As we honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., we are reminded of his poignant words that a "right delayed is a right denied." This is as true for reproductive rights as it is for other civil and human rights.
Terrorism will always make headlines, but given the political jockeying in Pakistan, many media groups are running alarmist, nearly hysterical headlines predicting the imminent doom of Pakistani democracy.
Christian, Muslim, Hindu, atheist, Jew -- we can all help create a more loving nation and world. It's all pretty simple. If we each take a cause and work for that positive change, that real revolution, 2011 will be a better year because of us.
In the place of a Cinefantastique Podcast in which we discuss our top ten lists for 2010, we give you a Cinefantastique Post-Mortem in which we discuss doing a show in which we discuss our top ten lists for 2010.
We live in a highly partisan era of Congressional and Presidential politics. We cannot let these calculated political priorities spill over to our judicial system as well, as seems to have happened in the case of Judge Henry Hudson.
To Kill a Mockingbird forces us to look beneath the surface of our well-intentioned rhetoric ... It affirms that it is not propaganda, religious dogma, or political power that is the catalyst for change -- it is compassion.