A coalition of mostly right wing groups will soon host a "National Impeach Obama Week," which will include numerous protests across the United States.
Scheduled from Saturday until the last day of August, the "National Impeach Obama Week" boasts of having events scheduled in all fifty states and the District of Columbia.
The website, http://impeachobamaweek.net/, does not credit a specific group as being behind their efforts, but rather boasts a diverse group of endorsements, including Tea Party and Occupy groups, Republicans, libertarians, anarchists, independents, and some Democrats. more >>
A megachurch based in San Diego is eyeing the usage of a shuttered performing arts center, which may involve paying El Cajon approximately $1 million over five years which the city hopes will help reopen the facility and revitalize the community.
The Rock Church of San Diego and city officials are in negotiations over usage of the closed East County Performing Arts Center.
El Cajon City Council recently gave the nod for negotiations over the usage of Arts Center, in the hopes that it will aid in supporting the city's downtown economy. more >>
The head of the one billion-member Roman Catholic Church has hinted that he might make a three-day visit to the United States of America next year.
Pope Francis recently stated that he was hoping to visit the United States, home to an estimated 75 million Catholics, next year likely in autumn.
Next year will mark 150 years since the founding of the worldwide organization The Salvation Army in London by William and Catherine Booth.
The Salvation Army's International Congress, which has representatives from over 120 nations, will meet in the city of its birth in July of next year and mark the milestone.
As the sesquicentennial draws near, journalist and broadcaster Cathy Le Feuvre has written a book, titled William and Catherine: The love story of the founders of The Salvation Army, documenting the romantic relationship of the husband and wife founders. Le Feuvre looked at the courtship and piety of the Booths. more >>
Dr. Kent Brantly is doing well and expected to be released from the hospital soon after being treated for Ebola.
"Dr. Kent Brantly is doing very well and hopes to be released sometime in the near future," a statement from Samaritan's Purse read. The staff at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia "are taking extremely great care of him."
Dr. Brantly and Nancy Writebol, both missionaries working in Liberia with Ebola victims, became infected abroad and were brought back to the United States for treatment. They received an experimental drug, which is apparently working. Writebol is also improving, which bodes well for other victims who are infected; the hope is that the experimental drug will be made available to countries where there is a significant rate of infection. more >>
A few years after declaring his support for marijuana decriminalization, televangelist Pat Robertson has recently stated his opposition to legalized weed.
Robertson's long-running television program "The 700 Club" featured a negative story on the effect of Colorado's recent legalization of marijuana.
Hosting the program, Robertson commented that the Colorado marijuana legalization was harmful to the state's children. more >>