Moody Bible Institute to close, sexual harassment claims against Louis C.K., morning headlines


One of your favorite comedians might just be a super creep. - WIKIMEDIA COMMONS
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Let's talk about sex ed, baby

Spokane Public Schools won't be adopting that controversial, Planned Parenthood-developed sex-ed curriculum after all, despite few objections being raised about anything regarding its content.


Whither the "band kid?"
Why marching band programs have either been eliminated or scaled back at Spokane high schools. (Spokesman-Review)

Bye-bye, Bible Institute
Spokane's Moody Bible Institute will close at the end of the school year, due to financial challenges. (Spokesman-Review)

Mission: McMorris Rodgers

Despite never receiving more than 40.4 percent of the vote in the past decade against Spokane's U.S. Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers, Democrats will try to take her down next year.  (Spokesman-Review)

A Senate GOP tax plan would focus on the middle class instead of giving a major cut to corporations, a significant difference from the House version. (New York Times)

Bill Cosby is no role model
The New York Times brings the long-simmering allegations against Louis C.K. to light, as five women accuse him of super-creepy things. (New York Times)

Yet Moore sexual allegations
Alabama Republican U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore allegedly initiated a sexual encounter with a 14-year-old when he was 32, which, from our elitist liberal perspective, is also super creepy.  (Washington Post)