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Televangelist Pat Robertson on Monday accused a viewer of having a "liberal mentality" because she suggested that tax-exempt status was essentially a government handout to churches.
"Whose church are we?" the viewer named Wendy asked in an email to Robertson. "Are we God's church or the world's? Jesus said, 'Render unto Caesar that which is Caesar's.' Taxes."
"Why are churches taking a handout from the government?" Wendy wanted to know.
The emerging story on Omar Gonzales and his fence-jumping stunt on Friday at the White House is getting worse and worse. It appears as though there have been failures before that led to Gonzales' attempt to get inside the White House with a knife on Friday.
Reuters, via Yahoo News:
The man who scaled the fence and ran into the White House on Friday night had more than 800 rounds of ammunition in his car and had been arrested in July with a sniper rifle and a map marking the executive mansion, a federal prosecutor said on Monday.
Omar Gonzalez, 42, was also stopped, but not arrested in August walking by the White House with a hatchet, the U.
Safra Catz, left, with Larry Ellison CREDIT: AP/Paul Sakuma After former CEO Larry Ellison stepped down from his position at Oracle last week, the company announced two new co-CEOs: Safra Catz and Mark Hurd. Catz’s new role makes her the 25th current female CEO of a Fortune 500 company, which means women hold 5 percent of those positions, the highest level ever reached.
A Swedish man who was convicted of rape and sentenced to two years in prison was released this month when an appeals court ruled that he couldn’t be held accountable because he was suffering from “sexsomnia.” According to The Guardian, 26-year-old Mikael Halvarsson had no intention
Today's comic by Tom Tomorrow is Building blocks of war:
Here's what you missed on Sunday Kos
The father I might have been, by Steven Payne
Daily Kos Elections Power Rankings: The Senate (Heating up edition), by Steve Singiser
Memories of the men at Mike and Em's, by Mark E Andersen
Will Occupy end up having a bigger impact than the tea party on real people's lives?, by Ian Reifowitz
Killing those zombie lies about the war on poverty, by Frank Vyan Walton
'The Half Has Never Been Told: Slavery and the Making of American Capitalism', by Susan Grigsby
Charlie Crist's commitment to voting rights, by Armando
Corporations want big government.