Mary Anne Somerville writes in her “Epistle from the Desert” from Arizona: This is an interview with John Ladd, a rancher in our area, who lives on the border line between Mexico and the United States. He is an honest man who strongly believes we are not doing the right thing with our Border Patrol. …
Day: August 3, 2013
Thomas M. Finn relates a brief history of marriage equality in the
With fellow founding partners James E. Ferguson II and Adam Stein, along with lawyers from LDF, the firm successfully litigated a number of key cases before the Supreme Court of the United States that would help to shape evolving American civil rights laws, including: the school busing decision in Swann v. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education (1971); and two important Title VII employment discrimination cases Griggs v. Duke Power Co. (1971) and Albemarle Paper Co. v. Moody (1975). The firm’s efforts were met several times with violence from white supremacists.
A response to the articles on making church “cool” to attract new members. Brett McCracken in the
This is a God who has the power to create universes with a word and who has a refrigerator big enough to show the pictures of every person that has ever been on the face of the earth.