Friday, November 14, 2014

One 'offended' atheist halts high school concert

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One 'offended' atheist halts high school concert

image After traditionally holding its students' secular fall concert in a local church's auditorium for the past four years, one Florida high school recently surrendered to a demand made by the American Civil Liberties Union over a complaint from one "offended" atheist parent who felt uncomfortable about the venue.

Nancy Pelosi just can't remember Jonathan Gruber now

image House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., made a misstep Thursday when she claimed not to know of the economist Jonathan Gruber after her office cited him in 2009.

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