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  • Daum: Vassar vs. Westboro

     Daum: Vassar vs. Westboro
    The Westboro Baptist Church, best known for picketing military funerals because God hates a country that tolerates gay people (or something like that), is picketing my alma mater next week. Vassar College, a small liberal arts school in New York's Hudson Valley, is hardly the first school that Westboro's "congregation" (which is really just one large family in Topeka, Kan., led by 83-year-old pastor Fred Phelps) has visited with signs bearing its signature motto, "God Hates Fags." But Vassar may be the first to pull the jujitsu move of using the demonstration to raise money in support of the very thing being demonstrated against.
  • Poor go unheard in presidential race

    Poor go unheard in presidential race
    Telana Starks was watching her niece play in a sandbox Monday afternoon in Lafayette Park when I asked if she was following the presidential campaign. She said she hadn't really been paying any attention, which was interesting because the candidates...

    Tuesday's Talk Shows

    Click here to download TV listings for the week of May 13 - 19 in PDF format TV listings for the week of May 13 - 19 in PDF format are also available here This week's TV Movies CBS This...

    Howard Stern's return to TV on 'America's Got Talent' raises ire

    Howard Stern's TV return on "America's Got Talent" is a week away, but the Parents Television Council is hoping advertisers will spend their money elsewhere. It sent a letter to 91 advertisers, complaining of Howard Stern's on-air persona and urging...

    Supreme Court healthcare ruling could hurt Obama either way

    Supreme Court healthcare ruling could hurt Obama either way
    When the U.S. Supreme Court rules on the constitutionality of the federal mandate to buy health insurance, who is most likely to take a political hit, President Obama or Mitt Romney? The skeptical tone of the questioning during oral arguments before...