The wx-press secretary was asked if he had lied at the podium. Well, yeah.
Oil reached more record highs last week. Hopefully, that gave pause to the folks who drive to their jobs at the U.S. Commerce Department, where they are enjoined to ignore the spiraling price of gas when calculating inflation.
DALLAS (Reuters) - Republican presidential candidate John McCain has a "Religious Right" problem.
I can't believe this :)
• Sen. John McCain recruited the support of an evangelical minister, Pastor Rod Parsley, who describes Islam as "anti-Christ" and Mohammed as "the mouthpiece of a conspiracy of spiritual evil."
• Parsley is the pastor of the World Harvest Church of Columbus, Ohio.
A Roswell newspaper is defending a controversial cover illustration that placed Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama in a rifle's cross hairs.
Must see clips!!!!!!!
This week on the Toledo View...
Anita Lopez, Lucas County Auditor
Vallie Bowman-English, Clerk of Toledo Courts
Ben Konop, Lucas County Commisioner
Read the hot editorial's on the Citizens View...
THEY SHOOT BLACK MEN, DON'T THEY?
DO YOU KNOW A HATER?
And on the Anonymous View...
POLICE AND RACIAL PROFILING
INDIANS AND RACISM
With food prices soaring, it takes some gall to force Americans to pay billions of dollars to millionaire agribusinesses. Yet that's what the latest farm bill would do.
Nowhere is the opinion divide on gay marriage sharper than in the nation's religious communities. And last week's same-sex marriage ruling will do little to bring agreement on the definition of marriage, a social and religious touchstone that has torn apart families, congregations and entire dioceses.
Michigan and Florida alone can't save Hillary Rodham Clinton's campaign. Interviews with those considering how to handle the two states' banished convention delegates found little interest in the former first lady's best-case scenario. Her position, part of a formidable comeback challenge, is that all the delegates be seated in accordance with their disputed primaries.
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Seems that one person's smut is another person's morning latte.
A Christian group based in San Diego found grounds for outrage over the new retro-style logo for Starbucks Coffee.
An HIV-positive man convicted of spitting into the eye and mouth of a Dallas police officer has been sentenced to 35 years in prison.
Willie Campbell, who the jury said used his saliva as a deadly weapon, will have to serve half his sentence before becoming eligible for parole.
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Faith and Fairness:
Finding Strength and Tools for Advocacy in Your Faith Tradition
Please join us for a spirit-filled dialogue about gay, lesbian,
bisexual, and transgender people and reclaiming faith.
Sunday, June 1
2:30 - 4:30 p.m.
University of Toledo
College of Law
1780 Secor Road
Toledo, OH 43606
Keynote Speaker: Rev. Dr. Miguel De La Torre
NORTH BALTIMORE — A few years ago, North Baltimore was pumped and primed to bring new businesses to town.
PHILADELPHIA - A half-dozen police officers kicked and beat three men pulled from a car during a traffic stop as a TV helicopter taped the confrontation.
The video, shot by WTXF-TV, shows three police cars stopping a car Monday, two days after a city officer was shot to death responding to a bank robbery.
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- John McCain has long rankled social conservatives with his stance on issues such as campaign finance reform and support for some embryonic stem cell research. On Tuesday, he sought to reassure those voters of his conservative credentials as he outlined his philosophy for appointing judges to the federal bench.
Rev. Al Sharpton To Lead Citywide “Slowdown” And “Pray In” Tomorrow
• Reverend Al Sharpton will lead a citywide "pray-in" tomorrow at six locations around New York City.
• Participants in tomorrow’s "pray-ins" should be prepared to go to jail to protest the acquittals of the three detectives.
This week's edition of the Toledo View...
In celebration of Mother's Day this month, we have interviews with:
Shenikwa Stratford, NBC 24 News Anchor and Robin Ross, Mary Kay Director.
We also have an interview with:
Greg Dempsey, Central Catholic High School Football Head Coach.