Topic: energy

On Wednesday, the Senate failed to override President Obama’s veto of legislation authorizing construction of the Keystone XL pipeline.The legislation was vetoed by President Obama on Feb. 24, 2014; ... discuss

by Sean Hackbarth, Contributing Author: Something to think about after the Senate failed to override President Obama's Keystone XL veto is that not long ago, pipelines weren’t tied up in regulatory ... discuss

By:  Patrick Goodenough U.S. representative to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Ambassa ... discuss

by Paul Jacob, Contributing Author: Apparently, it takes a federal government to move a village.Thinning ice sheets have made it hard for the people of Kivalina, a seaside village in Alaska, north ... discuss

U.S. Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL): “When we go to our states, the group we have the most complaints about from our constituents—whether it’s highway people, whether it’s farmers, whether it’s ... discuss

by Phil Kerpen, Contributing Author: The rule of law is in grave danger, as federal regulators use ever thinner legal pretexts to enable vast public policy changes without votes by our elected represe ... discuss

by Alan Caruba, Contributing Author: On Wednesday, March 4, the Supreme Court will hear the King v. Burwell case. It is likely to deliver a death blow to ObamaCare when the decision is announced in a ... discuss

(Yes, it’s been a while since I blogged here. I’ve been busy with my podcast “Consider This”. However, I just had to come out of blogging semi-retirement to comment on this.) B ... discuss

  For the last several weeks the American and the Israeli national press, as well as the American Jewish press have debated the wisdom of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s decision to acc ... discuss

by Alan Caruba, Contributing Author: In 1933, approximately 9.5 million Jews lived in Europe, representing 1.7% of the total European population which, in turn, was about 60% of the Jewish world popul ... discuss

Brethren: Peace be with you.Today I want to share with you this quote from the Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Church, and offer it for your Lenten reflection, specially the highlighted parts ... discuss

by Alan Caruba, Contributing Author: It is a sure sign that the advocates of the “global warming” and “climate change” hoaxes know that the public no longer believes that the former is occurri ... discuss

They’re Here to Helpby Seton Motley, Contributing Author: Remember “Cap and Trade?” The anti-market allegedly “market-based” “solution” to man-faked global warming climate change?A cen ... discuss

Washington D.C., Feb 26, 2015 / 06:28 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- The State Department’s new LGBT special envoy will promote human rights abroad but could also pose a serious threat to religious freedo ... discuss

by Alan Caruba, Contributing Author: The carnival in Rio de Janeiro from February 13 through the 17th was one heck of a party. It was celebrated by the locals, plus an estimated one million visitors, ... discuss

I had barely submitted this article for publication when I was made aware of an article that claims researchers at MIT had proved that atoms naturally produce life. The article claims that the “new ... discuss

By the end of Day Two, the material in the universe had not changed from the beginning of Day Two. The universe was still composed of hydrogen, helium and traces of beryllium and lithium. And there we ... discuss

Today in Washington, D.C. - Feb. 25, 2015Yesterday, President Obama vetoed the job creating, pollution reducing, bipartisan Keystone XL Pipeline. Speaker John Boehner responded to the veto calling it ... discuss

PRESIDENT Education: Middle/High School, FT EmployeeMount Mercy Academy (Buffalo, NY)Search for the President Mount Mercy Academy, a private Catholic college-preparatory school educating young women, ... discuss

  ----- Original Message ----- From: Generation YES Sent: Wednesday, February 25, 2015 Subject: Student Technology Integration Support: GenYES ... discuss

Shawn Carney, Campaign Director, 40 Days for Life:   One of the most common questions we get is:                    ... discuss

Today in Washington, D.C. - Feb 24, 2014:The Senate reconvened at 10 AM today. At 2:15, the Senate will resume consideration of the motion to proceed to H.R. 240, the House-passed Homeland Security ap ... discuss

Sean McGarvey, President of the AFL-CIOBuilding Trades depart.addressing participantsat a Keystone XL Rally in Des Moines, Iowasaid thousands of workers would be helped by President Obama approvi ... discuss

by Alan Caruba, Contributing Author:Some say in ice. From what I've tasted of desire. I hold with those who favor fire. But if it had to perish twice, I think I know enough of hate. To say that for de ... discuss

The key to understanding the account of Day Two in Genesis is the word in verse 6 that has been translated as “the firmament.” Again, for ease of reference, here is the full account of Day Two. Re ... discuss

The Republican Party has an embarrassment of riches in good prospective presidential contenders for next year’s race. Thus Gov. Jeb Bush’s debut speech — on February 4th, in Detroit, the sta ... discuss

American Electric Power and FirstEnergy  have been trying to leverage their positions as monopolies to drive rooftop solar out of West Virginia. The goal is to force a private sector competitor out o ... discuss

Union Supported:‘Not Just A Pipeline,’But ‘A Lifeline For Thousands’Editorial Cartoon by AF Brancoby Marita Noon: After six years of dithering, the Keystone pipeline project has finally cleare ... discuss

by John Grimsley and John O'Shea, M.D., Center for Health Policy Studies, Heritage Foundation: Doctors in their day-to-day practice already face a mound of federal regulations.Now, starting Oct. 1 ... discuss

Rational discussions about National Socialism are often hard to come by.  The word “Nazi” has become a vitriolic buzzword that only the Left has a license to use, especially against conservatives ... discuss

I'm somewhat ambivalent about #MuslimsForLent.On the one hand, I appreciate the sentiment. It always seems like Christians are the one doing the interfaith outreach. They're like that friend who's alw ... discuss

Yesterday I was told a story that I can't confirm whether or not it actually happened but it was good to hear because it reminded me of something I (and, let's be real, most people) sometimes do: judg ... discuss

Ladies Home Journal, Feb. 1913 The Girl Who Works: Some Intimate Little Talks About Her Personal Problems By Martha Keeler IN THE confusion of city sights and noises the figure of the postman, toilin ... discuss

By Mitchell Kalpakgian, Ph.D. “What about the soul? Will the soundness of a soul consist in disorder or rather in a certain order and proportion?”—Socrates, Gorgias Psychological studies and soc ... discuss

If Iraq fails to deliver, the world could see oil prices surge at some point in the coming decade.by Nick Cunningham:  It may be difficult to look beyond the current pricing environment for oil, ... discuss

At the Christian Coalition, we believe that America needs to develop its own energy resources, for the sake of national security and economic health. Right now, the United States sends about a billi ... discuss

by Bill Wilson: As U.S. Senators take up the nomination of Loretta Lynch for Attorney General, they should keep an eye across the country on the scandal enveloping now-former Oregon Governor John K ... discuss

Former FL. Gov. Jeb Bushby Ralph Benko, Contributing Author: The Republican Party has an embarrassment of riches in good prospective presidential contenders for next year's race. Thus Gov. Jeb Bush ... discuss

A few thoughts after reading this blogpost I saw listed on ProLifeBlogs.comWhen you set up your social media, you have to put some thought into how much energy you devote to trollish behaviour.You may ... discuss

We should be clear at the outset what we will be doing in this analysis. We will not simply be substituting God for those things science cannot yet explain, although it is remarkable that Genesis does ... discuss

“Not politics, not Republicans and Democrats. It’s about jobs. It’s about energy. It’s about infrastructure. And it’s about hope.” ~ Gov. Mary FallinWASHINGTON, DC - Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fal ... discuss

Thursday was very special because I got to meet for the first time *in person* one of my dearest friends, who I first connected with online because of our precious baby girls in Heaven, Lily and Rache ... discuss

The Best Time To Drink Coffee According To Science You can drink coffee anytime you want. But that’s not always good. Drinking a cup of coffee first thing in the morning gives you energy. Drink ... discuss

Over in our Evangelical Channel, a brief post by Samuel James, entitled “50 Shades of Self-Loathing” has gone mega-viral. In conversation with an Evangelical friend, I’ve learned tha ... discuss

Mr. President: It's a No-brainer: SIGN the bill!Today in Washington. D.C. - Feb 13, 2015This morning, House Speaker Boehner and Senate Majority Leader McConnell signed S. 1, the bill authorizing the c ... discuss

This week a colleague left work as part of a "force reduction" at my company. In her parting email she wrote "Feels like destiny, but more of a happenstance, my atheist self won't let me get away with ... discuss

Wow! The Man-made Global Warming Hoax is a Hoax. Who saw this coming except anyone investing five minutes examining the scientific evidence from both sides? Or anyone remembering this is the same crow ... discuss

A Dallas news station has produced a touching story about a Down syndrome boy whose diligent work has made an impression on his employer and proved everyone wrong. 18-year-old Nick Jones has a part t ... discuss

Today in Washington, D.C. - Feb. 12, 2015The House convened at 10 Am today. The Senate reconvened on at 9:30 AM today. The Senate began consideration of the nomination of Ashton Carter to be Secretar ... discuss

Laura Rambeau Lee, Guest Column: With Romney dropping out of the 2016 presidential race, the media wants us to believe Jeb Bush is the GOP frontrunner.It is still very early to make any predictions. I ... discuss

Why has American Sniper struck such a chord with the American public? No doubt in part this is due to the incredible storyline and cinematography, but other factors are certainly at play in such a blo ... discuss

This post is more of a journey through homeschool planning over my entire homeschooling career than a review, but in the end, I did come down to two planners to review – and I mentioned a few o ... discuss

 Pro-abortionists and their “myths”: an exercise in futility By Dave Andrusko This past weekend a friend forwarded me a post that app ... discuss

We tend to react to new technologies in one of two ways: Wide-eyed terror or breathless excitement. Some people look at that new gadget and see it as the enemy, the latest in a long line of in ... discuss

by Jim Hoft With The Gateway Pundit on Monday, February 9, 2015 Conservative author, columnist and activist Star Parker told Sean Hannity on Monday that President Obama’s remarks at the National P ... discuss

by Alan Caruba, Contributing Author: “When reporters forfeit their credibility by making up stories, sources, or quotes, we are right to mock them. When their violations are significant or repeat ... discuss

How our favored myths can bring self-destruction. This will only state the obvious, which we are inclined to overlook. We search for enlightenment by looking far from where we happen to be. Thereby w ... discuss

In a recent article in the New York Times, Tomasz Śliwińsk shared about his newborn son, Leo, who was born with a life-threating condition called Congenital Central Hypoventilation Syndrome (C.C.H.S ... discuss

The late Martin Gilbert brought to his work a classic devotion to accuracy and original sources.  Historian Martin Gilbert in 1968, working at his home near Oxford, England. ... discuss

by Alan Caruba, Contributing Author: “In short, climate change is not worse than we thought,” wrote Bjorn Lomborg in a recent issue of The Wall Street Journal. He is best known as the author of ... discuss

  Y’know . . . I don’t mind admitting when I’ve screwed up or made a bad decision or said something before I had all the facts. Some people can’t bring themselves to admit they’re wr- ... discuss

There has been an unusual amount of public reflection from would-be GOP presidential candidates in recent weeks on the role of the federal courts in our republican system. In our latest essay, we arg ... discuss

London, England, Feb 4, 2015 / 04:02 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Despite warnings from religious leaders and scientists, British lawmakers have voted to allow a version of in-vitro fertilization that uses th ... discuss

Since reverting back to my Catholic Faith, this is one of my favorite feasts. I just love the look and feel of candlelight!Candlemas is a feast of hope. It comes halfway between winter and spring. It ... discuss

Have you ever been just sucked into such a whirlwind that you felt you were doing good just to make sure your teeth were brushed and all the urgent things of life tended to? Like you were on a wild ri ... discuss

Edward F. Hills is best known for his 1956 book The King James Version Defended: A Christian View of the New Testament Manuscripts (Christian Research Press). Assessments of Hills’ legacy are of ... discuss

Day 9 of the Hwtc paleo challenge (see details on my blog on day 1) is almost over and I am still clean with the challenge one quarter of the way over.   At the end of week one my partner and I a ... discuss

Even though the New York Times and other media outlets routinely ignore the March for Life, the annual March on the anniversary of Roe v. Wade is one of the most significant phenomena in recent Americ ... discuss

Text: Mark 1:14-20Grace and Peace to you from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ. Amen.It’s coming.  It is drawing near.  It is invading.What is coming, drawing near, and invading? I ... discuss

I traveled to the March for Life in Washington D.C. with Trivium school.  The students are so enthusiastic. We started with mass at St Paul Cathedral in Worcester where we got fueled up on the bl ... discuss

Links? Ms Warren (is probably not running). Macular degeneration and a possible cause. Bake your own energy bars, with some help. State solvency and some suggestions for the basket case states. (earl ... discuss

Text: John 1:43-51Grace and Peace to you from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ. Amen.Can anything good come out of Nazareth, this tiny town of Nazareth that was not mentioned in the Old T ... discuss

The Supreme Court has announced it will be making a decision regarding the constitutionality of homosexual so-called same sex marriage.The Court might rule that deciding about the issues is, as the Co ... discuss

Well, sometimes you wish you had more to say than you actually do. Of course, there are those other times when you wish you had said far less than you actually did, this isn’t one of those time ... discuss

I adjusted the Christmas Countdown calendar today! Yesterday we concluded the Christmas season, and I am already looking forward to next year’s celebration! But in the meantime, we take the joy, ... discuss

So. Hitting the nail with the noetic hammer. We would be guessing alcohol was involved. Energy weapons, … although the writer misses that one suggestion is that energy weapons are used in space ... discuss

Apparently, you won’t have to wait until the summer to get your homeschool inspiration on this year. Great Homeschool Conventions is branching out into the Lone Star State in a big way with a n ... discuss

We Elected to Take the Red Pills - and They Keep Jamming Us With Blueby Seton Motley, Contributing Author: The American people in November overwhelmingly, historically rebuked President Barack ... discuss

(Another example of Luther's heresy against our Lord) The Church acted most impeccably and pastorally in putting down Luther's revolt in the fourteenth century. Let that be our reflection, that it m ... discuss

35 Easy Weeknight Dinners – The Recipes for Mexican Food and The Mexican Dinner Recipes Edition (Quick and Easy Dinner Recipes – The Easy Weeknight Dinners Collection) Reader Review; Auth ... discuss

Science is the process of determining the behavior of matter (the universe) using observation, testing (controlled observation), and reason; with reason defined as the ability to observe, comprehend a ... discuss

From over at the Margaret Sanger blog a great piece on the valuable niche the Stanek Report now fills:   If You Like Drudge, You Will Love the Stanek ReportA powerful pro-life internet prese ... discuss

Families across the Christian world are gathering for Christmas even now, with caravans of cars and planeloads of passengers headed to hearth and home. Christmas comes once again, filled with the joy, ... discuss

Today the Church celebrates the optional memorial of St. John of Kanty, priest.St. John was born at Kanty, in the Diocese of Krakow, Poland in 1390 to Stanislaus and Anne who were pious country people ... discuss

Over $1.5 million on private jets to fly Bill& Hillary Clinton to stump for variouscandidates who lost their 2014 midtermsAnn Louise Wilcox, Bankrupting America: President Obama has signed into law th ... discuss

Text: Luke 1:26-38Grace and Peace to you from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ. Amen.In today’s Gospel reading we hear that the Angel Gabriel came to Mary in order to foretell the comin ... discuss

The following commentary written by a leader of the Ohio Liberty Movement and the Portage County Tea Party was emailed to me over the weekend. Tom Zawistowski is a fervent patriot who wants ... discuss

There seem to be two camps when it comes to other people's opinion of those of us who foster children. Either they are fully supportive and paint you as a saint lavishing you with the praise you know ... discuss

Here's how we know that the unborn (the human embryo or fetus developing in utero) is a living human organism—a member of the species Homo sapiens.We know that the unborn is living because he o ... discuss

There are those in the Orthodox Church who say that we should have nothing to do with the culture wars that have been raging in our culture since the 60's. They accuse conservative converts of trying ... discuss

Today in Washington, D.C. - Dec. 8, 2014: The House convened at Noon today. They will consider several naming and designations of Government building and highways. The House may consider H.R. 5781 ... discuss

Today we remember Blessed Phillip Rinaldi, a Salesian priest.Phillip was born on May 28, 1856 at Lu Monferrato (Alessandria). Philip met Don Bosco at age 5, and at the age of 22, joined him in the Sal ... 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

We are very fortunate here to see what most birth moms may never see. Many of you may have accomplished this ( I know) but we don't hear about it that often. One of us  "recovered" and gone on to ... 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

We have talked about a lot of different charities and ways that one person can make a difference in this world, but it doesn't always mean joining an organization or spending a lot of time or energy. ... discuss

by Diane SteinbachMaking Whole is a bi-monthly art therapy column focused on art to heal. Those of us who have been through any kind of pain in life, be it a romance ending, a death in the family, a l ... discuss

I've seen those pictures of pregnant women painting their big bellies to look like basketballs or pumpkins or what-have-you, but that's just not me.  I find it mildly repulsive.  I find it i ... discuss

"WE ARE WHAT WE CHOOSE" By Amazon.com founder Jeff BezosFrom News at Princeton - 2010 Baccalaureate remarks"We are What We Choose"Remarks by Jeff Bezos, as delivered to the Class of 2010BaccalaureateM ... 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

In Maryland, it's obvious the truth has been exchanged for a lie, at least among a majority of our lawmakers. Read Delegate Impallaria's assessment of the recently concluded legislative session, and p ... discuss

The public argument between Rep. Patrick Kennedy and Bishop Tobin in RI begs the question,… Why do so many Catholic politicians favor “abortion rights” when the Catholic church itself is clearly ... discuss

As I sit and type this morning, and do a little mental stretching, I contemplate this Advent and season of gift giving.  What makes a gift truly sincere, truly meaningful and truly in the spirit ... discuss

Not even two weeks in and I've fallen off the Lent wagon.  Sometimes, I think I focus my time and energy to ensure my kiddos are making their sacrifices and understanding this liturgical season. ... discuss

So on this blog, I have been MIA - yes - it happens to all of us.  I can briefly state that while we've been busy, who isn't anyway, but that I have been hammering out ways to live Lent in new wa ... discuss

We had a serious discussion prior to getting married, my Hero Husband and I.  I was determined to not marry someone who even believed divorce was an option.  So I put my beloved to the test. ... discuss

This past week we have added a new member to our family of seven.  And before anyone starts to think I am pregnant or just delivered Baby #6, the newest member of our clan is a Yellow Labrador pu ... 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

There are two legislate primary races in District 21. In Seat A, for the party establishment, Robert Simison, the chief of staff for Mayor Tammy de Weerd is seeking the seat. Simison is being challeng ... discuss

In 2008, then-Minority Leader John Boehner urged Republicans to vote for the TARP- a $750 billion Government bailout, calling it a “crap sandwich” but he voted for it and led Republicans t ... discuss

The technique that the United States and, more seriously, the United Kingdom are considering bringing to the IVF clinic, which creates embryos with three genetic parents, is often \"mitochondrial ... discuss

The trouble with a series on productivity is that it can just keep going forever. Our work is never complete and we never fully master the best use of our time and opportunities. Our God-given ... discuss

A powerful pro-life internet presence has evolved over the years in response to the repulsive pro-abortion news coverage we have come to expect from the left-wing, mainstream media.As we outline below ... discuss

3-The Fire of Life (1910-1919)He (Teddy Roosevelt) could never live happily on the periphery of anything.  He had to be in the arena.  He left power too soon.--The RooseveltsTeddy Roosevelt: ... discuss

Past articles have mentioned or referenced Sen. Mike Lee's Plan to reform Congress. The days of the 113th Congress are almost completed and the 114th Congress (January 3, 2015 to January 3, 2017) will ... discuss

Question: What is the soul?The word for soul in Hebrew is "nephesh," which on its most basic level means "life": "And the LORD God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nost ... discuss

By:  Penny Starr President Barack Obama and opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi hold a joint news conf ... discuss

Can we change the world? As often as modern young adults are regarded as entertainment seekers, today’s 20- and 30-somethings are also driven by a laudable desire to see the world become a bette ... 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

National Review Online has a terrific Salute to Young Pro-lifers you should be sure to read.  Written by Maria McFadden Maffucci of Human Life Review the piece provides great hope and h ... 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

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 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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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




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