Secretary Paulson played the morality card two days ago when speaking about home owners that were in over their heads: Homeowners who can afford their payments and don’t have to move, can choose to stay in their house. And let me emphasize, any homeowner who can afford his mortgage payment but chooses to walk away […]
The WP has a great story on researching human’s altruistic nature called If It Feels Good to Be Good, It Might Be Only Natural. When we give, it activates a primitive part of the brain that usually lights up in response to food or sex. Their 2006 finding that unselfishness can feel good lends scientific […]
I’m just going to rip the text of this WP story: Focus on the Family founder James C. Dobson and other conservative Christian leaders are calling for the National Association of Evangelicals to silence or fire an official who has urged evangelicals to take global warming seriously. In a letter this week to the board […]
Kurt Andersen has written a great piece over at NY Magazine. Titled â€œThe End of the World As They Know Itâ€, it dives into culture and attitudes obsessed with apocalypse. Five years after Islamic apocalyptists turned the World Trade Center to fire and dust, we chatter more than ever about the clash of civilizations, fight […]
Interesting.. recent research suggests that the rhythm method might kill more embryos than other methods of contraception. Eggs released outside of the “fertile week” are obviously less likely to come to full term, but can still be fertilized and become embryos. Some people might have to rethink their “natural methods” approach.