Worthy causes of the day: “Tell Congress: Support equal pay for women”, “Bush: Take Responsibility for the Financial Crisis”, and “Send a Soldier a Smile”.
Relevant to Divine Misconceptions:
- “In a quiet church rebellion, Massachusetts parishioners keep the faith”: I admire the dedication of these Catholic parishioners trying to keep their favored church from being closed down and sold. It is not everyone who is willing to take part in a scheme to occupy a building nonstop, four years on.
- “NAGORNO-KARABAKH: Repressive new Religion Law signed”: Yet another state in the former Soviet Union, the internationally unrecognized Nagorno-Karabakh Republic, is getting into the act in interfering with freedom of religion. Shame on the government!
- “Church of England pens prayer for the redundant”
- “Palestinian Victims”
- “What is third-hand smoke? Is it hazardous?”: Yet another reason to get around to doing something which should be obviously a good idea for public health: banning tobacco
- “This is your brain on love: Lasting romance makes an impression--literally”
- “Mile-high tower wars: How tall is too tall?”: Some people in architecture apparently have nothing better to design and build. Maybe they ought to try build buildings with as many subbasements as possible just for a change.
- “Mark Steyn: Gaza has its version of rocket scientists”
- “Eco-Gadgets: Exploiting the Shame Meter”: High-technology guilt-tripping in a good cause
- “Branding Tap Water to Replace the Plastic Bottle”: Another form of social engineering
- “About those text message fees...”: Submitted by Barry. This article makes me thankful that I do not have a cellular telephone or use text messaging.
- “UN School: Media Absolves Hamas”