Today is for more spending, tomorrow for more giving? In religious Ghana, humanists rally. And four smart people square off on Pius XII.
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“Pardon me,” said the Turkey. “It’s almost Thanksgiving.” Wish to be granted, though just one of these two birds, Cobbler or Gobbler, will be the full-fledged National Thanksgiving Turkey, and the White House is letting you vote for the winner. PETA doesn’t like the turkey pardon photo op, not one bit.
Some California editors make Romney an angel. The judge who sentenced a teen to church services defends himself. And Marco Rubio gets a pointed question on creationism and . . . err . . . ummm . . . well . . .
You know all that talk about red states wanting to secede after Obama's win? Well, South Carolina Episcopalians went ahead with it. Rabbi Shmuley explains why he lost, Anne Lamott breaks prayer down into three words and Franklin Graham is upset.
Twinkies were supposed to outlast us all, but with Hostess in code blue, does that mean the end is nigh? Find out why “Jesus” can't save you from hackers, and how some Jews are taking an unorthodox approach to the college hook-up culture.
Earlier this week we brought you the 10 best stories about the “Mormon moment.” Now, here are the 10 worst, courtesy of MormonVoices.
Hamas says Israel “opened the gates of hell” with its assault on Gaza. David Petraeus is compared to another David. Mary is reimagined saving her own skin.
Boycott Black Friday? What about the economy? The Catholic bishops had no answer on that one. Maybe that was a good thing? What is an “evatheist”? Find out here.
Could Romney lead the LDS? What are the bishops up to in Baltimore? And how gay-friendly is organized Judaism?