Notes from all over

June 20, 2008 | 5 comments
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Here’s your chance to comment on the week in sidebar links.

Court overturns father’s decison to ground child. No, really.
19th Jun 2008 @ 5 PM

On a moral continuum with adultery
19th Jun 2008 @ 1 PM

NPR on the legal storm brewing between gay rights and freedom of religion
18th Jun 2008 @ 10 AM

Elizabeth II, Queen of England: Threat to global human rights!
17th Jun 2008 @ 4 PM

Stacks and stacks of top hats
17th Jun 2008 @ 1 PM

Maggie Gallagher on the Redefinition Revolution
17th Jun 2008 @ 9 AM

Larry Miller hospitalized
16th Jun 2008 @ 3 PM

Swatting your kids, like God and the Supreme Court of Indiana intended
16th Jun 2008 @ 1 PM

A hilarious take on tattoos
16th Jun 2008 @ 10 AM
I endorse it

What do teenagers need in the church? Read this comment
14th Jun 2008 @ 2 AM

Don’t marry a career woman?
13th Jun 2008 @ 1 PM

Should/could the Church have sued the FLDS? (Hat Tip: Sheldon Gilbert)
13th Jun 2008 @ 11 AM

A praise for ordinary stoicism.
13th Jun 2008 @ 10 AM

No Man’s Land: The Place of Latter-day Saints in the Culture War
13th Jun 2008 @ 9 AM

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5 Responses to Notes from all over

  1. Adam Greenwood on June 20, 2008 at 8:19 am

    Ross Douthat has a follow-up to his post on pornography being on a moral continuum with adultery:

    http://rossdouthat.theatlantic.com/archives/2008/06/porn_and_adultery_ii.php

    Other than that, the links that would be the most fun to discuss are the one about the court which overturned the dad’s decision to ground his daughter and, of course, the always engrossing and always important topic of top hats.

  2. Douglas Hunter on June 20, 2008 at 3:01 pm

    Regarding the NPR story. The entire gay marriage thing does not really work until religious institution are brought into the fold, and agree to marry same sex couples. Anything else is to promote discrimination under the guise of religious freedom. Or maybe religions have the right to discriminate . . .

  3. Ben H on June 20, 2008 at 4:53 pm

    Wow, overturning a father’s decision to ground his daughter is a really good way to make your judicial authority seem totally petty and ridiculous. Not that making their office ridiculous is all that uncommon a thing for judges to do lately . . .

  4. Bookslinger on June 21, 2008 at 7:10 am

    Is it normal for 6th graders to have overnight co-ed trips away from their parents? I’m trying to think if it’s merely a school-equivalent to girls-camp or scout-camp, and my gut-feel says no. And even more “no way!” for a 12 year-old girl who has been putting her profile on dating web sites.

    It sounds to me like the girl wants to be one of the girls at Gloucester High.

  5. Eric Boysen on June 21, 2008 at 11:55 am

    I know I wanted to comment on something earlier in the week, but I forgot what it was.

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