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Separation of Church and State

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  • Corporations don't have religious beliefs [Letter]

    Corporations don't have religious beliefs [Letter]
    Claims that corporations should be exempt from the health insurance law because their owners object to it on religious grounds are ludicrous ("Don't open Pandora's box," March 24). By incorporating, the owners of Hobby Lobby receive valuable protections...
  • Resident donates quilts to Lynn University

    Whitfield Lloyd Schanzer, 88, a former opera singer with the New York Philharmonic and director of opera companies in San Antonio, Atlanta and New Orleans is now retired and living in Boynton Beach. A dynamic and accomplished woman, Schanzer is never...
  • Genocide survivor shares story with students

     Genocide survivor shares story with students
    Orphaned during the Rwandan genocide in 1994, Emmanuel Habimana posed a question to Stevenson High School students, including Rafi Stifelmann, that chilled her to the bone. How long will it be until we actually mean it when we say, "Never again?"...
  • Benesch aims to put JCC's Gordon Center 'back on the map'

    Lord and Lady Crawley, the Earl and Countess of Grantham, made an appearance. So did their daughters, the ladies Mary, Edith and Sybil, along with Carson, the butler, and assorted lady's maids, valets and footmen. When fans of "Downton Abbey" were invited...
  • Rosenthal: Northwestern ought to be proud

    Even as Northwestern University readies its appeal of Wednesday’s National Labor Relations Board regional office ruling that deems its football players school employees, giving them the right to unionize, the university ought to be bursting with...
  • Labor case shows Northwestern taught its athletes well

    Labor case shows Northwestern taught its athletes well
    Even as Northwestern University readies its appeal of Wednesday's National Labor Relations Board regional office ruling that deems its football players school employees, giving them the right to unionize, the university ought to be bursting with pride....
  • Christian student sues TNCC, asserting college violated his rights

    Christian student sues TNCC, asserting college violated his rights
    HAMPTON — An evangelical Christian student at Thomas Nelson Community College has filed a federal lawsuit against the state's community college system, asserting that its policies about on-campus student expression are unconstitutional....
  • Review: Leghorn Chicken

    Review: Leghorn Chicken
    Review: Leghorn Chicken 959 N. Western Ave. 773-394-4444 Rating: 3 (out of four) Off to a good start Boy, I say, boy ... . Apologies. I promised my editor this review wouldn't be written in the voice of America's most famous rooster, Foghorn Leghorn....
  • Eric Charles May on 'Bedrock Faith'

    Eric Charles May on 'Bedrock Faith'
    On the far South Side of Chicago — "out south," as the locals like to say — is a neighborhood called Parkland. It's an all-black community, dating back to the 19th century, hemmed in by white neighborhoods on three sides and open prairie on...
  • Disney gives out $3.8 million in grants to community nonprofits

    Disney gives out $3.8 million in grants to community nonprofits
    Actors have their Oscars. Musicians, their Grammys. But for nonprofits throughout Central Florida, the biggest honor is a 13-inch statuette of Mickey Mouse — and the nice, fat check from Disney that comes with it. Walt Disney World Resort passed...
  • A difficult balance [Editorial]

    A difficult balance  [Editorial]
    The principle of separation of church and state has been a pillar of American democracy since the country's founding, and most people think they know what it means. Yet in practice, the proper balance between freedom of religious expression and what is...