On June 30, 2014, the United States Supreme Court decided a landmark case determining that for-profit corporations could choose not to provide emergency contraceptives in their insurance plans to employees if it contradicts their religious beliefs.
by Hugh Roid This issue, I’m going to talk to you about losing weight. No, not putting your dumbbells down and forgetting them. I’m talking about getting shredded. One pound of fat is equivalent to approximately 3500 calories. To burn fat, you must maintain a caloric deficit. I use the calorie calculator from either freedieting.com or …
The Moonshine Jesus Show: a faith-based podcast examining pop culture, politics and even a little “best” and “worst” Christian news of the week as they chat over a couple of strong beverages.
The social uprisings that have erupted around the globe in places such as Syria and Ukraine are not isolated to the Eastern Hemisphere. Fueled by the high levels of crime, inflation and scarcity of basic goods, the increasingly violent protests have engulfed Venezuela for the past few months and are spreading to other Latin American countries, namely Cuba.
On Friday, February 21, Gov. John Kasich signed into law changes to Ohio’s election rules that affect early voting and absentee ballot applications. The bills will take effect by the time of the upcoming November election.
by Julius Eason Acid Survivors Trust International defines acid throwing, or vitriolage, as “the deliberate use of acid to attack another human being.” Those who carry out these acts of vitriolage are rarely out to kill their victims: their attacks serve as a form of “punishment.”
by Robert Callobridge China’s economy has surged in the past decade, taking the world’s largest nation from the third world into the spotlight as the second-largest economy in the world. And while that surge may have taken its GDP to the silver medal, the country takes an easy gold in coal. But all of that …