Posts Tagged ‘don wildmon’

Religion in Public Life, Religious Right Research

My 10-year-old son and I spent last night at a Halloween pumpkin carving contest. We had about half an hour to come up with a design, and despite our less-than-stellar knife skills, managed to win a ribbon for “Most Unusual Nose.” (Based on the number of ribbons I saw, I suspect this was one of those contests where everyone got […] Read More

Religious Right Research

I admit to having a weakness for McDonald’s french fries. There’s just something about those thin slivers of golden-fried potatoes, seasoned with just the right amount of salt. I know too much of them isn’t good for me but figure it’s OK to indulge every now and then.

McDonald’s fries might not help my cholesterol count, but eating them does […] Read More

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