Sunday Show 11/24/13
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Arizona high school student suspended after fight over Confederate flag
In Arizona teenager is protesting his school’s decision to punish him after getting into a fight with another student over a Confederate flag displayed on his truck.
Connecticut couple set to celebrate 81st anniversary
The longest-married couple in America – who are set to celebrate their 81st anniversary on Monday – have one bit of advice on how to stay together so long: just roll with the punches.
Price of Electricity Hit Record for October; Up 42% in Decade
The price of electricity hit a record for the month of October, according to data released Wednesday by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. That made October the eleventh straight month when the average price of electricity hit or matched the record level for that month. http://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/terence-p-jeffrey/price-electricity-hit-record-october-42-decade#sthash.1smjFP1X.dpuf
Conservatives who backed Wisconsin Gov. Walker appear target of secret probe
Dozens of conservative groups that support Wisconsin Republican Gov. Scott Walker reportedly have been subpoenaed by a special prosecutor demanding donor lists and other documents pertaining to their backing of Walker’s union overhaul and recall fight.
How can ministers ignore the teachings of the bible?
From the Boston Globe:
An Episcopal minister will stop performing all wedding ceremonies to protest the denomination’s prohibition of same-sex unions.
“We are called to join the fast that our homosexual brothers and sisters in Christ have had to observe all their lives,” said the Rev. Robert Hirschfeld, rector of Grace Episcopal Church.
Several members of the congregation say they support Hirschfeld’s move, which he announced in his Sunday sermon. Others said they were concerned the move might add to the polarization of an issue that has divided Episcopals.
Erica Winter of Northampton said working for social justice often involves giving up something.
“I’m so proud to be a part of this,” Nina Scott, a congregant from Amherst, said. “It’s a step that needs to be taken.”
Two priest associates at Grace Church, the Rev. Margaret Bullitt-Jonas and the Rev. Burton Whiteside, also said they would not perform marriages.
Why is it some people think they can pick and chose what they want to believe in any given religion? Look folks, if you disagree with the teachings of a religion, you don’t get to re-write said religion; go to one you agree with, or none at all. Who are you to re-write a religion? If you think you are all that, go create your own religion.
This corruption of traditional moral values has got to end, before we fall like Rome.