the Left - its no-sweat morality, in which
Often people assume that the only religious motives for being moral are those of getting to heaven and avoiding hell. These are often thought to be mercenary motives. But this is not the only kind of religious motivation for being moral. You might want to be moral because it fulfills the purpose for which God created you.
The more Rand Paul puts ambition above principle, the less he sounds like Rand Paul.
An Arizona state senator said during a recent debate on gun legislation that America is facing "moral erosion" and the only thing that could really fix it is if church attendance was made mandatory.