TIME Magazine Publishes Controversial “How to Die” Article

TIME Magazine has raised a lot of eyebrows since publishing a front page article on Monday entitled “How to Die.” In the article, reporter Joe Klein outlines the journey he went through when his parents became sick and were hospitalized. While controversy exists as to whether Klein is promoting eugenics or euthanasia in his article, […]

South Korean Publishers Erase Evolution from Textbooks

Some South Korean publishers are removing references to evolutionary theory from secondary school textbooks after a creationist group petitioned the government for change. Out of the seven scientific textbook publishers in Korea, six have agreed to remove references to the evolution of birds, and three are erasing teaching on the evolution of horses. The move […]

Indian Abortionist Accused of Feeding Fetuses to Dogs on the Run

Indian Abortionist Accused of Feeding Fetuses to Dogs on the Run

An abortionist out of India that was accused of feeding fetuses to his dogs is on the run, sources say. Sudam Munde was arrested last month after a woman that was seeking a sex-selection abortion died during the procedure. He was later released from police custody and has since vanished. He had been arrested previously […]

Rhyming Chaplain Set to Retire; KS Senate at Loss for Who to Hire

Rhyming Chaplain Set to Retire; KS Senate at Loss for Who to Hire

Kansas senators are lamenting the retirement of a very special chaplain. Fred Hollomon has been opening each session of the Senate with prayer for 31 years. However, Hollomon’s prayers aren’t your ordinary, run-of-the-mill invocation. Each and every one of them are all set to rhyme. The 86-year-old chaplain says that he spends approximately two hours every […]

NC School Board Unanimously Bans Prayer at Student Events

A school board in North Carolina has voted unanimously to ban prayer at all student events. Although members of the board admit that they were reluctant to vote against the student-led invocations, they stated that they felt the Constitution required them to do so. “We don’t like all the laws — no one does, but […]