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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - Solomon
Demonstrating the wisdom of a modern-day King Solomon must either be a great gift or a great burden.
King Solomon was immortalized for saving a baby's life by threatening to split it between the real mother and a pretender. President Obama may become infamous for actually splitting the baby with his decision Friday to praise, and then undermine, critical intelligence-collection operations conducted by the National Security Agency.
"Keep sex and politics out of Scouting."
The Supreme Court is trying to sort out a wrenching adoption case involving a American Indian child, a biological father who first renounced any interest in her, and adoptive parents who eventually were ordered to hand her over to the father.
President Obama and White House press secretary Jay Carney mistakenly assumed that the common phrase "God helps those who help themselves" is in the Bible ("Obama calls for action by Congress on jobs bill," Web, Wednesday).
Rhythm and Jews converge in "David in Shadow and Light," a world-premiere, chockablock postmodern musical about Old Testament stone-slinger King David by Yehuda Hyman and Daniel Hoffman at Theater J.
The following is an excerpt of a sermon given recently at Grace Presbyterian Church by pastor David H. Bower:
The lives of a reverend and a rock or R&B musician would seem to be mutually exclusive. Nonetheless, country rock pioneer-turned-pastor Richie Furay is hardly the only strong soul who's managed to exist with one foot in each camp.