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Arizona's Questionable Track Record on Race: MLK Day, Banning Ethnic Studies, and Regulating Accents
Jon Stewart: 'How Oscar Romero Got Disappeared by Right-Wingers...for the Second Time'
Jon Stewart has pointed out that one of the revisions of the recent Texas high school curriculum controversy is the omission of Archbishop Oscar
Pentagon Blocks Release of Detainee Abuse Photos -- Obama Agrees
New Hope in the Movement for Immigrant Rights
One More Reason to Oppose Torture
Torture: A Crime that Requires a Verdict
Police Violence Undercuts Pundits' 'Post-Racial' Rhetoric
Hate Crimes, Racist Incidents Escalate After Obama's Election
Obama's Promise to Close Guantanamo and the Value of Your Vote
Is America the Promised Land or Egypt?
History Won't Wash Away Torture's Shame
Cross-Cultural Intimacy Isn't 'Unrealistic' - It's My Reality
My mother is an immigrant from Korea who has worked as a janitor in a hospital and waitress in a Korean restaurant. My father is a white guy from a small town in Tennessee who has been a soldier and dock worker.
Loving Our Neighbors When Times are Hard
Jesus Convinces Some Evangelicals to Reject Torture
Based on some responses to my last post, and a new poll by Faith in Public Life and Mercer University, it seems there are many evangelicals who believe that there are in fact times when torture is necessary and proper. I am assuming these people also believe it is at [...]
Torturing the Least of These
Christians are people who follow a tortured and murdered God. This fact speaks clearly to what our values should be. One of those values should be a rejection of torture, violence in the name of "law" and the common good, and murder.