Unfaithfulness may actually be an effective mechanism for transitioning from one relationship to another.
Today one of my good friends will stand before a judge in the company of her husband and dissolve her marriage. It is in one respect a common act, though rarely uneventful: […]
by Ann Ivins I’ve been thinking with increasing irritation about that perennial conundrum-within-an-enigma-which-actually-isn’t-that-difficult-at-all: the separation of church and state, this time in the context of gay marriage. The issue becomes more annoying […]
If you’ve been off-planet for the last few months you may have missed the news: Jon & Kate have split, and in the process migrated from the relative banality of the TV […]
Sanford case shines a spotlight on the central paradox of marriage. South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford not only played fast and loose with the institution of marriage, but with email. However, help […]
Well, I didn’t expect my return to Scroguedom after six months would be in the form of a personal screed, and on domestic topics no less (as in “household”). However, as the […]
Last week, actor Tom Hanks called Mormons who supported California’s Proposition 8 “un-American.” Today Hanks apologized. He shouldn’t have, because he’s right. Anyone who would support curtailing the civil rights of a […]
Dear Lord Baby Jesus, we come before you today to inaugurate the new president of the United States of God…
Well, here’s a fine howdy-do: Rick Warren, pastor of the mother of all mega-churches, has been tapped to channel Jesus conduct a seance deliver the invocation at Barack Obama’s inauguration. Because Warren […]
… I have no doubt she would be getting roundly condemned by the Republicans, and especially conservative evangelicals, about her “poor choices” — and her daughter’s. Since when did the “values voters” […]
Jesus’ General is rolling this morning. His shot at David Vitter is pretty funny, too.