August 03, 2012
- The Washington Post
Wash. Post: Does Chick-fil-A controversy risk turning off young employees?
As the Chick-fil-A brouhaha rages on—the controversy over president Dan Cathy’s comments about gay marriage have prompted everything from record sales and Friday’s protest “kiss-ins”—some news outlets are starting to ask the question of what it’s like to work at the chain amid the uproar.
July 17, 2012
- The National Journal
National Journal: Muslim Americans Using Comedy to Break Down Stereotypes
Comedian Dean Obeidallah, a New Jersey native whose father is Palestinian and mother Sicilian, told a small recent gathering in Washington that humor is a way to openly talk about important subjects on politics, religion, and current affairs. Obeidallah, an attorney-turned-comedian, performed in Comedy Central’s Axis of Evil special. He is the co-producer of an upcoming documentary, The Muslims are Coming!
July 07, 2012
- Journal Sentinel
Journal Sentinel: Politics flow from pulpit in good faith
At St. Mary's Catholic Church in Hales Corners, Father Chuck Schramm has been known to talk politics in the pulpit, lifting up church teaching on such issues as immigration and the care of the poor and disadvantaged.