The big news today is that the head of the Catholic Church, Pope Benedict, in an unprecedented move, has resigned. My first reaction upon hearing the news was, ‘It’s good he’s resigning; he was a waste of space.’ I’ve never been a huge fan of Pope Benedict. I am a very liberal Catholic and the Pope
I’ve been overwhelmingly busy, too busy to blog. But I’ve been reading about the health care reform regarding birth control. Initially Obama’s plan required religiously-affiliated organizations to pay for birth control. Obviously the Catholic Church is opposed, voicing freedom to practice their religious beliefs. Letter of the law Catholics do not believe in birth control.
I’ve been crunching numbers non-stop lately. It started when my tenant gave notice that he’d be leaving at the end of this month. Quick to Craigslist. What’s the going rate for a 1-bedroom apartment in Lower Pac Heights? I’ve been renting my place for more than two years, steadily increasing the rent with each new
This op-ed piece was published in the NYTimes early this week. I used to think that taxing the rich more would mean less donations, less private funding to non-profits, less economic growth. I had no idea that the rich get so many tax breaks. That they’re not even paying their fair share. I am outraged
I wanted to share my opinion today on the budget–THE budget–as in the federal budget that’s slated to cut $38 billion in spending for the year. The fact that the measure was not finalized until the last minute because of funding to Planned Parenthood makes me so furious. The socially conservative, pro-life Republican party eventually