Topic: blogosphere

It is a question I have received a number of times lately: Can you suggest some blogs written specifically for women? As it happens, I follow quite a few blogs written by (and often for) women ... discuss

This seemed like as good a time as any to show this video, dedicated to one who is deserving of further discussion. All in good time. Now then ...If someone had told me at this time last year, or befo ... discuss

Well, hello there!  It’s been a while, hasn’t it?  For those who don’t know (or can’t remember), late 2012 this blog went quiet.  Very quiet.  In fact, it went away!  My ... discuss

Once bitten, twice shy. That pretty much describes my response to most major marketing campaigns by Christian publishers. So often I’ve found that the best books are the ones that appear wit ... discuss

Sometimes, someone just has to say something out loud to whomever they are convinced is completely clueless. Now, this writer won't say that the object of this rant fits that description, at least not ... discuss

The Christian blogosphere raised a collective eyebrow yesterday when some old message board rants on gender-related topics by Mars Hill Pastor Mark Driscoll, posted under a pseudonym, were resurrected ... discuss

NASAToday is the 45th anniversary of the Apollo 11 pioneering expedition to the lunar surface, the day human beings first made landfall on another world. Check out Rand Simberg's ceremonial commemorat ... discuss

Credit:  theconservativetreehouse.comIn their ongoing attempt to save Holy Innocents Church in Manhattan from being closed, some of those who attend there have given interviews to and cooperated ... discuss

I've been hard at work editing the old introductory article to my "Arminian vs Reformed theology" series and getting ready to re-post the series. In the meantime, here's some things I've stumbled acr ... discuss

UPDATE: I'm still working on re-posting the articles from my series on Arminianism vs Reformed theology, but I have decided to edit them as I proceed, so the process of reposting will likely take long ... discuss

In a recent post titled Evil as Entertainment, Reformed blogger Tim Challies takes certain watchblogs to task for harping on evil so much that they neglect to point out what is good and true. He feel ... discuss

There's been a lot of press and discussion lately about the United States as a "post-Christian" nation.President Obama's phrase, "we are no longer just a Christian nation", spoken during a keynote add ... discuss

Now that I am back to blogging, by God's grace, I would like to try to post something "new" every day. Here on Jordan's View my preference has been to offer fresh, original content, but I need to be ... discuss

One writer and theologian I have turned to consistently for his reliable counsel concerning biblical spirituality is Pastor Bob DeWaay. Pastor DeWaay has been alerting readers for some time now about ... discuss

Isn't the whole point of religion to teach us morals and to love and care for each other no matter what age, gender, sexual preference, religion or race we are?The question was one among many comments ... discuss

In the blogosphere, there are times I think when it is acceptable to toot your own horn. This maybe one of those times, so I am going to toot away.At the Catholic Media Conference in Charlotte th ... discuss

Mr. Harold Camping died in Dec. of 2013 at the ripe old age of 92.  He had his 15 minutes of fame and more.  He gained incredible notoriety with his prediction that the world would come to a ... discuss

There's a one-sidedness when it comes to abortion blogs. I see many pro-life bloggers who are using the science and philosophy well to support their position. And then when I look up pro-choice blogs, ... discuss

I've been in Rome (woohoo!), camping out with my 2.5 million besties to attend the first-in-history Mass concelebrated by two popes: Reigning & Emeritus. It happens they were canonizing two other pope ... discuss

Yes, it's been awhile, but I've been busy building up my other websites that is my livelihood. Anyways, if you all remember that I used to post a daily round-up of posts from the Catholic blogospher ... discuss

 Ken Blackwell, Contributing Author: A favorite tactic of the Obama Administration is to engage in outrageous behavior, and then – with the support of its allies – put its opponents on the de ... discuss

#1Site of recent exorcism.This story about an exorcism got quite a bit of traction in the blogosphere this week.#2 Fr. Dwight Longenecker blogger at Standing on my HeadFr. Dwight Longenecker wrot ... discuss

Womb transplants are in the news again and I have seen a few posts in the Catholic blogosphere questioning what such a transplant might mean, ethically. First, some background: A womb transplant is ex ... discuss

Yet again in the blogosphere there have been some storms about traditionalist Catholics. “Was Michael Voris attacked by this person or that person? We must rally to his defense!” “Is ... discuss

Words have meaning and power, which comes as no surprise to those of us who use them.  Like so many bloggers out in the blogosphere, I like to choose a word as my own for the year.  Last year myR ... discuss

As you can see, it looks like I did not accomplish much, in 2013.I actually did, in certain areas!And even Blogosphere-wise, I recently started up two new weblogs.  (More on that, soon.)I wish I ... discuss

Wow - how time flies.  September 27th was my last post.  I have been enjoying a kind of interior silence which allows 'keeping all these things in my heart.'So, what has prompted this p ... discuss

Oh, this is rich, really rich.  The Audio Via Real Clear Politics: The Story via Salon: After a Salon report depicting Ed Schultz’s handling of a dispute between a group of NBC workers and the n ... discuss

I Stand With Thomas Peters Thomas Peters, best known as “The American Papist” from his blog and his work with CatholicVote.org, was injured in a swimming accident months back. His long ro ... discuss

7 Quick Takes - Hosted at www.conversiondiary.com --- 1 ---I apologize that I have been horrible at blogging lately, I've been horrible at writing lately.  I feel as though I've been horrible a ... discuss

We should go laughing. I mean, it’s all gonna hit the fan tomorrow. Enjoy the cartoon: One thing, I have this feeling, quite a bit, when running this blog — the first part is the R’ ... discuss

The blogosphere is all a twitter over comments Richard Dawkins made about pedophilia. Personally, I don’t understand the outrage. Dawkins and his fawning acolytes are atheists. An atheist doesn’t ... discuss

Christina praying for Grandma to go home safely to Heaven.Rick Smith, the effervescent dad of "Noah's Dad" fame didn't see it coming. He ignited controversy by saying he wanted to "whack" the saying t ... discuss

Catholic Circular Firing Squad Redux. And, perhaps not that strangely, Michael Voris is once again the mainspring of the matter. Fortunately, Mark Shea is not involved, having avoided the controver ... discuss

I really liked this post from The Clown at Midnight about the left's shaming tactics. I think it's an important topic that needs to be explored. Because the more we expose these shaming tactics, t ... discuss

Pope Emeritus Benedict meets with Pope Francis. It is all over the blogosphere, and it isn’t easy to write about, but it appears that Pope Benedict is “suffering from something very severe ... discuss

My blogrolls on the side are in desperate need of some upkeep. Yet, because my travels in the Catholic blogosphere have been somewhat limited, I am not up on the newest and best blogs and websites ou ... discuss

Unpatriotic Americans are steaming over continuing revelations about the National Security Agency’s domestic spying. Thanks to that trouble maker Edward Snowden, Americans are now aware of what ... discuss

Now as they went on their way, [Jesus] entered a village; and a woman named Martha received him into her house. And she had a sister called Mary, who sat at the Lord’s feet and listened to his tea ... discuss

NASAToday is the 44th anniversary of the Apollo 11 pioneering expedition to the lunar surface, the day human beings first made landfall on another world. Check out Rand Simberg's ceremonial commemorat ... discuss

Here is a guest post by a good and brave friend of mine, Peggy Clores whose mother was a Holocaust Survivor. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~And so we descend further into the abyss o ... discuss

So just a little note that say a HUGE thank you to all my readers!  This blog has just surpassed the 50,000 Page View milestone!  WOW.  I continue to be amazed that my little corner o ... discuss

I've been following the Gosnell coverage on Twitter and around the Catholic Blogosphere tepidly.  I am trying to exercise some caution for my tender soul as any foray too deep into the details ha ... discuss

Most pro-lifers agree that the strongest argument for the legality of abortion is the bodily rights argument. In fact, there's been recent chatter in the pro-life blogosphere that bodily rights is wha ... discuss

This photo shows the press area for the trial of abortionist Kermit Gosnell. Notice just how INTERESTED the national press is in this story… Here’s info from the staff at Twitchy: “P ... discuss

Wow, I can't believe it's been a little over 2 weeks since the March for Life.  Life has been zooming by lately.  I guess it does all the time, but it just seems more so now for some reason. ... discuss

There has been some interesting debate in the blogosphere over Sam Harris’ contention that a divine command theory of ethics manifests “a psychopathic and psychotic moral attitude.” Randal Rause ... discuss

See my prior post (and the one before that, if you want). That only scratches the surface, and it's Blogosphere/web-related... I didn't even try to RECAP what went on with me, in 2012! :-)  Som ... discuss

I'm trying (though I've tried before!) to get back into the Blogosphere, and actually use it for semi-professional purposes. That would probably require a reboot here (for me to stop worrying about m ... discuss

I must say, I am shocked; I figured that they would keep it to silly posts mocking Herman Cain or Tut-Tutting him.  But no, the Trent Lott syndrome subset of the Republican Party, that Lilly white Re ... discuss

By TITO EDWARDS | The Catholic Blogosphere’s Debates on Hell by Msgr. Charles Pope of the Archdiocese of Washington (DC) – Big Pulpit Guidelines for Giving. . .Even When You̵ ... discuss

In response to the concerns raised in the form of incessant belly-aching on the part of faithful Catholics, who just might be lucky enough to defy conventional wisdom, and stumble upon this end of the ... discuss

Book Sale - Cruciform Press has just added a book sale of 11 print book titles at $5.99 (list prices are $9.99). It runs through December 10. Their current sale of 11 different titles at $4.99 ends on ... discuss

Several years ago there was a lot of buzz on the internet about Rob Bell’s new book titled, Love Wins.  The conversation in the blogosphere was heightened though when Justin Taylor re ... discuss

Brandon Vogt has a good post up on “7 Things Bishops Should Know About Catholic Bloggers” One of them included this: 5. Digital imprimaturs are not a good idea. One of the big questions in ... discuss

Welcome to the VOTE! Edition of the Carnival of Homeschooling! If you are new to ‘blog carnivals’, please read the link at the bottom of this post to find out more. This post has many links that ... discuss

Ever feel like you were just about to get run over by a fast train, coming down the tracks – right at you? That’s my week this week. Note to HOMESCHOOL CARNIVAL peeps: the blog carnival d ... discuss

This is a follow-up to our piece last Sunday to honor the Feast of Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary. I got the idea two years ago from a correspondent in the Philippines, 100% Katolikong Pinoy, who in ... discuss

The Bible for Bloggers - Bryan Chapell has put together a long essay on behaving ourselves online. “What biblical principles should guide Christian bloggers? I am increasingly thinking about thi ... discuss

The blogosphere reminded me of this future economic bet between Paul Krugman and Greg Mankiw that Mankiw clearly won: In early 2009, the incoming Obama administration’s Council of Economic Advisers ... discuss

Today was a busy day, not only with administrative matters on the day job (this being near the fiscal year end), but with research for at least three works, on the order of our recent and highly succe ... discuss

Tim Sweetman This is a repost from February 13, 2006. This article is referenced in the book Saving Leonardo by the excellent author and professor Nancy Pearcey. I wrote this as a young 16-year-old ... discuss

Friday evening, we here at man with black hat published an essay entitled “The Latin Mass: Why You Can’t Have It” which was fairly well received. We had nearly five hundred visitors in the 24 ho ... discuss

"I had three points I wanted to make," Eastwood said. "That not everybody in Hollywood is on the left, that Obama has broken a lot of the promises he made when he took office, and that the people s ... discuss

To go with the Sluts Vote buttons, I guess. Again, keeping it classy! MSNBC host: 'Girls, get your abortions NOW in case the Republicans win' by John Jalsevac , LifeSiteNews ... discuss

OMG!… Now Michelle Obama Wants You to Skip Eating For Barack | The Gateway Pundit. Melanie Gunaway contributed a message, that she received from Michelle Obama, to the blogosphere. The Obama’s ... discuss

By Mark Shea | As you know, I have been totally confused by this whole issue of modesty that seems to convulse the Catholic blogosphere. Anyway, what do you think of bikini-style swimsuits ... discuss

By Mark Shea | As you know, I have been totally confused by this whole issue of modesty that seems to convulse the Catholic blogosphere. Anyway, what do you think of bikini-style swimsuits ... discuss

Earlier this summer, we showed a chart of readers' visits in the previous week. This is a chart of visits over the past twelve months. Fascinating, isn't it?We here at man with black hat have had thre ... discuss

Justin Taylor recently revived Mark Dever’s 2007 series of articles titled “Where’d All These New Calvinists Come From?” This was a ten-part series that looked to the rise of N ... discuss

To be clear, Mitt's comment didn't come without justification. MSNBC (along with many lefty loons on the left side of the blogosphere) has it's loony panties all-in-a-wad over Mitt Romney making a ra ... discuss

I've seen this item floating around the blogosphere for a few days now, as the writer of the article says, "Something smells rotten."Here's the story, courtesy of The Daily Caller: Who Does The Govern ... discuss

It's been a bad news week.Life Site News reports the Canadian Medical Association says babies are not human until after birth:Delegates to the Canadian Medical Association’s annual general council ... discuss

by John-Henry Westen August 16, 2012 (LifeSiteNews.com) – In July, LifeSiteNews broke the story of Catholic Relief Services, “the official overseas relief and development agency of the USCCB,” g ... discuss

by John-Henry Westen August 16, 2012 (LifeSiteNews.com) – In July, LifeSiteNews broke the story of Catholic Relief Services, “the official overseas relief and development agency of the USCCB,” g ... discuss

by John-Henry Westen August 16, 2012 (LifeSiteNews.com) – In July, LifeSiteNews broke the story of Catholic Relief Services, “the official overseas relief and development agency of the USCCB,” g ... discuss

Since Romney announced his pick of Catholic congressman Paul Ryan for his running mate, the blogosphere has been abuzz with [...] ... discuss

 After Obama, America needs a little R&R Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images We're nothing short of exhilarated in this corner of the blogosphere. Romney went for the bold ideas man and not a ... discuss

The latest topic to get online fellow Catholics to sing like the Temptations is the invitation of El Presidente to the Al Smith Dinner in NYC. This was done by Cardinal Dolan, who has been very blunt ... discuss

Namely, what we've been saying here for years.The drive to be on the “A-list” of Catholic Bloggers distorts what being a Catholic blogger means. I saw this behavior on the speaking circuit when ye ... discuss

The Republic of the Philippines is one of the few predominantly Catholic nations left in the world, that still inculcates the Faith in its culture. Their faithful ones do so despite the rapid encroach ... discuss

There was scheduled, as we reported here last week, a national "same-sex kiss day" to take place at Chick-Fil-A restaurants this past Friday, sponsored not the the restaurant (obviously), but the Gay ... discuss

... at least not around here.A few years ago, a typical day at this corner of the blogosphere went from an average of 100 visits per day, to 120 visits per day. We were beside ourselves. Lately we've ... discuss

For the record, I have not officially started blogging again. This is more of an... appetizer, if you will. While shaking the rust off, I read some of my ole' trusty go-to-blogs and read a post from T ... discuss

A liberal Establishment magazine takes a fair look at this controversy. My question: why are those turning our culture upside down in the name of tolerance so unwilling to tolerate diversity of opini ... discuss

The Catholic Blogosphere has been talking about the morality of dropping the atomic bomb over Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Mark Shea has a post about it. I must share his frustration concerning selective ... discuss

We here at man with black hat want to welcome those who found us via Big Pulpit. Effective today, their link went from this ...http://thepulp.it... to this:http://bigpulpit.comThey feature the best an ... discuss

NASAToday is the 4rdd anniversary of the Apollo 11 pioneering expedition to the lunar surface, the day human beings first made landfall on another world. Check out Rand Simberg's ceremonial commemorat ... discuss

The Watcher’s Council Welcome to the Watcher’s Council, your weekly magazine featuring some of the very best writing in the blogosphere and the longest running group of its kind in existence. ... discuss

For the past nearly six years I’ve spent in the blogosphere, Mark Pickup has always been one of my very favorite bloggers. I’ve shared many of his posts here and I publish a lot of his wri ... discuss

Continuing on our little Inquisition at Socon or Bust about the endless dissent in the Catholic Church here in Canada, I’d like to bring to the attention of our readers this little gem which a ... discuss

Mainstream Media ignores 2,000 deaths in Afghanistan Unlike they did at the same metric for Iraq. Difference? Bush vs. Obama. ### Well at least someone linked with the Mainstream Media doesn’t l ... discuss

Today, the Christian world celebrates the Feast of Saints Peter and Paul. In the reformed Roman calendar, it is recognized as a solemnity, and is a holyday of obligation in many countries (if not the ... discuss

This midday palate cleanser comes by way of Ed Morrissey. Amelia Hamilton wrote a book titled One Nation Under God: A Book for Little Patriots, and it got the kind of reaction one might expect. In a ... discuss

Several years ago, some guy from Texas by the name of Tito Edwards had an idea. The Catholic blogosphere needed a "one-stop shopping" place for linking not only to the usual suspects, but the best and ... discuss

This afternoon I called 911 and filed a missing person report. Bill Clay of Dakota War College has been missing for over a week. Of course the police wanted a detailed description and I didn't have ... discuss

By now, half the blogosphere has seen this little ditty, and in more than one instance, starring the late Fred Rogers. They probably didn't tell you (and we're sure you're dying to know) that this vid ... discuss

Some of you are already fans of Calah Alexander, who has been blogging a while at Barefoot and Pregnant.f="http://wp.patheos.com.s3.amazonaws.com/blogs/theanchoress/files/2012/06/CathPT_LongRoad_1.jpg ... discuss

You know Deacon Greg, right? Affable fellow, likes to write homilies and participate in Adoration? Doesn’t like yelling or gratuitous snark? Formerly an Emmy and Peabody Award-winning writer for ... discuss

 An awesome story...Welcome home Leah!Atheist blogger Leah Libresco shocked the secular community this week when she announced on her Patheos blog that she has converted to Christianity. Her arti ... discuss

One could rightly say that the angels and saints have cause for rejoicing, as another adamant atheist is preparing for her new journey of Faith.Unequally YokedStarting [today], this blog is moving to ... discuss

 Conservative bloggers are on heightened alert following a string of so-called “SWAT-ing” incidents and are taking precautionary measures to ensure they don’t fall victim to the p ... discuss

LAS VEGAS – Conservative bloggers are on heightened alert following a string of so-called "SWAT-ing" incidents and are taking precautionary measures to ensure they don't fall victim to the potenti ... discuss

Tim SweetmanI just graduated from the esteemed Boyce College, the undergraduate wing of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, so my “free” time seems to have exploded. There’s s ... discuss

Here in our corner of the blogosphere, we did give some thought to joining the National Day of Blogger Silence, to protest the supposed harassment of conservative bloggers by certain overly-zealous fu ... discuss

An inside look at the new motion picture "For Greater Glory." This special chronicles the history of the Cristero War with interviews from leading historians, several cast members, and Catholic le ... discuss

I missed the kick-off for this project and I hear tell they've already raised a lot of money. But that's no reason not to join in. We're all about reading around here and thinking of seminaries withou ... discuss

Happy Weinerversary: The Lessons of WeinerGate. Memorial Day is a more solemn type of holiday, but Congressman Anthony Weiner provided us with a circus sideshow over this holiday weekend in 2011. Dan ... discuss

Today is everyone blog Brett Kimberlin day. Michelle Malkin writes: the past eight years that I’ve been blogging and operating Internet media companies, I’ve witnessed or experienced firsthand ... discuss

Original title: Re: 'Free speech blogburst: Show solidarity for targeted conservative bloggers' (Updated and bumped - initially posted on May 24) Michelle Malkin has the details about the ongoing n ... discuss

For us in the Catholic blogosphere,  FYI.  Source:  http://www.patheos.com/blogs/thecrescat/ ... discuss

Tim SweetmanI just graduated from the esteemed Boyce College, the undergraduate wing of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, so my “free” time seems to have exploded. There’s s ... discuss

One person can’t comment on every idea, or every person expressing an idea, which sometimes causes others (who’s particular axe to grind wasn’t touched on by a particular blogger) to ... discuss

How low will they go? Silencing the opposition is not only encouraged, but paid for on the left. The Left looses in the arena of ideas. When they speak freely and share their point of view (collectivi ... discuss

You can read the article here.I've been wanting to comment on this for a really long time. Basically, the Genocide Awareness Project, which compares abortion with other atrocities such as the Holocaus ... discuss

The Watcher’s Council As you know, the Watcher’s Council represents the cutting edge of political thought in the blogosphere. You already read their weekly offerings on the issues and if you ... discuss

MIAMI, FLORIDA, May 17, 2012, (LifeSiteNews.com) – Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney scheduled a $50,000-a-plate fundraiser at the home of Phil Frost, the executive of the company that m ... discuss

WASHINGTON, May 17, 2012 /Christian Newswire -- The U.S. House Judiciary Committee's Subcommittee on the Constitution today will hold a hearing examining the policy of legal abortion until birth cur ... discuss

ARRA News Service Six Years Sharing Conservative Content Today in Washington, D.C. - May 14, 2012: The House is in recess until noon on Tuesday. The Senate will reconvene at 2 PM today and will li ... discuss

When I saw the headline, I groaned. Here we just came from a march to defend the right to life and he's talking to the people who don't, at least as far as the unborn are concerned. But it actually ... discuss

The Leftist blogosphere went berserk last night over this piece of video of Scott Walker.JSOnline posted it on YouTube.Yes, that's the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, the same Milwaukee Journal Sentinel t ... discuss

There's been quite a stir on the blogosphere about Time's cover story on Attachment Parenting. The cover image is controversial (and I wouldn't recommend looking at it if you think breastfeeding shoul ... discuss

You probably know this parody of a blogger's award (whereupon the word "winner!" is altered to read as "loser!") accompanying the Facebook posts of Mark Shea, a noted Catholic author, lecturer, and Ma ... discuss

I’ve been at this blogging thing for quite a long time now—a bit over 9 years. I’ve been at the daily blogging thing for almost as long. This means that I’ve got an extensive b ... discuss

UPDATE BELOW: Here’s part of the story, from US News: Federal agents have arrested five people who were plotting to blow up a bridge near Cleveland, Ohio, an incident not connected to the annive ... discuss

Much has been said in the blogosphere concerning Joel Osteen’s comments that Mormonism is basically Christian and that Mormons are his brothers. This post follows my previous two posts that can be f ... discuss

In resurrecting a former Tuesday feature highlighting little-known participants in the Catholic blogosphere, why would we here at mwbh pick one that is affiliated with the "Catholic Channel" on Patheo ... discuss

“…my boyfriend is a practicing Catholic, an aged, dissolute former altar boy who claims to be praying for me non-stop at top speed, or however urgent, desperate prayers for immortal souls ... discuss

O & Romney unleash canine war of wordsBy GEOFF EARLE, Bureau Chief, New York Post, April 19, 2012 - geoff.earle@nypost.comarticle source: http://www.nypost.com/f/print/news/national/do ... discuss

Fake Earth Day Trash Photo – Gateway Pundit Photo Fail Gateway Pundit Posts Bogus FOX Nation Earth Day Photo Gateway Pundit, following the photo fail made by FOX Nation, posted this photo that w ... discuss

Carmen Santamaría and Angelique Ruhi-López have written a beautiful, comprehensive, faithful, and much needed new book, The Infertility Companion for Catholics: Spiritual and Practical Support ... discuss

Relations between Catholic bloggers and Church officials have at times been quite strained as the new media has developed in the last couple years. Some prelates, clergy, and chancery officials have e ... discuss

Time once again for (reviving) our (once upon a time) usual Monday morning feature. And while we're waiting for Uncle Jay to explain the news, or his absence, we will press on with our pals at Pajamas ... discuss

This has been my personal weblog, since the Fall 2002 semester, when I first moved onto campus as an undergraduate student. Things seemed much better in the Blogosphere (and elsewhere) during those ti ... discuss

by Patrick B. Craine Relations between Catholic bloggers and Church officials have at times been quite strained as the new media has developed in the last couple years. Some prelates, clergy, and chan ... discuss

Deacon Greg Kandra is an old-school newsman; his decades at CBS News has honed his ability to sniff out a story — particularly a human-interest story sure to tug at the heart strings or impart a ... discuss

The Cheshire Patriarch disappeared, leaving only the watch visible. As part of the MSM’s usual Holy Week anti-Christian push, Hell’s Bible (aka the New York Times) ran a piece on Holy Thursday ... discuss

So, it’s been over three years now since the Development & Peace scandal broke.  If you missed it, you can catch my round-up here.  I’d like to say that I’m satisfied with the prog ... discuss

I’ve been at this blogging thing for quite a long time now—a bit over 9 years. I’ve been at the daily blogging thing for almost as long. This means that I’ve got an extensive b ... discuss

for the weekend of March 30th -1- The three, or four, of you who have been here before will notice there is some remodeling going on here at thetroglodyte.com. It's been a couple years and the pl ... discuss

Welcome to the Texas Edition of the Carnival of Homeschooling! If you are new to ‘blog carnivals’, please read the link at the bottom of this post to find out more. This post has many links that ... discuss

If you think you've seen this before, maybe you have. I found it in the saved drafts, but thought I'd published it.  At any rate, if you've seen it before, scroll down to the Skeptical Science fo ... discuss

The Big Blogroll O' Vark®™©BY WAY OF INTRODUCTIONSymmetry and patterns. If we cannot prove them, we still attempt to impose a semblance on the oft-chaotic world that surrounds us. And ... discuss

The Russian television channel NTV has broadcast a report, \"Anatomy of a Protest,\" alleging that the country's opposition movement paid protesters and accepted Western funds in the run-up to thi ... discuss

In the past year, ABC News has featured products made in America, and the people and companies that make domestic production a reality. Then there's another innovation, one that involves the services ... discuss

Image source here.I have a confession to make: I've been a really, really, really mean mom lately. I hesitate to post details here, in the fear that I'll lose you, dear readers, whom I am SO GRATEFUL ... discuss

When I read this statement of faith, I felt I stumbled upon the "creed" my more liberal Christian siblings seem to believe in deed if not in creed, Historically, ******** has always taught that deeds ... discuss

By: Terresa Monroe-Hamilton Conservative Blogger and Publicist – Andrew Breitbart Sometimes, God takes his warriors home early and so was the case today with Andrew Breitbart. The Conservative B ... discuss

Awful, shocking news to wake up to this morning. I don’t know what to say. We’ve lost a great warrior. He was one-of-a-kind. Andrew passed away unexpectedly from natural causes shortly aft ... discuss

The article published in the Journal of Medical Ethics called “After Birth Abortion: Why Should the Baby Live?”–which I addressed here a few days ago–is getting a lot of attent ... discuss

As I mentioned earlier during the month, Socon or Bust is folding up the tent. The scheduled departure date is scheduled for Fri. Dec.23, 2011. I’d like to offer a few clarifications, thoughts, ... discuss

Warmist Dr. Peter Gleick confesses to fraudulently obtaining the legitimate Heartland documents. Claims the fake document the warmmist media love to quote from was sent to him separately and anonymous ... discuss

This article is reposted from The Daily Caller: http://dailycaller.comURL to the article source: http://dailycaller.com/2012/02/12/inside-media-matters-sources-memos-reveal-erratic-behavior-close-coor ... discuss

audio file.This week’s episode of the Connected Kingdom Podcast (another of our new, shorter episodes) has me discussing introversion. You’ve got two options: You can read the transcr ... discuss

We were going to do something special for Valentine's Day this year. We thought of introducing one or two books that have come out in the past year, about how Catholic girls can find the right man to ... discuss

Picture of pastors who attended the first "Elephant Room"In a recent article at the Out Of UR Blog the author interacts with several pastors on a video who are discussing the issue of blogge ... discuss

I've heard of chain letters ... but chain awards? No worries.  The Liebster Blog (Liebster = Ger. "dear, darling") is really a good way to get people to follow some of the more obscure blogs ... discuss

Clint Eastwood's Super Bowl ad, "Halftime in America," is perhaps generating the most discussion of all the commercials. Here's the ad:Kind of weird coming from Clint Eastwood. Leftists are thrilled, ... discuss

Entire Georgia Ballot Access Hearing, Enhanced Audio, 1-26-2012 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uuxq1i_CX-w&feature=related video source: http://youtu.be/Uuxq1i_CX-w Uploaded by Article2SuperPAC on ... discuss

In two previous posts (here and here), I've pointed out the Obama administration's 'dodgy data,' 'phony Baloney' jobless rate, and flat-out packaging the data in a way to mislead the public, with the ... discuss

The specter of Vladimir Ilyich Lenin has been haunting the Irish blogosphere of late thanks to the popular \"Come Here To Me\" site, which takes a sideways look at Dublin life and culture. ... discuss

The Komen decision and retreat or not a retreat was the news on the blogosphere all yesterday. The MSM pretty much decided it was a full fledged retreat bowing under the intense bullying of the aborti ... discuss

The blogopshere, specifically, the Catholic blogosphere has been alive for four days with the sounds of people singing the praises of the Susan G. Komen Community for announcing it would no longer fun ... discuss

If you read the headlines, watch the news or just go on Facebook in the Catholic blogosphere (admittedly my favorite place to hang), you know that the administration's HHS policy has long tentacles, ... discuss

OK, I am sick and tired of Simcha Fisher. Hear me out. I know the guys will agree with me... She thinks she is so witty, with her clever links, her realistic portrayals of Catholic-Life-Chaos, and h ... discuss

As we are now faced with an actual battle, a legitimately named culture war, in dealing with the HHS Mandate regarding healthcare and freedom of religion, the Catholic blogosphere takes center stage. ... discuss

video source: http://youtu.be/KGghlPmebCY Uploaded by googleprivacy on Jan 24, 2012 A brief overview of recent changes to the Google Privacy Policy ... discuss

I don't own the copyright. Two days after record-breaking hordes of people, the majority of them under 25, marched in freezing rain in Washington, DC — between four and five hundred thousand; that ... discuss

In early 2006 I became the owner of Discerning Reader. Some may remember that before I owned the domain name, it was a bookstore and one that shut down and disappeared under strange and sudden ci ... discuss

For those that don't know how a fish trap works, let me explain. (For my Alaskan readers, this post could have also been called "Crab Pot.") You have a device, a cage of sorts, that you place bait in ... discuss

Many great Christian resources are available on the topics of sexuality and marriage. In light of so much discussion about sex and marriage in the blogosphere these days, I wanted to highlight a few o ... discuss

Hitting pro-abortion bloggers again with the question they fear the most In 2006, pro-abortion lobby group NARAL Pro-Choice initiated a Blog for Choice Day on January 22 as part of their annual “ ... discuss

The AOD-Voris-Peters-Canon Law situation is growing into one of the largest Blogosphere "issues" that I have ever seen. There are blogs commenting on the issue that have never mentioned Voris, Detroit ... discuss

Teen Spared For Two More Weeks From Parents Forcing Abortion | LifeNews.com. Kristen Hawkens of Students for Life has searched the abortion supporting blogosphere for commentary on the 14 year old TX ... discuss

Would he were alive ... and American .... One of the things that frustrates me about the American two-party system is that there’s no viable third party a Catholic can join without rationalizin ... discuss

So yesterday I was adding a quote from Richard Collins of Linen on the Hedgerow to my sidebar widget, “What They’re Saying about OTA”.  To be taken seriously by other writers who are (or sh ... discuss

The Big Blogroll O' Vark®™©BY WAY OF INTRODUCTIONAs many Christians (and non-Christians, for that matter) know, Epiphany means "manifestation" or "showing forth." Since today is the Fe ... discuss

I am revisiting my post from yesterday titled "Ann Coulter ... Anti-Catholic Bigot" because I believe an important point needs to be re-emphasized.Since publishing my piece yesterday, I have received ... discuss

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Elephant in the Baptismal? The situation concerning the Archdiocese of Detroit  has become whole lot more interesting because of some blog posts that popped up like daisies recently. First, the ... discuss

Stephen Chase Brigham replaced slain abortionist James Britton in 1993 and later worked for the medical corporation that owned American Family Planning View Florida Abortion Clinics in a larger ... discuss

This may be one of those articles that is far more interesting to me than to anyone else, so you may need to bear with me. But at the end of the year it is always interesting to me to see which articl ... discuss

A few people have asked my thoughts on the latest "situation" between the Archdiocese of Detroit, Michael Voris, and Real Catholic TV. I wont go into the entire story if you haven't heard it, but ... discuss

I bring this up because it is getting some mistaken play in the blogosphere.  An apparently unconscious man was awake and aware after surgery.  Great news, but why is that a national story?  Becaus ... discuss

Reports of the blogosphere’s demise have been greatly exaggerated. Another year has come and (just about) gone and the blogosphere continues to be an integral means of communication, and this de ... discuss

-By Warner Todd Huston On Monday morning a story whipped through the liberal blogosphere (and unfortunately one generally conservative news source) that had the left gleefully attacking the Tea Party ... discuss

I am hoping that this will be my final article on the Driscolls and Real Marriage, at least for the time being. I do not want this subject to dominate my web site, but I do have one more thing to say. ... discuss

As I mentioned earlier during the month, Socon or Bust is folding up the tent. The scheduled departure date is scheduled for Fri. Dec.23, 2011. I’d like to offer a few clarifications, thoughts, ... discuss

Back in July, I wrote a reflection on an op-ed piece in the New York Times by Fear of Flying author Erica Jong, titled “Is Sex Passé?” The point of my post was that the Sexual Revolution, of whic ... discuss

Yes, it’s possible to feel compassion, even a sneaking admiration, for a man who was once accurately described as “lying, self-serving, fat-assed, chain-smoking, drunken, opportunistic [and] c ... discuss

Once again, I'm privileged to have my good friend, Amy Gerwing, contribute to my blog!  Amy is a wife, a mother, a conservative, and an inspiring woman.  Thank you, Amy.  Your thoughts, ... discuss

Sheila's over here getting eaten alive by trolls on the blogosphere. One even strayed over to bite me for saying essentially the same thing (she says it way better). I do advocate practicing accommoda ... discuss

Hosted by Acts of the Apostasy(Just like Conversion Diary’s 7 Quick-Takes Friday, but only half as long, and almost half as good.) 1. Why aren't there any big and famous Catholic Men's blo ... discuss

English Catholic blogger, Laurence England, sings his own composition, "Pyjamahadeen."   It's a light-hearted take on a derogatory term applied to the traddy sector of the Catholic blogosph ... discuss

“Over the Rhine and Into the Tiber” is the newest venture in the Catholic blogosphere, the brainchild of Rich Leonardi, former author of the now-defunct Ten Reasons blog, and subject of a recent p ... discuss

I have been relatively quiet these days in the blogosphere. I was away last week for Clergy Study Week, and I have been suffering from minor flu. Also, I have been busy writing articles for The BC Cat ... discuss

Ortega-Hernandez has now been charged with attempting to assassinate President Obama. While the right wing blogosphere continually attempts to link this guy to the Occupy Wall Street movement, I must ... discuss

I just posted this at my other site, KJVOnlyDebate.com, and thought my readers here would also be interested in it: John Chitty, known in the blogosphere as Captain Headknowledge, recently had the opp ... discuss

The Big Blogroll O' Vark®™©BY WAY OF INTRODUCTIONI found or received suggestions for some nice, fresh Lutheran blogging and also discovered two sites needing updated links, one of whic ... discuss

1. I like Herman Cain. 1.(a) Well, I liked the Herman Cain who was giving inspiring speeches and firing up a movement. The blaming, obfuscating Cain? Not so much. 2. I do not want Herman Cain to be ... discuss

I must say, I am shocked; I figured that they would keep it to silly posts mocking Herman Cain or Tut-Tutting him.  But no, the Trent Lott syndrome subset of the Republican Party, that Lilly white Re ... discuss




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