To the Editor:
Ha! That's funny. I walk into my favorite hometown establishment at halftime of the Lions game Sunday, across from the Musical Fountain, to be greeted by cheers, chuckles, giggles, high fives and laughs.
Duke University sociologist Mark Chaves is writing a new book on "the decline of American religion," but he has already reached this conclusion: "The burden of proof has shifted to those who want to claim that American religiosity is not declining."
Michigan residents who buy health insurance on the state's new online exchange, which opens next week, will pay on average $306 a month — before tax credits — for a mid-range plan not including out-of-pocket costs, according to figures released by the Obama administration today.