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Mayo on the Side: Michael Mayo | Sun Sentinel BlogsIt???s the holiday season, which means it???s time for some arrogant and ignorant zealots to presume that everyone celebrates what they celebrate. Which means they actually take offense when somebody offers a neutral gesture of goodwill by saying, ???...
The Swampby Laurie Goering NEW DELHI -- Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama, already running ahead of his Republican rival John McCain in international popularity, has won a host of new fans in India since a photo published earlier this month revealed.....
The Swampby Tom Hamburger President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama arrived at Washington's National Cathedral this morning for a prayer service that traces its origins to the inauguration of President George Washington. Obama carries on that...
The Swampby Mark Silva Former President George W. Bush, who campaigned with a plea to "rally the armies of compassion,'' created an Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives that helped steer more than $2 billion a year in federal funds......
Tags: George W. Bush, Family, Social Issues, Government, Society
Dining@LargeJust when you think those hen-keeping, kitchen-gardening, bake everything-from-scratch locavores are going a little overboard, you read a headline like this:"The Human Hair Additive in Your Food." It appears in Mother Jones. "For his recent Mother Jones...
It's more than a little ironic that the same Arizona Legislature that spearheaded a ruthless, racially charged campaign against illegal immigrants also banned K-12 ethnic studies classes on the grounds that they promote hatred and division. Who knew...
Tags: Racism, Illegal Immigrants, Politics, Paulo Freire, Jan Brewer
Greg: I'm not really sure what your point was in discussing days off for religious holidays like Diwali, a Hindu holiday. As you know, the U.S. is a Judeo-Christian country and we choose to take religious (Christian) days off. I hope you were not trying...
As we head into a busy holiday season highlighted by Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's, let me be among the first to wish you Merry Diwali and a Happy Al-Hijra! Diwali, a Hindu holiday known as the "festival of lights," starts Tuesday. On Thursday,...
One of the first things one notices upon entering Dick Tracy's family room — full of sports memorabilia — is a framed page from the old Sunday Call-Chronicle newspaper. "Whitehall 42-38," its headline blares. That refers to the score of the...
50 years ago Work is to start Monday with a completion date of Nov. 1 for the $425,000 Petoskey Geriatric Care Center Inc., which will be located on six acres of land on the west side of U.S. 131 near the end of Sheridan Street. Final papers for the $340,...
A funeral service time is set for Rev. Boniface Hardin. The Martin University founder's visitation is Wednesday from 10 a.m. until 9:30 p.m. A service will be held in the middle of the visitation at 7 p.m. at the Martin University Gathertorium....
Mr. T’s famous quote from the A-Team, “I pity the fool,” is really appropriate for the upcoming weekend. The reason I’m so confident about writing this column is because the people who have entrusted their three precious kids...
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