How the Gay Marriage Debate Reveals Negative Attitudes toward the Adopted

There’s an article on the front page of CNN today, an opinion piece, that defends traditional marriage.  Because it would violate the First Amendment’s establishment clause to do so, the argument – like the one that will be heard before the Supreme Court soon – is void of any religious language.  Even if conservative Christianity […]

I Spent a Week in a Moroccan Orphanage and Lived to Blog About It

In America, when we hear about orphans, we immediately conjure up images of little orphan Annie fighting the evil Miss Hannigan with rich ole’ Daddy Warbucks on her side.  It’s a hard-knock life, after all.  My guess is that you’d think, in a developing country, that stereotype would be even worse, but I’m not sure […]