RNC Still Lagging in 'Big Data' Race

Though the Republican National Committee has touted its progress in technological advances with analytics and micro-targeting tools after getting trounced by Democrats in 2012, its state-of-the-art tool to target and find voters is not yet operational and may not be until 2016.
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Generation Progress Dances against Gun Violence

A group called Generation Progress teamed up with the director of the National Jazz Theater of Harlem and students from Duke Ellington High School in Washington, D.C., to dance against gun violence and save "more than 1 million years of potential life." 21 Apr 2014, 6:13 AM PDT

Study: Corn Biofuels Worse for Environment Than Gasoline

Biofuels made from the leftovers of harvested corn plants are worse than gasoline for global warming in the short term, a study shows, challenging the Obama administration's conclusions that they are a much cleaner oil alternative and will help combat climate change. 21 Apr 2014, 6:13 AM PDT

Washington & Lee's President Asks to Meet with Students Denouncing Robert E. Lee

On April 18th Breitbart News called Washington and Lee University (W&L) for comment on student demands that the school "acknowledge" Robert E. Lee's "dishonorable side," apologize for "participating in chattel slavery," end "neo-Confederate" marches across campus on Lee-Jackson Day, and recognize "Martin Luther King Jr. Day on the undergraduate campus." 20 Apr 2014

American TV Star to Be Named a Saint?

Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen may be up for a prize even bigger than the Emmy he won, back when Emmys weren't a dime a dozen, back before every local producer had one on his shelf. Sheen is up for Sainthood by the Catholic Church, and the miraculous birth of a baby boy three years ago may be the nearly final proof the Church needs to determine that Heaven is speaking and telling us that Sheen is really there. 20 Apr 2014

RNC Still Lagging in 'Big Data' Race

Though the Republican National Committee has touted its progress in technological advances with analytics and micro-targeting tools after getting trounced by Democrats in 2012, its state-of-the-art tool to target and find voters is not yet operational and may not be until 2016. 20 Apr 2014

Cardinal Timothy Dolan on Easter: 'People Want the Church to Succeed'

Cardinal Dolan noted the number of tragedies occurring on such a holy week: the crisis in Ukraine, the anniversary of the Boston Marathon terror attack, "the darkness, the dreariness, the reasons to be sad," and noted what an antithesis to that the Easter message is. That message, "the victory of good over people," is one he noted that both Christians and Jews celebrating Passover can share, and in response to why it appears more people are flocking to religion now than they have in the past, Cardinal Dolan replied that, for Catholics, much has to do with Pope Francis. 20 Apr 2014

NYT: Common Core is Wedge Election Issue for GOP

Though the Common Core initiative was once dismissed as a little-known and tedious education policy issue, the New York Times says that the nationalized academic standards have grown to be a central electoral issue that is separating establishment Republicans from grass roots, limited government activists. 20 Apr 2014

Live Crucifixion Display Ordered Down in Florida

In Lehigh Acres, Florida, a crucifixion display that featured a man dressed as Jesus tied to a cross to honor Good Friday was ordered to be taken down and moved elsewhere. The display, which was set up near a busy intersection, caused traffic problems as passers-by slowed down to see what was going on and some even took pictures. 20 Apr 2014

Easter: To Be Continued

Today, Christians throughout the world celebrate the Feast of Easter. On this day Jesus of Nazareth, crucified and buried two days before, rose from the dead. The entirety of the Christian faith hinges on this fact. Now, this alone would be reason enough for an annual celebration. After all, every nation and culture observes and commemorates its great events. Why not Christian people? 19 Apr 2014

Are We Sure That Google Drones and Google Robots Know About 'Don’t Be Evil'?

In a Business Insider article, “Why Google Is Making Massive, Crazy Bets On Drones And Robots,” reporter Megan Rose Dickey explains that Google is expanding itself from the virtual world to the physical world by noting that Google has just purchased a drone maker and a military robotics maker on top of its driverless car venture and Google glasses. 19 Apr 2014

2016 Poll: Rand Paul Leads in New Hampshire

Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) has a slight lead in another New Hampshire poll of potential 2016 Republican presidential candidates. But the poll, released on Friday, revealed that most voters are undecided, and only one percent of those surveyed have decided on a particular candidate. 19 Apr 2014

Activists Attack Bill de Blasio for Lack of Staff Diversity

Political observers rightly predicted that the tenure of progressive New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio would be marred by constant opposition from conservatives. What they did not predict is opposition from the political left. Now, liberal activists are blasting the Mayor for putting together an insufficiently diverse city hall team. 19 Apr 2014

NRA Protesters: 'Honk to Stop Gun Violence'

On April 17th, a group of protesters gathered outside NRA headquarters in Fairfax, Virginia, and held signs that read, "NRA: Bought and Paid for in Blood" and "Honk to Stop Gun Violence," among other things. 19 Apr 2014

Report: Hillary Clinton Accused GOP Staffers of Colluding with 'Extremists' on Internet

Just ahead of a possible Hillary run for the presidency, the Clinton Library released a new load of documents from President Bill Clinton’s years in the White House. One of those documents attempts to explain Hillary's "vast right-wing conspiracy" claim in which the Clinton administration accused Republican staffers of colluding with "extremists" on the Internet to hurt the Clintons. 19 Apr 2014

He Has Risen

Far too often, we get so caught up in the daily political back and forth that we forget to pause and take some time for reflection. This week, people of faith are celebrating important holidays--religious days where we are called not just to reflect, but to look to the days ahead in appreciation of what is most important: our faith. 19 Apr 2014

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