PASTA week today, my wife and sons and I went to our boardwalk amusement park in San Diego. We rode the carousel, the Silly Submarine, the race cars, and played in the arcade. My sons were doing what they do best: having fun in the moment. My wife enjoyed herself, too, and we both took…
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In the three weeks between his cancer diagnosis and his quiet passing, Alison Tedford had the opportunity to reflect on her Papa, his character, and the many things that he taught her.
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This one sentence is what matters most.
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David Stevens always loved his gay brother. An incident of his own rejection gave him a deep feel for the depth of LGBT discrimination. His advocacy led him to be named one of the top Allies of 2013 by the Huffington Post. Here is the video that moved hundreds of thousands.
Is it finally time to Call Joshua Feuerstein out for his hypocrisy?
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Joe Doe on how we can be more respectful of others’ religious beliefs.