Laura Rozen reports that during a conference call George Mitchell, the newly appointed U.S. envoy to the Middle East, told Jewish community leaders:
A White House video about the Obama administration's faith-based initiatives, with commentary by DuBois.
The first entry I wrote for SOF Observed (which was never published as it was part of a blogging trial) was about the fallen Evangelical pastor Ted Haggard. More than two years ago, news had broken about his then-alleged homosexual entanglement and solicitation of crystal meth. The e-mails were making rounds among the SOF staff.
A retired butler at the White House misses the chance to tell his Helene about the first black man bound for the Oval Office.
Our intern draws upon music suggestions as she reflects on global reaction to U.S. politics.
A reflection on the compassionate nature of our listeners' conversations when we addressed the topic of abortion in 2008.
This presidential election feels like it’s moving at gastropod’s pace. As subtle as a leviathan, this large body exerts an irresistable gravitational force on everything around it. We keep talking about it here in the office, but we’re also wondering how much politics we can all handle, and trying to balance relevance against saturation.