The news has been filled with reports on the 17 people who were killed in terrorist attacks at the offices in Paris, at a kosher supermarket, and on a police officer.
This week NPR ran a story about Allan Edwards, pastor of Kiski Valley Presbyterian Church in western Pennsylvania. Allan is gay, but has decided to marry a woman. He doesn’t identify as being gay, but does admit that he’s attracted to men.
The reason I’ve always written easy-to-keep resolution lists is because I suck at keeping traditional resolutions.
I know it’s hard to believe, but some of you aren’t fond of me. True story.
The confusion is simply a byproduct of the fact that we celebrate Christmas, and by we I mean godless heathens. I guess that we aren’t supposed to celebrate Christmas, since we don’t really take much stock in the guy who the holiday is named after.
Through movies, books, and now dance and song, Kirk Cameron — known for his role of Seaver on television’s “Growing Pains” — has made it clear that he and God are BFFs, and that if anyone doubts anything he says, they’re wrong.
The use of the phrase Black Friday to describe the day after Thanksgiving was first used in 1951 by an associate editor of “Factory Management and Maintenance.”
Like thousands of other people, this time of year has me following the tradition of making a “things I’m thankful for” list. Sure, it’s cliché, but it’s one that is beneficial.
I’ve noticed that whenever someone talks about the South being full of racists, rednecks and other derogatory words that start with the letter r, there are inevitably southerners who are offended by the statement.
In California, a high school student, Derek Giardina, was punished for omitting the words under God while leading his school in the Pledge of Allegiance.