Gay Rights Activists Look for New Faith Outreach

[12.03.2012]

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In which Bo Obama meets a giant version of himself, and has a small existential crisis.

After successes with several state ballot initiatives, gay rights activists are looking for new kinds of faith outreach.

In the Washington Post magazine, Laura Sessions Stepp profiles two Millennial women, exploring their attitudes toward their work life and careers. According to our recent survey, most younger Millennial women (age 18-25) believe that their race or gender will make no difference in their career.

As the debate over the fiscal cliff continues to heat up, American multinational corporations are seeking a change to the tax code that would eliminate taxes on profits earned overseas. A majority (55%) of American voters favor eliminating tax breaks for large corporations as a solution to the federal deficit.

Should Romney have been surprised when he lost the election last November? According to Nate Silver, campaigns’ internal polls are usually considerably more optimistic than public polls.

Although only 1-in-10 American Jews say that Hanukkah is the most important Jewish holiday to them personally, that doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy a good Hanukkah food slideshow! Parsnip latkes, anyone?

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