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From the Tumblelog March 14-20, 2010

March 20

newsGlenn Beck's Christian America is Hardly Christian

newsWhy Conservative Christians So Often Fail the Common Good (Part 2)

twittericonFinn says - If someone crashes a car on purpose, it's not a car accident. It's a car on-purpose.

March 19 

twittericonat Elliot's lacrosse practice

twittericonfirst time I've seen this: Websense corporate firewall blocks a website for being in the category "Pro-Life"

March 18

newsStudy Links Religion and Racism

newsCutting spending and raising taxes won't save us


newsCBO: Health-care reform bill cuts deficit by $1.3 trillion over 20 years, covers 95%

March 17

newsBipartisan processes that don't lead to bipartisan votes

March 16

newsna: subpop



Long time coming, eh? We couldn’t be more excited to welcome the legendary SubPop label to eMusic. With a label like this, it’s hard to know where to start: do you dive back to the pre-grunge ’80s for classics by Green River? The post-grunge ’90s for groundbreaking work by Sebadoh and Seaweed? Or do you start with the present, with bands like Iron & Wine and The Thermals, and move backward? The great thing about SubPop is there really is no wrong way to go about it. The label is so loaded with classics that almost any place you dive in is the perfect starting point.

newsRight-wing media attack "Slaughter solution" as unprecedented, but GOP "set new records" for its use

March 15

newsHey, Mr. Falwell, Read Your Bible

March 14

newsOp-Ed Columnist - What Obama Stands For -

newsBob Shallit: IRS visits Sacramento carwash in pursuit of 4 cents - Sacramento Business, Housing Market News | Sacramento Bee


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