He sat outside the supermarket, not looking up at the cars as they rushed by him. The recent rain had dampened his hair and his cardboard sign with “Homeless Please Help” scrawled on it had seen better days. He stared at the ground and I stared at him as if I was seeing a homeless [...]
In fundamentalism we were often told that church rules made to restrict our personal freedoms were for our own good, even while being told that the government doing the same thing was a violation of our rights. So where should we draw the line between personal responsibility and public welfare?
Was the Good Samaritan a Democrat or a Republican?
What I learned at the FL Dems Spring Reception.
Fundamentalists have loved their guns for generations, but do the usual pro-gun slogans stand up under scrutiny?