Christians Should Unite For This Election (Behind Stephen Colbert?)

That was supposed to be the headline for my recent article at the Huffington Post. Instead it reads, "Christians For Colbert: Why We Should Unite for This Election." Either way - here's an excerpt. As always, I appreciate people clicking "like" or sharing via facebook & twitter from the actual article on the HuffPo:

This election year is going to be the most miserable in American history. The Citizens United Supreme Court decision has cleared the way for the invention of the super-PAC and unlimited corporate spending on political campaigns, which means unlimited corporate financing of negative campaign ads. Hold onto your hats, friends. It's going to get nasty.
The Court's decision is so unwise that polling data shows 80 percent of Americans oppose it. I didn't know it was possible to get 80 percent of Americans to agree on anything. That's how bad this stinks.
Welcome to the era of official corporate sponsorship of political candidates. "Ahem ... it gives me great pleasure to introduce to you the Exxon-Mobil candidate for President of the United States, brought to you by the good people at Nabisco and Target..."
For typical Americans, the Supreme Court decision is bad... click to finish reading

civic literacy test

hey friends - there is a pretty funny Civic Literacy test up at Paperback Theology - go take the quiz and see how you do!

Monday Morning Confessional is Here

Hey Friends - the Monday Morning Confessional is posted. I make my confession... come make yours!
Here's my take on "Tebowing" and a hilarious look at it from SNL