Although the Obama administration lacks the courage and decency to speak out against the Saudi killing machine, the rest of us have no reason to be constrained.
Sixteen people “who are merely protesting for more democracy … are set to die, including several children,” says public advocate Clive Stafford Smith.
A careful look at the Gospels may offer a picture of the original Easter message that is more startling than the theme of lilies, chocolate and eternal salvation that prevails today, writes Brandon Ambrosino in The Boston Globe.
In the city of Luque, a group of men who were let go from their jobs at the Vanguardia bus company are protesting by going on a hunger strike and nailing themselves to crosses.
The pop queen staged a mock crucifixion in a stadium a mile away from Vatican City, ignoring accusations of blasphemy by the Catholic Church, and even inviting Pope Benedict to come and watch.