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With 'holiday tree' and 'National Bible Week,' church-state controversy begins anew

Former Gov. Scott Walker called it a “Christmas tree.” And in a declaration of their own, Assembly Republicans on Tuesday are set to proclaim Thanksgiving week “National Bible Week,” a move that has ... read more

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Chatterbox: Local girls join sororities at Alabama and Mississippi universities

Once it finally shows up, the crisp evening air and the changing of the leaves on the trees ... begin again anew and refreshed. Most people love the spring with the birds and blooms, but for many, ... read more

Bible-reading marathon spurs questions — and more proclamation requests?

Bible-reading marathon spurs questions — and more proclamation requests? Separation of church and state is debated as Christians crack open Bibles on more than 50 ... read more

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Q of the Week: Where Should Trump Donate His Salary?

“National Honor-the-Facts Day,” suggested by Steve Ross This week, we asked our Politics & Policy Daily readers to share which books inform their daily lives and help keep things in perspective. Here ... read more

A final word on Marshall’s comments

If Chicago columnists and national NFL analyst types thought Jay Cutler behaved ... NFL players are required to speak to the media once a week if asked. If they don’t, they can be fined. What we saw ... read more

Cicadas are coming! Huge noisy bugs to descend on NYC this month for first time since 1996 after spending 17 years underground

After 17 years hibernating underground, billions of cicadas will swarm the northeast at the end of May. In just a few weeks, the insects known mostly for their unique life cycle and high-pitched ... read more

Some Outraged Over Prayer Service Held Before Tests

Adam May reports on the controversy. Dozens of students and parents gathered inside Tench Tilghman Elementary and Middle School last week for a Saturday prayer ... of prayer with numerous verses from ... read more

JFK stole his 'ask not what your country can do' speech from his old headmaster

So let us begin anew, remembering on both sides that civility is not a sign ... The extraordinary revelation is sure to raise eyebrows among historians when Matthews' book is published this week. The ... read more

Orzel Nails It on Science and Religion

But so be it: When I saw Chad Orzel’s post last week explaining why it is that science and religion ... Amen amen amen….and now, let the wild ruckus begin. read more

Why The Polygamy Slope Is Slippery

More on the Utah ruling and the slippery constitutional slope from same-sex marriage to polygamy, from Jonathan Tobin. Tobin cites a New York Times quote of Georgetown George Washington University law ... read more

Our Abraham, Not Theirs

List Professor of Bible at Harvard’s Divinity School ... one understands why it continues to shape life in Muslim countries and in countries where Muslims live. The National Counterterrorism Center ... read more

With 'holiday tree' and 'National Bible Week,' holiday season controversy begins anew

... on Tuesday are set to proclaim the week of Thanksgiving as "National Bible Week," a move that has already irritated proponents of secularism. In 2011, Walker stirred up controversy during his ... read more

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