Answers in Genesis, the organization which designed and built the Creation Museum in Petersburg, KY, has launched a new project for Kentucky: Ark Encounter.
Slated to open in 2014, this $150 million Biblical Theme Park seeks to re-create Noah’s Ark and “show its feasibility.” The ark will be 500 feet long and include live animals (though [...]
Forbes has put Wikileaks founder Julian Assange on its cover, featuring an interview in which he declares his intention to expose secret documents of an unnamed large American bank.
Assange, who was also profiled in a July issue of the New Yorker, has enemies in corridors of power around the world, and shows no signs of [...]
“What’s the Matter with Kansas?” will air several times during late November and early December on LinkTV, available as DIRECTV Channel 375 | DISH Network Channel 9410. The special screenings are part of LinkTV’s pledge drive.
Here are the first air dates, more to follow:
Friday, November 26, 2010 – 8:00 pm Pacific Time / 10:00 pm Central Time
In the wake of the 2010 midterm elections, Countryside Unitarian Universalist Church in Palatine, IL has organized a free screening of “What’s the Matter with Kansas?” for one night only, Friday, December 10, 2010.
Members of the church organized the screening by contacting us and purchasing a Community Screening Kit (we have several offerings, depending on [...]
We stumbled across an item that Chris Douglas posted in FrumForum, that, while a couple months old, is more provocative than anything we’ve read since the election:
After Rick Santelli, a CNBC reporter, called on the floor of the Chicago commodities exchange for folks to converge in Chicago for a Tea Party, a spontaneous series of demonstrations [...]
William Saleten of Slate proposes that Democrats and their leaders used their legislative power wisely during 2009-10, even if it cost them seats in the House.
Politicians have tried and failed for decades to enact universal health care. This time, they succeeded. In 2008, Democrats won the presidency and both houses of Congress, and by the [...]
The New York Times notes that, if elected – which seems virtually certain – Sam Brownback would become Kansas’ most conservative governor in decades.
While the governor’s office has flipped back and forth between moderate Republicans and Democrats, Mr. Brownback would be the first conservative to hold the office in at least a half century.
“At this [...]
On Monday, October 25, 9:00 PM Eastern Time, The Rachel Maddow Show will present an hour-long documentary special, “The Assassination of Dr, Tiller.”
The abortion doctor was slain in his church in Wichita on May 31, 2009. His murderer, Scott Roeder, has been convicted to life in prison without possibility of parole. Dr. Tiller’s status as one [...]
In Sunday’s New York Times, Frank Rich suggests that focusing on the eccentricities of some of the insurgent Republican candidates — dabbling in witchcraft, expressing suppport for Scientology — only serves to distract voters from the wealthy interests that they would serve if elected. His prime example is the controversial Christine O’Donnell of Delaware:
While O’Donnell’s résumé has proved [...]
Fall has officially begun, and the Tea Party has proven it’s here to stay, winning big victories in last week’s primaries.
That is, if we can decide exactly what the Tea Party is, points out the New Republic’s Jonathan Cohn. Is it a decentralized, grass-roots organization, comparable to liberal and leftist groups like Moveon.org or even [...]