Obama’s prayers: charity, humility, and longer skirts for Malia

Our president was both poignant and funny when he spoke at the annual National Prayer Breakfast yesterday… Christian Science Monitor At the National Prayer Breakfast, he admitted that his ‘faith journey has had its twists and turns,’ but he also said a frequent prayer is that he ‘might walk closer with God.’ President Obama offered a… More Obama’s prayers: charity, humility, and longer skirts for Malia

Zach Wahls Speaks About Family – Gay Marriage and its effect on children raised by gay couples

I’ll repeat what most of the over 10,000 comments on the You Tube video below have stated:  This young man speaks from his heart.  He is clear and concise in his presentation.  He is just 19 years old… Huffington Post A 19-year-old University of Iowa engineering student defended gay marriage in a rousing testimony in… More Zach Wahls Speaks About Family – Gay Marriage and its effect on children raised by gay couples

Blog Round Up – 2-3-11

   Vodafone: Egypt Forced Us To Send Pro-Government Messages New York Times Journalists Arrested In Egypt: Report Fox Hosts Yet Another Climate Skeptic To Cast Doubt On Global Warming Fox Takes 50 Minute Break From Regular Programming To Run News Corp Infomercial Bernie Sanders: Pentagon Spent Billions on Contractors that Committed.. Heritage Foundation to Darrell… More Blog Round Up – 2-3-11

Al Gore Responds To Bill O’Reilly: Yes, There Can Be Snow And Global Warming At The Same Time

Mediaite You can set your watch by it every year. Whenever there’s snow on the ground, as sure there are children hoping for a snow day, there’s someone out there smugly shaking their head and saying, “Guess Al Gore was wrong about that whole Global Warming thing, huh?” This year that person was Bill O’Reilly… More Al Gore Responds To Bill O’Reilly: Yes, There Can Be Snow And Global Warming At The Same Time

Anderson Cooper Attacked, Punched In The Head By “Pro-Mubarak Mob” In Egypt

Huffington Post Anderson Cooper and his crew were attacked by supporters of Hosni Mubarak in Cairo on Wednesday. CNN’s Steve Brusk tweeted that Cooper was punched in the head ten times. The incident came as pro-Mubarak supporters attacked protesters calling for the Egyptian president to step down. Speaking on “American Morning” after the attack, Cooper said that he and… More Anderson Cooper Attacked, Punched In The Head By “Pro-Mubarak Mob” In Egypt

Revolution: Arab World Teeters on Egypt’s Unrest

The Daily Beast The fight in Cairo’s streets over the future of Egypt’s government has burst outside the country’s borders as citizens of Yemen, Jordan, Syria, and the once unshakable Saudi Arabia consider the hope for new order. For years, many predicted the Middle East would change through the force of Islamists, but so far,… More Revolution: Arab World Teeters on Egypt’s Unrest

John McCain Has Rare One On One With The POTUS

Sen. John McCain and his 2008 campaign opponent, President Barack Obama have finally brought some civility to their ‘relationship’ after a  meeting  today at the White House. Politico With a “rapidly deteriorating” situation in Egypt, Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) had a rare one-on-one meeting at the White House with 2008 campaign rival Barack Obama to discuss… More John McCain Has Rare One On One With The POTUS