Topic: energy

The chart of the day This illustration, courtesy of Mark Perry, captures the incredible production out of “Saudi Texas” (Mark Perry’s terminology) in recent years. For the fourth straight month, ... discuss

Chair of the Board of Governors,Federal Reserve Systemby Ralph Benko, Contributing Author: Janet Yellen gave a widely noted speech, Perspectives on Inequality and Opportunity from the Survey of Consum ... discuss

Vatican City, Oct 31, 2014 / 02:11 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- The first major makeover the Sistine Chapel has had since 1994 brings with it a completely new LED lighting system and high-tech sensors that au ... discuss

Recent trade deals and high-level cooperation between Russia and China have set off alarm bells in the West as policymakers and oil and gas executives watch the balance of power in global energy marke ... discuss

Marita Noonby Marita Noon: Last week, 28 European leaders met at a summit in Brussels to reach a climate deal that would build on previous targets of a 20 percent cut in greenhouse gases, a 20 percent ... discuss

Sometimes you agree to help someone and they begin to take advantage of it by having you continue on longer than you were supposed to, or for less pay than they originally stated would be given, or t ... discuss

Sometimes you agree to help someone and they begin to take advantage of it by having you continue on longer than you were supposed to, or for less pay than they originally stated would be given, or t ... discuss

Sometimes you agree to help someone and they begin to take advantage of it by having you continue on longer than you were supposed to, or for less pay than they originally stated would be given, or t ... discuss

. . . Canadians Now Looking To Atlantic & Indian Markets After Endless Delays In USAccording to Reuters, “U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said on Tuesday during a visit to Canada that he would ... discuss

Thanks Jim Stephen Moore, who formerly wrote on the economy and public policy for The Wall Street Journal, is chief economist at The Heritage Foundation. Read his research. American workers and motori ... discuss

Following up on my piece Orwellian Deception: Three-Parent Babies Okayed in the U.K. where I outline how the government in the United Kingdom quietly changed the definition of \"genetic modificat ... discuss

The new UN report on women makes for grim reading, if you can decipher it. The reason that you may have trouble doing so is that the report, called the World Survey on the Role of Women in Developmen ... discuss

By the time I had published my second book in 2007, I had already become weary of the relentless attacks on the notion of God from certain scientists, and an ‘intellectual’ clique of atheists and ... discuss

A ‘Final Theory’ of God demonstrates that philosophy, science and religion are all saying the same thing, only in different ‘tongues’. But it also shows that they are all seeking the same thin ... discuss

Americans are more skeptical of their doctors than are Europeans. Instapundit: YEAH, BUT THEY’RE NOT JOURNALISTS NOW, THEY’RE DEMOCRATIC OPERATIVES WITH BYLINES: Bob Woodward: Today’s Journali ... discuss

Debt-Free: 9 Step System to Get Out of Debt Fast and Have Financial Freedom: The Quickest Way to Get Out of Debt Forever Reader Review: As someone who has struggled with credit card debt for a long t ... discuss

Kristi Porter, 678-600-8115, kporter@rethinkgroup.org ATLANTA, Oct. 27, 2014 /Christian Newswire/ -- Volunteering in ministry is a special thing. A volunteer gives their time and energy to help out ... discuss

Today I am continuing my series on productivity, and I am going to start with a short recap. I began the series by explaining what productivity is and why it matters [Part 1], then had you loo ... discuss

After six years of executive overreach, the last thing, it seems, we need is an "energetic president." But, as Alexander Hamilton shows in Federalist 70, "energy in the executive" -- expressed in thin ... discuss

In David Horowitz’ new book, Take No Prisoners, there is a surfeit of rage and an undercurrent of resignation. Horowitz was a red diaper baby and one of the leaders of the radical left movement ... discuss

by Rick Manning: Every autumn, gas prices fall providing consumers weary from peak summer prices a windfall. In 2014, Michael Green a spokesman for AAA estimated that Americans are spending about $2 ... discuss

by Alan Caruba, Contributing Author: September 19th was an anniversary you did not read or hear about in the nation’s news media. It marked six years—2008—since the first permit application f ... discuss

Well Obama has switched to climate change. One day global warming, the next climate change. And Leonardo DiCaprio may be just a guy, but he is right, he is not an expert in climate change. And he may ... discuss

I used to bet football games, and play occasional hands of cards (I’m mostly retired).  I did so mostly online – via a company based in Costa Rica.       Did I know the owner of the Costa ... discuss

Vatican City, Oct 25, 2014 / 07:30 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Director of the Vatican Museums Antonio Paolucci has rejected rumors that they are now renting the Sistine Chapel, adding that beauty is always ... discuss

. . . Are Plugging Up America's Economic Progress. Editorial Cartoon By AF "Tony" Branco Tags: editororial cartoon, AF Branco, American Energy Security, pluggin up progress, President Obama, Democrat ... discuss

Don’t carry on, that is, in the sense of panicking over what seems to be the moral collapse of the universe, or at least of our country. Followers of FRC know that we believe we must advance and ... discuss

This video of the dueling dancing priests reminded me so much of the James Cagney/Bob Hope dancing duel, I just had to find it and watch it again. And Bob and Jimmy are a lot older than those youngste ... discuss

An ever-increasing number of babies survive birth at earlier and earlier stages of prematurity. This welcome outcome is due in no small part to the development of specialized, neonatal “NICU” hosp ... discuss

Early voting kicked off today in North Carolina, the site of one of the nation’s most competitive U.S. Senate races. In the Tar Heel State, there is a clear contrast between the Senate candidates on ... discuss

Paleo Cookbook: 50 Fantastic Family Friendly And Fun Gluten Free Recipes (Paleo Recipes Book 1) Reader Review: If you’re collecting paleo recipes, this one’s a decent pick to add to your ... discuss

by Nick Cunningham: Slumping oil prices are putting pressure on U.S. drillers. The number of active rigs drilling for oil and gas fell by their most in two months, according to the latest data from ... discuss

Strongest Opposition Voiced in Hardest-Hit StatesWASHINGTON – Polling data released by the Partnership for a Better Energy Future finds that voters in Arkansas and nationwide have major concerns abo ... discuss

The following is posted with family permission.  May the Lord give to the family of Rosella Huether Mekvold and to all who mourn, comfort in their grief and a sure confidence in the Lord's loving ... discuss

Alan Caruba, Contributing Author: The joke is that Jimmy Carter is happy that Barack Obama has replaced him as the worst President of the modern era. It is a supreme irony that Obama’s campaign th ... discuss

I'm convinced that eating and exercising sensibly is part of living a healthy Catholic lifestyle. It gives you the energy and the stamina to be an active servant of the Lord. There may come a time whe ... discuss

El Picosito Copycat Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post and I’m proud to be working with the Beef Checkoff. I would have shared this recipe with you regardless, so the National Cattlemen’ ... discuss

This is long, so if you want a quick read, I've highlighted in red what struck me most. I ran the entire letter because it's not up on the Inside the Vatican website yet. But I recommend you sign up f ... discuss

As I continue this series on getting things done, I want to remind you of our definition of productivity: Productivity is effectively stewarding your gifts, talents, time, energy, and enthusia ... discuss

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Faux Climate Hero editorial cartoon by AF Brancoby Mike Duncan, Guest Editorial: As the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) moves forward with its plan to regulate carbon emissions from power plants ... discuss

I wrote my first anti-euthanasia article for Newsweek. Here is a small piece of, “The Whispers of Strangers,” which lamanted my friend Frances’ suicide under the influence of Hemlock Society (no ... discuss

The nearest TJ is 90 miles from me, and I don’t get in the car and go anywhere but to therapy and an occasional rare outing for very special occasions these days. However- a friend who lives cl ... discuss

It was back about 15 or 20 years ago, more or less, that Devvy Kidd was making headlines along with one Joe Banister in challenging the federal income tax. The matter interested me because I was prac ... discuss

Cosmopolitan published a love letter an aborting mother wrote to the baby she was planning to abort October 17, who she called “Little Thing.” So this baby has likely now been suctioned ... discuss

This is a pretty good read. Here’s the intro: We have been avoiding the topic, honestly, because it is a raw one for us.  In 2007 we lived through an ebola epidemic.  In the remote area of U ... discuss

It is always heartening to see the vast number of voices speaking up for the innocent and voiceless unborn.We never cease to be amazed by the vast array of profile ministries in this country.  On ... discuss

I wrote my first anti-euthanasia article for Newsweek. Here is a small piece of, “The Whispers of Strangers,” which lamanted my friend Frances’ suicide under the influence of Hemlock Society (no ... discuss

I am now deep into this series on getting things done, but before I go any farther, I would like to pause for a quick review. I began this series by explaining what productivity is and why it ... discuss

Note: None of the below missing documents have anything to do with all the sealed / hidden records / documents associated with incumbent President Obama (i.e, prior associations, FBI records, academic ... discuss

Editorial Cartoon by AF "Tony" BrancoToday in Washington, D.C. - Oct 16, 2014Although Congress is not in session and will not return until Nov. 12th after the Federal elections, today, the House Energ ... discuss

Wednesday of the Twenty--Eighth Week in Ordinary Time By BENEDICT AUGUSTINE“Now the works of the flesh are obvious:immorality, impurity, licentiousness, idolatry,sorcery, hatreds, rivalry, ... discuss

 Your “Heart” for Our Cause Can Save a Baby’s Heart . . . and Her Life! There is a miracle beating inside of you – your heart. If you live to an average age, it will beat almos ... discuss

By:  Melanie Hunter Dem Congressman Defends CDC Director: 'He' ... discuss

If this works out, it will absolutely revolutionize the way we use energy in the world. Say good-bye to greenhouse gases and radioactive nuclear waste. I pray that this breakthrough is substantiated b ... discuss

Books are free at the time I pasted the info here, but this does change. These are affiliate links, although I don’t get any affiliate love if all you do is download free books (and that’ ... discuss

Compiled by Andrew Topf : Running a multi-billion dollar energy company isn't easy. Just ask the executives in the corner suites of some of the energy companies that have gone bust over the years. S ... discuss

On the heels of seemingly relentless media hype over a propaganda piece circulating from the pro-assisted-suicide group Compassion and Choices (formerly the Hemlock Society), USA Today has published a ... discuss

As if we needed more evidence that pro-choice means one choice. An anonymous Reddit user, scaredthrowingaway, posted to the online news platform a letter to her unborn baby whom she plans to abort. In ... discuss

Here’s something the pro-abortion media won’t want to hear: the risks the pro-life movement will take to defend the defenseless and speak for the voiceless. On Tuesday, Oct. 14, pro-life advoc ... discuss

Senate Democrats want voters to believe they barely know the man. Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes in Lexington, Ky., on Monday. ReutersFrom The Wall Street J ... discuss

by Marita Noon: President Obama is trying, according to CNN, to “convince voters of a vigorous recovery that a majority still doubts.” Describing comments the president made on October 2 at Northw ... discuss

Running a multi-billion dollar energy company isn’t easy. Just ask the executives in the corner suites of some of the energy companies that have gone bust over the years. Some, like Enron, were ... discuss

by Alan Caruba, Contributing Author: I went out for a walk today and enjoyed seeing how the autumn leaves are changing color because autumn, simply stated, is one of the four seasons that affects the ... discuss

For the past couple of weeks I have been working on a series titled How To Get Things Done, and am continuing that series today [Part 1: How to Get Things Done, Part 2: Define Your Areas of Re ... discuss

Time can’t go backwards. (That frustrates me almost more than anything). During the time each of us is given, however, we learn lessons. Lessons made for sharing. Each one of us has a story, ... discuss

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker is in the fight of his political life. He’s survived an onslaught of attacks from Democrats and their left wing friends in the media. And he doesn’t get the credit ... discuss

Amazing Letter Responds to Woman Who Told Her Unbor ... discuss

A young woman writes an open letter to the child she is about to abort and posts it online. I want to start by saying that I am skeptical of this being a sincere post. I am actually praying that it is ... discuss

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Keystone XL pipeline Opponents march on the NationalMall in Washington, D.C.; Photo: Pete Marovich/Bloombergby Sean Hackbarth, Contributing Author: Opponents of the Keystone XL pipeline want you to ... discuss

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Gary Buaer, Contributing Author called attention to the following shift and apparent willingness by the Canadians to kiss-off the failed Keystone relationship with America that will have provided ne ... discuss

By:  Ali Meyer 1 in 3 Seniors Went Without Medical Care Due to ... discuss

 The largest pro-life display in Canadian history ignored by CBC News but network gives lavish attention to six women going to Maine to have their abortions By Mike Schouten Last we ... discuss

We have a word for doing too little: lazy. We have a word for doing too much: busy. But we don’t have a word for whatever comes in between. Not a good one, anyway. To say “I’ ... discuss

by Alan Caruba, Contributing Author: One thing that those of us who have been longtime observers and debunkers of the lies surrounding global warming and/or climate change have noticed is that the ... discuss

Ukraine President Poroshenko asked a joint meetingof Congress for military weapons to use against EastUkrainian separatists. The U.S. has already providedabout $60 million in nonlethal aid. [ARRA N ... discuss

English statesman, scholastic philosopher, theologian and bishop of Lincoln, was born of humble parents at Stradbroke in Suffolk. A.C. Crombie calls him "the real founder of the tradition of scientifi ... discuss

You've probably seen it happen. A woman in her 30s navigates a grocery cart full of children, some trailing behind through the grocery store. She has the signature plastic folder full of WIC checks, ... discuss

Today, more and more people are taking part in the revolution towards going green. This is fueled by the belief that we should all do our parts in order to improve the sustainability of the environmen ... discuss

I have been writing a series on getting things done and, because I don’t know how else to do it, giving you a glimpse into my world to show how I get things done. To this point I have sh ... discuss

by Ken Blackwell, Contributing Author: Historically, Democrats have been politically vulnerable on military issues. The recent missteps President Barack Obama has made in dealing with Islamic State ... discuss

Ironically, the same company which picks up aborted children from abortion clinics has been granted the contract to transport the Ebola contaminated materials for incineration from an apartment in Dal ... discuss

I am indeed still here.  The energy I spend at work, plus my preoccupation with other things going on in my life, have contributed to my silence since July, and the sparse postings for about the ... discuss

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What do APS, Rush Limbaugh Haters, and the Middle East nation of Qatar have in common? These days APS could stand for Astroturf Political Support. During the solar debate of 2013, APS operatives bou ... discuss

Republican Party Chairman Reince Priebus gave a speech focused on 11 principles for American renewal. They are eleven positive statements about what Republicans believe we must do about the challenges ... discuss

With growing disapproval of the Obama administration’s leadership and the increasing popularity of the Tea Party movement within Republican ranks, many observers—myself included—are hopeful and ... discuss

This reflection is taken from my book, Pro-Life Reflections for Every Day, which is available for purchase at: ProLifeReflectionsForEveryDay.org “You are the light of the world” (Matthew 5:14). R ... discuss

Pro-Life Club at University of Idaho – Moscow, ID: The University of Idaho Students For Life club has worked incredibly hard this semester to spread the culture of life on their campus through c ... discuss

Lucinda Friggins, Contributing Author: How can anyone say that the Obama administration hasn’t accomplished anything in 6 years? Here is the evidence:Pushed through Obamacare, no one can understa ... discuss

Nicolas Loris, Heritage Foundation: Sick of paying too much at the pump?If you are, there’s good news: There are policies Congress and the Obama administration could implement that likely would lead ... discuss

Today I am continuing this series on getting things done. Yesterday we saw that we exist to bring glory to God, and that, as Christians, we bring glory to God when we do good works for other p ... discuss

Back in February, EWTN showed a wonderful multi-part video tour of the Holy Land, hosted by a high-energy, vivacious and very faithful young woman named Diana von Glahn, who also produced the series, ... discuss

The Missing LinkHollywood recently put out a movie called, "Lucy", which surmises about what would happen to man if he could use 100% of his brain. In it, a woman named Lucy ingests a drug which incre ... discuss

But if I could find the strength not to bow to an evil system, I could at least hold on to my self-respect.  If you understand what you're doing and why, an abuser can never wholly control you.-- ... discuss

As someone who has handled DNA every day while at work in the lab, I can confidently say there is a lot we don't know about the information stored in this miraculous molecule or about how that i ... discuss

Here’s a link to a video of Michelle Fields interviewing Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. at the People’s Climate March in New York City over the weekend. Click to go to video He talks about the Evi ... discuss

Guest post By Megan HoytHello friends of Hildegard! Happy Feast Day! And when I say Feast Day, I don’t just mean a celebration of the life of St. Hildegard of Bingen. I also want to share some ... discuss

Recently I met a woman who confessed, “My life is not what I thought it would be.”  She went on to share the many regrets of her heart. Webster’s dictionary defines regret like th ... discuss

Scranton Chapter Marks The 40th Anniversary of Its FoundingBanquet to Honor Forty Year Fight for Life!Four decades  ... discuss

The Daily Beast published an article this week by Emily Shire titled, “Wendy Davis and the ‘Good Abortion’ Myth.” Lest the title confuse you, the author is combatting the noti ... discuss

The Daily Beast published an article this week by Emily Shire titled, “Wendy Davis and the ‘Good Abortion’ Myth.” Lest the title confuse you, the author is combatting the noti ... discuss

China’s ‘Peaceful Rise’ & the South China Sea - Shannon Tiezzi, The Editor Can China Best the West in Statecraft? - John Micklethwait & Adrian Wooldridge Is Democracy Over? - Roger Berkowit ... discuss

Does God care how we spend our time? Does the Bible speak to us in terms of how we manage our time? Does the Bible have anything to tell us about how we set our priorities? If so, how do we practicall ... discuss

En los Juegos Olímpicos de Invierno de este año, el ganador del oro en esquí de estilo libre, el canadiense Alex Bilodeau, confesó que su gran inspiración era su hermano mayor Frederic, que tiene ... discuss

When writing a book review, I am always hesitant to use phrases such as "life-changing" as they areso overused they have become meaningless. But when it comes to Greg McKeown's book Essentialism: The ... discuss

Text:  Matthew 18:1-20Grace and peace to you from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ.  Amen.In today’s current culture we tend to idealize childhood as this happy age of innocence.&n ... discuss

I have done dozens of searches for Homeschool Science, and today stumbled on what I was looking for – what I don’t know is why it hadn’t come up in previous searches. God’s De ... discuss

I have done dozens of searches for Homeschool Science, and today stumbled on what I was looking for – what I don’t know is why it hadn’t come up in previous searches. God’s De ... discuss

[Getty Images] Attending a conservative conference, even after a losing political season, encourages people. Liberals even when winning, mope. Conservatives, when losing, drink and have a good time ... discuss

Just a quick reminder of Mark Schauer's record. I think a lot of people forgot how atrocious this guy's record really is.---------------------------------------------------------------------1999 - Sup ... discuss

Last Wednesday, New Jersey governor and kinda-sorta-presidential hopeful Chris Christie took on a challenger in a townhall-style meeting, to discuss one of the burning issues of our time. You can agre ... discuss

Anthony Esolen’s book, 10 Ways to Destroy the Imagination of Your Child, probably has the best cover of any book published in paperback. Despite the old proverb about judging books by their cove ... discuss

9 August AD 1976 Lutheran pastor and theologian Hermann Otto Erich Sasse was born on 17 July 1895 at Sonnewalde, Lower Lusatia (Lausitz), Germany. He was the eldest of five children born to pharmacis ... discuss

Life is complicated. Life is full of responsibilities and opportunities, planned duties and serendipitous possibilities. There is so much we could do, but so little we can do. Many of us battl ... discuss

In recent days, I've been contributing to the #WomenAgainstFeminism hashtag on Twitter.I've been having lots of fun!That tag trended last night, which invited a lot of scrutiny from self-professed fem ... discuss

Writing about the age of John Milton, the British author A. N. Wilson once tried to explain to modern secular readers that there had once been a time when bishops of the Church of England were titanic ... discuss

The Pro Life Movement has shown great success for the Pro Choice Movement because the Pro Life Movement is a deliberate extension of the Pro Choice Movement. They have made abortion stronger by pushin ... discuss

Another great film from Dinesh D'Souza, America - Imagine a World Without Her - BOOM !The answer to that question is that the world would be much worse off than it is now without America, it's great w ... discuss

This post was written by one of our two summer interns, Kelly, a rising senior at Loyola University Chicago. I never thought that I would be involved in the pro-life movement, let alone become an inte ... discuss

In a recent post on the Orthodox Christian Network, Christina Pessemier makes the case that Orthodox Christians should not spank their children. She does not address any of the Scriptures that actuall ... discuss

Yesterday it was my birthday. I hung one more year on the line... Paul SimonSo maybe on my birthday I ought to have been out celebrating, or doing something a little special, but instead I stayed hom ... discuss

Now, from the big dog of satire, something that made me laugh out loud upon my first read (no small feat, since the Cubs just completed their annual implosion - at a later date than usual. I won't ev ... discuss

Now, from the big dog of satire, something that made me laugh out loud upon my first read (no small feat, since the Cubs just completed their annual implosion - at a later date than usual. I won't ev ... discuss

Now, from the big dog of satire, something that made me laugh out loud upon my first read (no small feat, since the Cubs just completed their annual implosion - at a later date than usual. I won't ev ... discuss

Now, from the big dog of satire, something that made me laugh out loud upon my first read (no small feat, since the Cubs just completed their annual implosion - at a later date than usual. I won't ev ... discuss

Now, from the big dog of satire, something that made me laugh out loud upon my first read (no small feat, since the Cubs just completed their annual implosion - at a later date than usual. I won't ev ... discuss

Now, from the big dog of satire, something that made me laugh out loud upon my first read (no small feat, since the Cubs just completed their annual implosion - at a later date than usual. I won't ev ... discuss

Now, from the big dog of satire, something that made me laugh out loud upon my first read (no small feat, since the Cubs just completed their annual implosion - at a later date than usual. I won't ev ... discuss

Now, from the big dog of satire, something that made me laugh out loud upon my first read (no small feat, since the Cubs just completed their annual implosion - at a later date than usual. I won't ev ... discuss

Now, from the big dog of satire, something that made me laugh out loud upon my first read (no small feat, since the Cubs just completed their annual implosion - at a later date than usual. I won't ev ... discuss

Phil Kerpen by Phil Kerpen, Contributing Author: When President Obama announced an unprecedented effort by the EPA to strong-arm states into adopting cap-and-trade, he made the announcement not b ... discuss

There's a video on YouTube that claims to be able to destroy "pro-abortion" arguments in two minutes by vlogger Buster Stein. I believe that we should be making the best arguments we can for the pro-l ... discuss

You will not make a successful sale if you do not adopt the right approach. Prior to going solo and listing your property, it’s good to sit down, read, learn, and then apply the tips and techniq ... discuss

"Warped mind" she says (below). I say her thoughts are a mirror into which it would behoove Americans to gaze long and hard. I resided in the State of Apathy for far too long - What can one person p ... discuss

The Star-Spangled Banner, which can be seen at the National Museum of American History.  by Amy A. Kass, Leon R. Kass & Diana Schaub, Intercollegiate Review: Can the American flag contribute to a ... discuss

Sometimes the connections below will seem a bit, um, whimsical, random, and loose.  Like loose tea leaves.  Or maybe more like what you’d find at a jumble sale where the books were sorted by a ... discuss

By Jean M. HeimannJune 13th is the feast of St. Anthony of Padua. With it being so close to Father's Day, my dad has been on my mind, so I thought I would re-post this popular post I wrote last year a ... discuss

Question: "What does it mean to “trust the bishop”? In Orthodoxy, the bishop is the central figure in the church. The priest is the bishop’s assistant, carrying out his will, and the people are ... discuss

Now, from the big dog of satire, something that made me laugh out loud upon my first read (no small feat, since the Cubs just completed their annual implosion - at a later date than usual. I won't ev ... discuss

China’s ‘Peaceful Rise’ & the South China Sea - Shannon Tiezzi, The Editor Can China Best the West in Statecraft? - John Micklethwait & Adrian Wooldridge Is Democracy Over? - Roger Berkowit ... discuss

I am beside myself with joy to see a Facebook post by my old (88) online friend, Leona Choy, who is writing yet another book. Leona became a Catholic in 2005 when “God surprised her with an 11th ... discuss

Antheraea polyphemus We found this fellow outside, and my children wasted no time settling him into their “butterfly house”. Close enough… We were especially impressed with his size ... discuss

A huge roundup of links for your weekend enjoyment. In today's edition: learning from Calvin and Hobbes, rethinking the grind, moon shots, Disney and God, and more.***********What Calvin and Hobbes&nb ... discuss

They are out to tax every part of our lives, even the grass cows eat, and they are out to control the cows from farting, cause they think it pollutes the atmosphere of all things. They have pushed har ... discuss

In Don't Forget Deborah - Part 3 (The Beauty of Submission), I wrote the following:When God was creating woman, He took one of Adam's ribs in order to form her. This small point is not insignifican ... discuss

Everyone relax.  I’m here. See?  I knew how worried you were. The last month has been an adventure, but a good one.  With Vision Forum closed, Perry’s job of 10 years came to an end. ... discuss

I like large cities but I prefer my small town near farmers' pastures and open spaces of the country. Architecture, culture and frenetic energy of urban life is exciting but the symphony of nature and ... discuss

Now, from the big dog of satire, something that made me laugh out loud upon my first read (no small feat, since the Cubs just completed their annual implosion - at a later date than usual. I won't ev ... discuss

So, today was my first appointment with my new dermatologist. I need to be followed every three months by my oncologist and a dermatologist to check for new melanomas. I arrive at the office and fil ... discuss

About that outrageous discovery from last week that British hospitals were burning fetal remains for energy use. Were you expecting a storm of protest? A big splash in the press? Quick and decisive ac ... discuss

The Bureau of Land Management’s imperious siege of the Bundy Ranch in Nevada compels me to re-publish this post. I ask readers to carefully research this issue and to decide for yourselves whether o ... discuss

Tony Miano recently wrote an article titled "Abortion Abolition is Not the Gospel". As far as that goes, we agree with Miano: abolition is not the Gospel. We have said the same thing ourselves on num ... discuss

Right around the first of the year we were sitting around a table at a Chinese restaurant and Gary says “This is not the most technologically advanced bunch. They need some vision and you’re the & ... discuss

My new migraine book is out under my pen name so I'd like to share my story about how I used to suffer from migraines. I used to have terrible migraines. I had them almost every day. They we ... discuss

Two more days and I come to the unofficial end of my second term in the state legislature. I'm running again and expect a primary. In making that decision I spent some moments reflecting on the good a ... discuss

Well, as much as many of you would like to think that I've turned into a tree-hugging, whale-saving, environmentalist, that's not the 'green' I'm talking about.  When, I say, "We're Going, Green! ... discuss

Do you feel scared when you start something new? Does the learning process feel foreign? Logically we know this awkward feeling is normal, but that doesn’t dismiss insecurity or fear. So how do ... discuss

Depression sucks. I hate it when I struggle. Truth is last year was one of the hardest I’ve had in over a decade. For a number of reasons I fell prey to a dark depression and it took the life r ... discuss

“Fascinating!” “Awesome!” “I loved it!” These are just some of the comments that sum up the reaction of the dozens of teens and adults who attended our TeenSpeak ... discuss

  In this week’s Republican address, Reps. Susan Brooks (R-IN), Gregg Harper (R-MS), Martha Roby (R-AL), and Fred Upton (R-MI) call on President Obama to support House-passed bills that address ... discuss

Today n Washington, D.C. - Jan 31, 2014The Senate is not in session today and will reconvene at 2 PM on Monday. On Monday, the Senate will consider the conference report for H.R. 2642, the farm bill. ... discuss

 McConnell: ‘Mr. President… Pick Up That Pen You’ve Been Talking So Much About And Make This Happen’SEN. MITCH MCCONNELL (R-KY): “This report from the Obama administration once again ... discuss

Putting all that time and creative energy to some things that would be extra useful. Original PostingRead more →The post Not Your Mama’s 4H Project Ideas appeared first on Foundation Life. ... discuss

(Vatican Radio) The Vatican Museums and the Italian energy and technology company ENEA have signed a joint cooperation accord aimed at developing ...» Original PostingRead more →The post Vatica ... discuss

As a government adviser says schools should ban the sale of energy drinks to children - after a report found they contained 13 teaspoons of sugar each - mother of three Samantha Washington asks why st ... discuss

Federal offices closed in Washington, New York's mayor urged people to stay off the streets, thousands of flights were grounded and energy prices surged as a winter storm intensified off the East Coas ... discuss

I first saw this today at Inhabitat's blog. I have seen roofs with panels that heat water. I have seen solar panels on roofs. But now SolTech Energy in Sweden figured out how to combine them. The thin ... discuss

By PETER JESSERER SMITH | WASHINGTON — Organizers for the 2014 March for Life have placed a greater focus on turning the energy from this year’s pro-life march into positive pro-life ... discuss

As hundreds of thousands are making the trek to Washington D.C., San Francisco, or other local communities for marches for life, is it really worth it?   Does this really translate to hundreds of ... discuss

The world of travel has changed greatly, with more people seeking eco-friendly options, closer contact with nature, and vacations that support a healthier lifestyle. Original PostingRead more →T ... discuss

Feeling sluggish? A few simple tricks can help you feel more awake. Original PostingRead more →The post 9 energy boosters to help you feel more awake appeared first on Foundation Life. ... discuss

Now, from the big dog of satire, something that made me laugh out loud upon my first read (no small feat, since the Cubs just completed their annual implosion - at a later date than usual. I won't ev ... discuss

Now, from the big dog of satire, something that made me laugh out loud upon my first read (no small feat, since the Cubs just completed their annual implosion - at a later date than usual. I won't ev ... discuss

Now, from the big dog of satire, something that made me laugh out loud upon my first read (no small feat, since the Cubs just completed their annual implosion - at a later date than usual. I won't ev ... discuss

Now, from the big dog of satire, something that made me laugh out loud upon my first read (no small feat, since the Cubs just completed their annual implosion - at a later date than usual. I won't ev ... discuss

Now, from the big dog of satire, something that made me laugh out loud upon my first read (no small feat, since the Cubs just completed their annual implosion - at a later date than usual. I won't ev ... discuss

Now, from the big dog of satire, something that made me laugh out loud upon my first read (no small feat, since the Cubs just completed their annual implosion - at a later date than usual. I won't ev ... discuss

Gov. Chris Christie Alan Caruba, Contributing Author: I watched the 107 minute press conference by New Jersey Governor Chris Christie on Thursday, but I must admit that I almost fell asleep towards t ... discuss

It is not Republicans who are at war with the poor, as Democrats contend, says Rep. Michele Bachmann. The Obama White House's war on the energy sector is hurting the poor, she says. Original PostingRe ... discuss

Now, from the big dog of satire, something that made me laugh out loud upon my first read (no small feat, since the Cubs just completed their annual implosion - at a later date than usual. I won't ev ... discuss

Now, from the big dog of satire, something that made me laugh out loud upon my first read (no small feat, since the Cubs just completed their annual implosion - at a later date than usual. I won't ev ... discuss

Now, from the big dog of satire, something that made me laugh out loud upon my first read (no small feat, since the Cubs just completed their annual implosion - at a later date than usual. I won't ev ... discuss

Now, from the big dog of satire, something that made me laugh out loud upon my first read (no small feat, since the Cubs just completed their annual implosion - at a later date than usual. I won't ev ... discuss

Now, from the big dog of satire, something that made me laugh out loud upon my first read (no small feat, since the Cubs just completed their annual implosion - at a later date than usual. I won't ev ... discuss

Now, from the big dog of satire, something that made me laugh out loud upon my first read (no small feat, since the Cubs just completed their annual implosion - at a later date than usual. I won't ev ... discuss

Now, from the big dog of satire, something that made me laugh out loud upon my first read (no small feat, since the Cubs just completed their annual implosion - at a later date than usual. I won't ev ... discuss

Now, from the big dog of satire, something that made me laugh out loud upon my first read (no small feat, since the Cubs just completed their annual implosion - at a later date than usual. I won't ev ... discuss

Now, from the big dog of satire, something that made me laugh out loud upon my first read (no small feat, since the Cubs just completed their annual implosion - at a later date than usual. I won't ev ... discuss

Now, from the big dog of satire, something that made me laugh out loud upon my first read (no small feat, since the Cubs just completed their annual implosion - at a later date than usual. I won't ev ... discuss

Now, from the big dog of satire, something that made me laugh out loud upon my first read (no small feat, since the Cubs just completed their annual implosion - at a later date than usual. I won't ev ... discuss

The top Republican on the Senate Energy Committee on Tuesday urged an end to a decades-old U.S. ban on exporting crude oil, saying it will disrupt supply and discourage U.S. production rather than kee ... discuss

The frigid cold that set records across the Midwest, stopping trains and planes and driving up energy use, may deliver the coldest day across the U.S. in almost 20 years by a measure of heating demand ... discuss

-- If you work, then from time to time, you need a rest.  Hence the wisdom of things like keeping holy the Lord's Day and the seventh-year jubilee.  If you refuse to take time off, then soon ... discuss

After the holidays, it’s not unusual for many of us to experience a dip in energy and need a nice cup of coffee to get us going. It’s amazing how people on the other side of the world appreciate c ... discuss

Msgr. Robert Hugh Benson (1871-1914)Some of the most worthwhile literature, both fiction and non-fiction, is that which leads us to other worthwhile literature.  I came upon something interesting ... 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

After my post on Impractical Catholic, “Conservative ‘cafeteria Catholics’ on parade”, got linked into Facebook, my fellow Catholic Stand writer, screenwriter/producer John Darrouzet, asked me ... discuss




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Where the Rubber Hits the Road Dec 31, 1969, 7:00 pm
Where the Rubber Hits the Road Dec 31, 1969, 7:00 pm
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