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 Today, at View From the Domestic Church, Donna-Marie Cooper O'Boyle, EWTN TV host of "Everyday Blessings for Catholic Moms," and "Catholic Mom's Cafe," journalist, speaker, and reviewer,&nb ... discuss

Rev. Cesar RubianoOur Lady of the AngelsTrenton, New Jerseyolatrenton05@aol.comRev. Msgr. Thomas Gervasio Our Lady of Sorrows / St. AnthonyMercerville/Trenton, New Jerseyinfo@ols-sa.orgRev. Gerard F. ... discuss

This Sunday's Offertory chant is one of the true marvels of the Graduale.  And here are Jeffrey Tucker's wonderfully curated polyphonic treatments, from the Chant Cafe archives.And here as an upd ... discuss

As I was sending out a reminder for the start of Chorister classes, I took a second glance at the roster and thought readers of the Chant Cafe might be heartened by some numbers.  Last year we ha ... discuss

Here's the link:, so now what? Shall I have the wife file her taxes separate fr ... discuss

More years ago than I care to admit, my sister started off her valedictory speech with a quote from Charles Dickens, A Tale of Two Cities. She of course was using it to refer to the many experiences ... discuss

foundationlife.netNothing to see here. Move along. Looking too closely into the root causes of this ongoing mass murder spree would lead one to "Islamophobic" conclusions. Sunni-Shi'ite Jihad Update: ... discuss

I was sitting at a table this morning, enjoying a psuedo-cafe breakfast of Starbucks frappicino and Poptarts with my wife. The store employee was sweeping and mopping when I noticed the wet floor caut ... discuss

There has been outcry over the years that the churches in general do very little to defend the unborn child.  Attempts to start ministries or have local churches involved in pro-life activities h ... discuss

This blog’s Matthew Flannagan will be speaking at Massey Presbytarian Church’s Night Church Service on the topic ”Is it Narrow-Minded to Think Jesus is the Only Way?“ Details ... discuss

I saw this on a friends Facebook page, and I hope I am not overstepping any bounds, but I figured since I can’t responsibly do much on the financial end the least I could do was spread the word ... discuss

Public Notice: Washington’s habit of waiting until the last minute to address major issues and this administration’s record of circumventing the legislative process with politically-motivated re ... discuss

Keeping in mind the scrutiny brought upon various groups by the IRS, I'd recommend viewing this video:, the IRS in action. I noted the comment made at about the twelve m ... discuss

I thought it would be a quiet day today. I didn't know the half of it.Tonight, I was invited by the wife of Sal's brother-in-law to their house for a Christmas party and gift exchange. She sets a real ... discuss

Wow. (Don't even have the time to mention my backlog or much background... I was hoping (see prior posts to reboot this weblog anyway, and not have to worry about that!) When at West Side just a bit ... discuss

Contact: Colby May, TBN, 202-544-5171,  LOS ANGELES, Oct. 24, 2012 /Christian Newswire/ -- On October 25 Trinity Broadcasting Network's award-winning music and ministry program Praise ... discuss

Contact: Craig Cable, 970-292-4697 LOVELAND, Colo., Oct. 9, 2012 /Christian Newswire/ -- Practical solutions for fixing the healthcare system will be discussed at Lifetree Café community forums fro ... discuss

 SOURCE:The Gateway Pundit Liberals Claim Food Stamps as One of the Great American Success Stories Success at last!(Frugal Cafe) Maybe Obama can run on his food stamp record tonight in his D ... discuss

The article below illustrates how incredibly outrageous our government is and indicates the kind of police state we are moving towards. If you dare to be a vocal opponent of the totalitarian wannabees ... discuss

From Bridges and Tangents By Stephen Wang I’ve just spent five days in a field a mile outside Walsingham, where the annual Youth 2000 summer festival took place last weekend. This little villa ... discuss

1,500 patriots gathered in downtown Cleveland today to rally against media corruption in Cleveland, Ohio today.It was the nation’s first “Occupy the Truth” rally against media bias and # ... discuss

One of the things I have both learned and struggled with while writing this blog over the past 3 years is that once you put ideas out in the universe in written form, they tend to stay there. It isn't ... discuss

In response to a question on an email list about how mornings worked at our house, I wrote: I am afraid to answer this question for fear I may spark discontment in houses all across the land and be re ... discuss

There have been so many things lately that have been reminding me of Lily...I have been considering getting a nanny job for quite some time. I figured I'd go for it, using (I've heard lots of ... discuss

The breakfast burrito, at the Miraloma Cafe, in Anaheim, CA. The Miraloma Cafe is a surprise sitting at the edge of an industrial area in Anaheim. Their breakfast burrito was another surprise - nicely ... discuss

Ashley Moser [pictured right] was also shot by James Holmes, and she is still in the hospital recovering. Relatives just broke the news to her about losing her beloved daughter in the shooting, and sh ... discuss

Ashley Moser [pictured right] was also shot by James Holmes, and she is still in the hospital recovering. Relatives just broke the news to her about losing her beloved daughter in the shooting, and sh ... discuss

Contact: Craig Cable, Lifetree Café, 970-292-4697 LOVELAND, Colo., July 26, 2012 /Christian Newswire/ -- The reliability of the Bible and the relevance of this old yet best-selling text will be dis ... discuss

         This list may not only be useful for you, but for your friends and family, too. YOU must ASK for your discount ! RESTAURANTS:Applebee’s: 15% off with Golden Appl ... discuss

An 18-year-old was found dead in an internet cafe in Taiwan where he had been playing Diablo III for 40 hours straight!Although the cause of death has not yet been determined, authorities are speculat ... discuss

... Man, now I want to hear the song from The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy soundtrack.For the record, no, I am not leaving or discontinuing my blogging. I am, however, saying goodbye to a lot of t ... discuss

If you are in Auckland this Sunday evening come along to Massey Presbyterian Church and ask Matt your burning theological questions. From the Facebook Page for the event: Sometimes we have unanswered ... discuss

For history buffs, Anglophiles, and all appreciators of resonant, meaty language, Churchill: The Power of Words, now on exhibition at the lovely, under-visited-by-us Pierpont Morgan Library (which ... discuss

Part II- I answered the question about whether or not Miss Mason would have used film if it were available to her,  briefly here, with a lot of quotes from CM showing she was familiar with movies (th ... discuss

With the election of an Islamist in Egypt Icontinue to be dismayed by the so called Arab spring. Prof Mansur is of a similar mind. ORAN, ALGERIA - A cool evening breeze brings relief over the fade ... discuss

Some of my most frequently viewed posts of late involve the issue of whether atheism provides any foundation for a system of objective ethics. Atheists, from what I can tell, are divided on the issue, ... discuss

This is an introductory post that is a part of a two-part series responding to Pope Benedict's call to breath a soul in into the digital world."Rather than for technical resources, although these are ... discuss

I would go to this! I can't have a cat, my husband is allergic. ... discuss

The Ole Plate, from The Train Depot, in Fresno, CA. At 4 1/2 stars on Yelp, I figured we just had to try out The Train Depot for breakfast on a recent trip to California’s San Joaquin Valley. Ye ... discuss

Locating a soul mate can be like an definitely impossible task for anyone. Everyone wants a partner they might truly match spiritually, emotionally and sexually. Ideally, you will probably share simil ... discuss

Well, I’ve got a long drive this morning … so it’ll have to be quick. Some synchronicity noted: Such as when “you are” and “u” “r” convolve whic ... discuss

I'm Making a Human. What Have You Done Today? | Hilarious Maternity Shirts | The Stir. Prolife-ism is becoming pervasive in pop-media. Check out the cheeky maternity fashions at Cafe Mom, Above, whic ... discuss

  I often think how much fun it is for the ladies whose babies are being born in the Facebook age. They have a vast audience to oohh and aahh at their baby's first photos, an instant birth a ... discuss

Informative and entertaining ... well worth your time to watch it (just under 7 minutes long): You can keep up with Boudreaux's letters at Cafe Hayek, the blog he shares with economist and hip-ho ... discuss

Obamanauts must have thought The Life of Julia was pretty clever, but oh, my goodness! It just begs to be skewered! I have been laughing this morning at how this backfired on them - showing really ... discuss

While walking the dog I got to thinking about how to reproduce preachers for growing churches. I've written before about my alternative to video campuses. But I started to think about how to teach pre ... discuss

The breakfast burrito at Fantastic Cafe, in El Segundo, CA. Near LAX, and near the ocean, Fantastic Cafe offers up a great breakfast burrito for a very reasonable price. I asked for the bacon version ... discuss

It's not just Obama's secret service agents that have been partying hardy in Colombia; last night it was 'diplomats gone wild' as Hillary Clinton partied like it was spring break -- knocking back a be ... discuss

A new painting in my 'male nude in the kitchen making coffee' series. I've painted this scene a few times, using various poses of the same theme.   Male Nu Cafe Artistique Masculin - Ebay Art ... discuss

* It's Holy Week!I haven't blogged much about Lent this year, for a couple of reasons. I sometimes feel as if I already said every relevant thing about Lent in the post that is so long it takes you 40 ... discuss

A couple weeks ago a lady struck up a conversation with me as I sat enjoying the weather at an outdoor cafe in Washington, D.C.  Not long into it she wondered what I did for a living. I told her pro- ... discuss

Be mindful of what businesses we patronize relative to their 2012 Election Cycle political donations, as reported by the Center for Responsive Politics. Shopping Price Club/Costco donated $225K, of wh ... discuss

For Christmas Joe's parents gave us a gift certificate to Marcel's, a five-star French restaurant in Northwest Washington, near George Washington University and Georgetown. Right across the street is ... discuss

We’ve heard this argument from the President over and over. He keeps saying that there’s nothing he can do right now that will drive down prices. Even if we start today, he and his surroga ... discuss

Contact: Craig Cable, 970-292-4697 LOVELAND, Colo., March 1, 2012 /Christian Newswire/ -- As the 2012 presidential campaign heats up, so does the discourse on the role of religion in politics and gov ... discuss

I’ve been working a bit behind the scenes to put together a video demonstrating that high gas prices were something the Obama administration sought from the moment they came into office. Heritag ... discuss

Discussion Group Topic: The Historical and the Mythological Jesus Poet & Pundit Cafe – The Historical and the Mythological Jesus – Wednesday, February 29, 2012, 7:00 PM Misquoting Jesu ... discuss

In yesterday's big speech in Miami on gas prices and energy policy, Obama admitted that he doesn't have a "silver bullet" solution for skyrocketing gas prices, but he did propose another one of his So ... discuss

Earlier this week, I wrote about my personal boycott of Starbucks because of its overt endorsement of a radical social agenda. For those caffeine-starved souls who have joined me and are now experienc ... discuss

On Tuesday, Claire and I, joined by our guests Ralph and Carol Kramper, had a very pleasant lunch at Dolce Cafe, the new restaurant on West Maple that we have frequented since its opening last summer ... discuss

Finally, a promise that did not come with an expiration date. If we had taken all these steps decades ago, like Brazil did when the call for energy independence was first issued, we’d be immune ... discuss

Poet & Pundit Cafe – Topic: Postmodern Art, Religion, and Censorship When? Wednesday, February 22, 2012, 7:00 PM Where? Cavallini’s 6700 South Street, Tinley Park, IL This week the gro ... discuss

The Monte Cristo Sandwich at the Cafe Orleans, in Disneyland. The Monte Cristo is described as “Sliced Turkey, Ham, and Swiss fried in a light batter and served with Berry Purée dusted with ... discuss

FBI ‘spot the saboteur’ guide: Cash, snorkel, US Constitutionarticle source: 13 February, 2012, Elena Medvedeva, Vitaliy Matvee ... discuss

Poet & Pundit Cafe Discussion Group: Tinley Park Train Station Topic – Can Science Can Determine Human Values? Wednesday February 15th, 2012 7:00 pm Cavallini’s 6700 South Street Tinley Park, ... discuss

Blue Corn Enchiladas, courtesy of The Range Cafe, in Albuquerque, New Mexico. What, you say? Blue Corn? Yes, there is a variety of blue corn. New Mexico-style enchiladas are served flat, with cheese a ... discuss

Recently, Jeffrey Tucker at The Chant Cafe brought our attention to a book published in 1977, that went almost unnoticed at a time when everything in the Church that wasn't nailed down was changing, e ... discuss

Chicago Area Events: Discussion Group Discussion Group Tonight 7:00 pm. Tinley Park Train Station…  Poet & Pundit Cafe: Topic – Philosophy: Who Needs it? Wednesday February 8th, 2012 ... discuss

Contact: Overflow Cafe, 416-703-7979 TORONTO, Canada, Feb. 7, 2012 /Christian Newswire/ -- Overflow Cafe is a Christian owned website promotion company that serves clients worldwide. In 2010 they off ... discuss

I recently watched Rebel Without a Cause, for the first time, and decided to highlight a breakfast in Paso Robles because of it. Why Paso Robles? It’s near the spot where James Dean crashed his ... discuss

Okay, Clint, you win. This is simply the best ad that aired during the Superbowl. America’s greatest on-screen tough guy promising that America is going to come back and kick ass? I love it: Cl ... discuss

Stop Fixating on the Administrative Overhead of Non-Profits - Megan McArdle - Business - The Atlantic But more broadly, the worry about charity overhead has gotten completely out of hand.  I've hear ... discuss

Should the Church Have to Dispense Birth Control? - Megan McArdle - National - The Atlantic I've seen several versions of Kevin's complaint on the interwebs, and everyone makes it seems to assume tha ... discuss

I don’t want to encourage violence, but I would warn Occupy: If I’m on the jury? No way the guy who beats the (profanity) out of you gets convicted.gine I’d have four or five like-mi ... discuss

On the night of January 13, Mark Anthony Cox killed his manager, Danielle Watson, at the Flying Biscuit Cafe in Charlotte as she was closing up. He wrapped her body in plastic and dumped it in the gar ... discuss

Contact: Craig Cable, 970-292-4697 LOVELAND, Colo., Jan. 24, 2012 /Christian Newswire/ -- Hollywood director Tom Shadyac, best known for Ace Ventura, The Nutty Professor, Patch Adams, Bruce Almighty ... discuss

There are some things in my "Open Tabs" on my blog browser and I would be remiss if I did not at least mention . They are things that I may or may not get to in terms of a full post, but I want to mak ... discuss

Contact: Samuel G. Maritan, Media Advisor, Fountain of Life, Inc., 877-543-3365, NEW YORK, Dec. 12, 2011 /Christian Newswire/ -- just announced their Holiday lin ... discuss

--1--I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving! We spent a glorious few days with Joe's parents in Williamsburg. The weather was beautiful. Joe enjoyed a round of golf with his dad, and we all had so ... discuss

Could Obama’s green economy dream be any more pathetic. Between Solyndra and the Volt, the entire green push seems to be going up in flames: Watch the latest video at Just a r ... discuss

Black Friday may be almost over, but the Christmas shopping season has only just begun. I don’t know about you, but I prefer to do most of my shopping in front of my computer, from the comfort ... discuss

Yesterday I urged my Facebook friends to be sure and save a bit of their Black Friday shopping dollars to spend instead with small businesses on Saturday, November 26. That's tomorrow and that's Natio ... discuss

We have loved the Capuchin Franciscan friars of Detroit since discovering the life of Detroit's and America's great saint, Father Solanus Casey.  We only wish there were more like Father Solanus ... discuss

     ... "In any case, Hitler called the cabinet together only very rarely after the first months of 1933 - the last cabinet meeting happened in 1937.  He preferred to "govern ... discuss

"Worst.  President.  Ever."With unemployment at 9.2%, the Obama Administration added over $9.5 billion in new regulations in one month.Heritage Action reported, via American Th ... discuss

Matthew 19:14 Jesus said, "Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these."Mark 10:15 "I tell you the truth, anyone who will not receive ... discuss

One of the books my agent is pitching right now is called Flashback. It's a legal thriller that has an underlying plot line of regretting one's life choices. Following is the Prologue. I'd love to hea ... discuss

Our friends at the Christian Phone Book are having a luncheon on Friday, October 21. I hope this won't hurt attendance...but I'll be there.  :) Come fellowship, share and learn with like-minded pro ... discuss

I’m not using that word off-handedly as a slur. I mean that the actual content of some of the demands found in their forum, especially the big ticket items in the list, seem redder than Trotsky ... discuss

I’m not using that word off-handedly as a slur. I mean that the actual content of some of the demands found in their forum, especially the big ticket items in the list, seem redder than Trotsky ... discuss

It was Grandfather’s birthday. He was 79. He got up early, shaved, showered, combed his hair and put on his Sunday best so he would look nice when they came. He skipped his daily walk to the town ca ... discuss

I was looking forward to spending an early dinner with Claire at a new restaurant in our area of town, a cafe and cake decorating shop started by a pro-life friend of ours from way back, Gina Sterns. ... discuss

Awesomeness on the Net!I am pleased to announce the winners of the 2011 Catholic New Media Awards! I put a mark beside my personal favorites, but please understand that each and all of these are excel ... discuss

CARPE DIEM: The Top 20 Political \"Heavy Hitters\" Lean Democrat OpenSecrets tracks political contributions by source, and also identifies the political leanings of the organizations who spend money ... discuss

Dr. Guzlowski was interviewed by host Lois P. Jones, and read various selections of poetry, on KPFK Radio’s Poets Cafe. To listen: ... discuss

Dr. Guzlowski was interviewed by host Lois P. Jones, and read various selections of poetry, on KPFK Radio’s Poets Cafe. To listen: ... discuss

-By Warner Todd Huston The Obama administration has been touting new Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) standards to be imposed on America’s automobile manufacturers saying that it will save ... discuss

Phyllis Schlafly by Phyllis Schlafly, Eagle Forum: If Congress can't repeal the law that banishes the Edison light bulb and forces us to buy Chinese-made bulbs we don't like, voters will ask, ... discuss

The blogger who uses the pseudonym Fjordman, and who has long argued that multiculturalism, particularly Muslim immigration, poses a threat to Western civilization, has finally revealed his identity a ... discuss

President Barack Obama has dreamed up some new mileage standards for our nation's auto makers. Manufacturers will undoubtedly meet these socialist utopian standards in the same fashion they've been d ... discuss

The administration is set to announce new CAFE standards today: Environmentalists pushed the administration to raise the current vehicle standard of 35.5 miles per gallon to 62 mpg by 2025. Automakers ... discuss

By: Marisa Alvarado FARMERS BRANCH, (MetroCatholic) – Out the back doors of Mary Immaculate Church in Farmers Branch, the main worship space is dimly lit on this July Saturday night. The only ligh ... discuss

So I walked out into the living room last week to discover these signs of predation.  You don't need to be a French trapper or a cryptozoologist to figure out what sort of animal crossed this way ... discuss

When it comes to music, I speak a different language. I can't sing, I don't play and instrument, and therefore I have never really focused on music on this blog very much. That being said, I love musi ... discuss

Vacation starts tonight. Off on a road trip … which is a thing we’ve never done as a family. My eldest daughter planned it (and hopes to drive to collect hours for the permit). He’s ... discuss

  (Joanne and I visited a precious Southern belle, thanks to our friend Connie). (Before I share my review of Just Too Busy, I want to share my joy of knowing Joanne as a friend. Joanne and I me ... discuss

From: CDFE  Sent: Friday, July 01, 2011 Subject: EPA Mileage Rules Will Cost You $$$ Does Barack Obama want to take over the auto industry...or destroy it?     If the EPA's p ... discuss

This is Matt Pinto's outstanding presentation from the 3rd International Theology of the body symposium: a truly great event. How to bring the Theology of the Body to theWorldHis notes are availa ... discuss

Latest book is edited, clean and crisp, yet bloated by another 5k pages. It's just a hair over 80k and reads well, much better than the one David's (my agent) been pitching to publishers (and will eve ... discuss

Last week I made my annual jaunt to Nashville which is always a fun trip. My favorite part of visiting Nashville is that it's like visiting New York except on a much smaller (and more manageable scale ... discuss

Singer Songwriters Like Metaphors… …or at least this songwriter does. Pardon my metaphor and I hope you enjoy an old homemade recording of my song: Angel Cafe Stay tuned, P.S. Here’ ... discuss

Singer Songwriters Like Metaphors… …or at least this songwriter does. Pardon my metaphor and I hope you enjoy an old homemade recording of my song: Angel Cafe Stay tuned, P.S. Here’ ... discuss

Speaker John Boehner This evening, House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) addressed the Economic Club of New York in New York, NY on efforts to create a better environment for private sector job growth ... discuss

Reed Stubblefield is on his way to his brother's cabin in a small Illinois town. He needs time to recuperate from a debilitating injury, he is traumatized by his wife's recent death, and he is writing ... discuss

I always know, when I read the reviews panning a movie I've been looking forward to, that I'm going to enjoy it. This rule proved true for me again in seeing Atlas Shrugged Part I.Taylor Schilling as ... discuss

[I] choose my wardrobe differently because when I wear something a little baggier, I’m like, nope, people are going to think I’m hiding something, so I better not wear that…. re just ... discuss

See sample video at: Contact: Craig Cable, 970-292-4697 LOVELAND, Colo., March 22, 2011 /Christian Newswire/ -- Best-selling author of The Shack, William Paul Yo ... discuss

 Cafe Mom says: "They're three of the scariest words a teenager can say to a parent. But a video of teenagers (and young adults) proclaiming "I Have Sex" is proof that parents are doing their job ... discuss

Ron Schiller, NPR's Senior Vice President for Fundraising, wasn't ready for his close-up. Thanks to James O'Keefe's investigation, the ugly Leftist, bigoted underbelly of NPR was on display for all to ... discuss

Photo via Astute Blogger By Jeff Blanco, Louisiana Conservative: I’m not a birther. I question Barack Obama’s birthplace, but not because of overwhelming evidence, but rather the lack of it. Jus ... discuss

Medieval Christians venerated saints; their bodily remains were often displayed in special containers, known as reliquaries. Covered in gold and silver and embellished with gems and semiprecio ... discuss

The Big Blogroll O' Vark®™©Thanks to all those who continue to blog, particularly to our new additions and to those who keep me posted about changes. After our extended hiatus, we boas ... discuss

What:  Victorian Christmas Stroll When: December 1-23, 2010 – 10am-8pm daily Where: Henry B. Plant Museum, 401 W. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, FL 33606 Cost: $12 for adults, $6 for childr ... discuss

One of my friends posted this beautiful prayer in a forum for someone who has been not only a cherished friend but also a spiritual mentor of mine for a long time and who is currently undergoing some ... discuss

List of Islamic Terror Attacks For the Past 2 Months Date - Country - City - Killed - Injured - Description 2009.12.10 Thailand Narathiwat 3 8 Three Buddhist women are torn to shreds by a remote-contr ... discuss

I was sitting at a table this morning, enjoying a psuedo-cafe breakfast of Starbucks frappicino and Poptarts with my wife. The store employee was sweeping and mopping when I noticed the wet floor caut ... discuss

re: "The White House is trying to argue that the bailout isn't so bad, it might not really cost $700 billion because some of the assets will appreciate in value. / ...[snip]... / But from my perspecti ... discuss

For his phenomenal work convincing just enough Catholic voters that pro-abortion, pro-infanticide, pro-human embryo experimentation Barack Obama was actually pro-life, Catholic law professor Doug Km ... discuss

List of Islamic Terror Attacks For the Past 2 Months Date - Country - City - Killed - Injured - Description 2009.12.10 Thailand Narathiwat 3 8 Three Buddhist women are torn to shreds by a remote-contr ... discuss

I recently took a leisurely stroll through my neighborhood, the much-ballyhooed "Little Italy" of Buffalo, New York.  Well, much-ballyhooed here, anyway.  I shant compare it to New York ... discuss

Lois Brown was tried in the Superior Court of Santa Barbara County of second degree murder and abortion in the death of Lucy Sanchez.Statements by Lucy before her death were corroborated by the testim ... discuss

Those of you who have read Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged, you know about the Twentieth Century Motor Company: “Well, there was something that happened at that plant where I worked for twenty years ... discuss

Day before Election - STRATEGY ROOMThe Lovely Bride and I had the pleasure of getting to meet Heather when we both recently dined at the "River Cafe" in Brooklyn. Heather co-hosted the 5pm hour with m ... discuss

by Deputy Diva Aren’t beauty queens supposed to be role models for others?  I guess this one didn’t consider that when she and her girlfriends went out to eat Saturday at the Posados Caf ... discuss

Kim Moreland has found an institution dedicated to reviving and supporting the art of making good movies.Speaking of movies, actor Kirk Cameron is a born again Christian and doesn't think he should ki ... discuss

Once again, I want to thank everyone who has said a prayer, left a comment, sent an e-mail, or made a helpful job suggestion in the last 24 hours. I resist the very idea of the blogosphere as a “ ... discuss

About Lauren Aljubouri:Monday, one of Aljubouri’s favorite teachers remembered the promising, talented young artist. “We need more non-conformists like Lauren Aljubouri,” Arrowhead High School a ... discuss

Marginal Revolution: Pay For It: Radical Water Privatization for Poor Countries Tyler Cowen makes the case for water privatization. Crowhill Weblog » Blog Archive » Care for the environme ... discuss

Peggy Noonan writes a postmortem for the Republican party:The Democrats aren't the ones falling apart, the Republicans are. The Democrats can see daylight ahead. For all their fractious fighting, they ... discuss

Call for photos: Down syndrome on Times SquareDear Friend: Celebrate the Buddy Walk's 14th anniversary by entering the Times Square Video Contest. The video, which showcases individuals with Down synd ... discuss

Talk about going to the extreme for this past 2-month HSBA Swap! Try driving over 1,500 miles to pick up a swap present! That is exactly how I got my swap buddy's gift last week. What a joy to actuall ... discuss

The winning entries in the Watcher's Council vote for this week are The Total Witlessness of Obama Apologists by Right Wing Nuthouse, and An Anatomy of Surrender by City Journal.Here are samples. Fir ... discuss

Unless the government watches closely, the airlines will kill you. That seems to be what many reporters and politicians believe... But, as ABC's crack investigative reporter John Stossel argues in th ... discuss

Annals of Anthropology: Vengeance Is Ours: Reporting & Essays: The New Yorker \"What can tribal societies tell us about our need to get even?\" Marginal Revolution: Rating \"Last ... discuss

It's Friday and time for another roundup of random links for your consideration:Some startling statistics that show the consequences of couples living together prior to getting married. It doesn't alw ... discuss

You know, reading this sweet article in the Washington Post, written by Franco Nuschese - owner of Georgetown’s Cafe Milano - and I was thinking, this would make a splendid movie, something on ... discuss

EconLog, Assortative Living, Arnold Kling: Library of Economics and Liberty \"Fewer people are getting married across class lines. This explains rising inequality, stricter sorting of neighborhoods, ... discuss

That means that YOU are listening!The Democrats' "Fake-Out America" adviser, Berkeley linguistics professor George Lakoff, must be beside himself. Despite Lakoff's years spent training Democrats to "f ... discuss

Econbrowser: Central bank independence Hamilton corrects Reich's errors and confirms what he gets right. Greg Mankiw's Blog: A Fairness Paradox The contradictions of fairness. CARPE DIEM: Inheritance ... discuss

Now that the weather is changing, it is time to get out the racquet's and tennis balls and hit the courts. The Miracle Quest is a Bravenet blog tennis practice and match challenges. I found the blog v ... discuss

Economist's View: The Deregulation Ideology among Economists A left-wing economist speaks honestly about regulations, greenspan, and the subprime mess. :: Daniel W. Drezner :: Thoug ... discuss

Take a look at the picture on the left. I’ll talk about it more further down in this post, but for now, I’ll just say that this is a sign that stands outside an abortion clinic in Chicago ... discuss

When I recall my Cedarville years, I don't think too kindly about the food eaten in the cafeteria. Most of it was palatable, but some of it - shepherds pie in particular - brings back horrible memori ... discuss

Yeah, so obviously it’s not Wednesday.  I could have tinkered with the posting date, but why?  No need.  Who am I to manipulate time like that?  Last night I sat here with the post screen op ... discuss

Yeah, so obviously it's not Wednesday.  I could have tinkered with the posting date, but why?  No need.  Who am I to manipulate time like that?  Last night I sat here with the post screen open and ... discuss

Volcker blasted Bernanke yesterday and endorsed Obama. | Capital Gains and Games Volcker on Bernanke and Obama. Megan McArdle (April 09, 2008) - Rubbing along \"Retail and fast food are pretty much t ... discuss

Will Wilkinson / The Fly Bottle » Blog Archive » Please Don’t Stop! Wilkinson in defense of happiness research. EconLog, American Mugabe, Revisted, Bryan Caplan: Library of Economic ... discuss

The guys over at RedState may have a point:I believe we should punitively tax oil companies and take from them as much as their profit as we possibly can, diverting that profit into the general fund o ... discuss

CVSTOS FIDEI AFTERNOON EDITION Benedict's America, a Model for Europe - Sandro Magister, ChiesaMixed Reviews on Vatican-Jewish Relations - John Allen, NCR Cafe...Vatican Communique on New Prayer for t ... discuss

CVSTOS FIDEI EVENING EDITIONLearning from Co-Cathedral Dedication - Erik Barajas, ABC13Faithful Flock Downtown to Co-Cathedral - Leigh Frillici, KHOU11New Co-Cathedral Dedicated - Greg Hurst, Houston ... discuss

This is the most frequently asked question on the Cafe Mom Down syndrome groups. Here's a fascinating study by Dr. Brian Skotko of Children's Hospital in Boston with responses from hundreds of women a ... discuss What celebs would look like if they moved to Oklahoma Ace: Woman stuck to toilet after sitting on it for 2 this real? Michelle Malkin: Glowbama! Gribbit: Time for McCain to Un ... discuss

From Fox News: A “stingy” Iranian man has received a court order forcing him to buy his neglected wife 124,000 red roses, the Daily Telegraph reported Monday. After ten years of nupti ... discuss

Marginal Revolution: Ron Bailey \" I give the carbon tax about a thirty percent probability of significantly ameliorating global warming and that is assuming that we engage China in a constructive ma ... discuss

RealClearPolitics - Articles - Bashing Private Oil Companies No Longer Valid ``It makes no sense doing business outside the First World. What you earn in a decade, you lose in a week when an unscrupu ... discuss

The blogosphere is abuzz about the professor who told his class that every baby with Down syndrome should be aborted.First of all, let's recognize this for the bigotry it is. Imagine if the screening ... discuss

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On the German ARD TV channel tonight, there is a "discussion" of euthanasia. Except they carelessly forgot to invite anyone who is opposed.Someone who is mentally handicapped costs the community 6000 ... discuss

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Blog Action Day: The Environmentkquote>For ever since the creation of the world His invisible nature and attributes, that is, His eternal power and divinity, have been made intelligible and clearly di ... discuss

Arrived home today from Dublin/London tour and am exhausted. Tour went wonderfully, capping off with a talk last night before a very positive and engaged, standing-room-only crowd of nearly 100 in the ... discuss

I'd like to draw special attention to pro-life blogs that have been covering the Aurora Planned Parenthood scandal. As part of the new media, some blogs serve the purpose of countering the old media, ... discuss

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