In the News: 11/6/06

Ousted evangelical leader confesses to followers, admits ‘sexual immorality’Less than 24 hours after he was fired from the pulpit of the evangelical megachurch he founded, the Rev. Ted Haggard confessed to his followers Sunday that he was guilty of “sexual immorality.”

Women CEOs Experience Longer Tenures, Faster Growth A new study in Massachusetts found that companies headed by women grow at twice the national average.
For ‘Borat,’ a glorious openThe mock doc packs its few venues en route to a $26.4 million opening weekend, besting ‘Santa Clause 3’ and possibly setting a trend.

Landscapers: We don’t take gay customers A Houston company’s rejection of a client shocks some in the city, where homosexuals have made strides.

Don’t abort precedence The Supreme Court has already ruled that abortion restrictions without exceptions for women’s health are unconstitutional. It should do so again.

Abortion, gay marriage among many divisive topics in election day referendumsEven if no candidates were running, next Tuesday’s elections would be dramatic, as voters across the United States consider referendums on a slew of hot topics — abortion, gay marriage, illegal immigration, sex crimes, even legalizing marijuana. In all, there are 205 such measures on the Nov. 7 ballots in 37 states — a total topped only twice before.


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