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The Family

Review by John C. Snider © 2009 It is possibly the most influential organization you’ve never heard of.   They observe a fanatical devotion to the person of Jesus Christ, yet they are unrestrained by quaint notions of rule-based morality.  … Continue reading

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If God can’t keep you out of trouble…

…maybe invoking His Name four times in your apology can bail you out of trouble.  South Carolina governor Mark Sanford, in a lot of hot water over his intercontinental affair with an Argentinian-woman-who’s-not-his-wife, is playing the God card in a … Continue reading

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“The Family” creeps me out

I’m not sure I’d ever heard of “The Family” until a couple of days ago when I saw something about it on the Rachel Maddow Show. Apparently the Family is a creepy fundamentalist Christian organization with aspirations to power that … Continue reading

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