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First of all, everything’s okay. Where to begin? I really don’t know. I suppose that’s why I started at the end. Everybody is fine. Everything is okay. Just below is a picture of w ... discuss

Society has a funny way of deciding when to express outrage. Millions of innocent humans (aka pregnancy tissue) are slaughtered and their fully intact body parts are sold. Crickets. A single lion, whi ... discuss

By Ryan Bomberger Society has a funny way of deciding when to express outrage. Millions of innocent humans (aka pregnancy tissue) are slaughtered and their fully intact body parts are sold. Crickets ... discuss

  Medical Expert Confirms Unborn Children Feel Excruciating Pain During Abortions  ... discuss

Paul appears to have no compunction laying both tracks of truth side-by-side to leave them suspended in paradoxical tension. You, the Christian, need to apply effort seriously to the progressive part ... discuss

On June 26, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that same-sex marriage is legal in all 50 states. This is a defining moment for our nation. Long before our government came into existence, marriage was creat ... discuss

Last year, Andrea Minichini sat in a Planned Parenthood exam room in New Jersey knowing she didn’t really want to swallow the deadly pill in her hand. The doctor chided her that the pill was expensi ... discuss

LONDON (AP) — A day after winning Wimbledon for a ninth Grand Slam title, moving within five of Rafael Nadal's total and putting him more than halfway to Roger Federer's record of 17, Novak Djokovic ... discuss

The National Right to Life Convention rolls into New Orleans one week from now! This three-day conference (July 9-11th) will bring together grassroots activists and pro-life leaders from across the co ... discuss

(LiveActionNews) — A growing number of mothers are doing something different about abortion: they’re changing their minds. Thanks to the efforts of 270 pro-life doctors, women who start a medi ... discuss

Why do we let five U.S. Supreme Court justices impose their personal values on over 300 million Americans — in cases these justices have no legitimate authority to decide? As usual in mid-June, ... discuss

Do you have days where you just wake up stupid? I have dragged through this entire day as if the coffee never kicked in.  To wit:I sent an email to confirm two speakers for an event. I addressed ... discuss

On May 12, 2015, David A. Prentice, Ph.D., Vice President and Research Director of the Charlotte Lozier Institute, was invited to speak on the science of fetal pain on Point of View radio talk show. ... discuss

Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio is calling on the U.S. Senate to take up the House-pass Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act a pro-life bill that bans abortions from after 20-weeks o ... discuss

by Sarah Torre: Today marks the second anniversary of the conviction of Kermit Gosnell, the late-term abortionist who brutalized women and routinely killed living, breathing infants in his rundown Wes ... discuss

This year was my 7th Mother's Day as a mother, though honestly most probably wouldn't see me as one for all those years. I see it as my responsibility to explain why I was a mother all those years ago ... discuss

Joining Ginny for this weeks YarnAlong…Hello, there!! It's been a long time! I've been knitting so much as of late, it's terrible that I haven't shared any of it here. Every week I say that I'm goin ... discuss

  Do fetal abnormality diagnoses justify later-term abortions? Some think so  Susan Michelle   Last week’s shocking story of a mom ... discuss

By Emily Conley, Social Content Editor @Emily_ADF Before the March for Marriage on April 25th, I didn’t really know what to expect. I assumed there’d be a few hundred people waving signs ... discuss

Nine years ago I quite smoking. I went to have laser acupuncture done and it was like a miracle. Halfway through the treatment I tossed the few cigarettes I had left in a pack and the lighter in the t ... discuss

Have you ever had a really ugly fight with someone close to you, only to realize after the fact that it was all based on a simple misunderstanding? It’s very frustrating, especially because all of ... discuss

During early 1861, a German physician by the name of John H. Joecken was caring for Mr. Malinken, who was ailing in his Brooklyn home. On one of his visits, Malinken's 35-year-old wife, ... discuss

It’s hard to believe that we are halfway through the school year and already in 2015! UTSFL is hopeful as we gear up for a New Year of pro-life activism. But before we get too caught up in our plans ... discuss

Amanda Marcotte at Slate is pitching a hissy fit over the abortion-pill reversal protocol that helps women who change their minds after taking the first part of the two-step medical abortion.Secular P ... discuss

I could try to write my own piece on why "ObamaCare" does not offer the short and long-term reform of health care this country really needs. But I'm certainly no expert on this very complex topic. Y ... discuss

August 14th update:VICTORY!!! On Tuesday, August 12, Joe Cassilly, the Maryland State's Attorney in Harford County, dropped all charges that were filed against the 18 PRO-LIFERS who were illegally arr ... discuss

From the New York Times, on the future of Sarah Palin: Brent Bozell, president of the Media Research Center, a conservative group, called it a “top order of business” to determine Ms. Pali ... discuss

In 2011 I wrote a criticism of Jerry Coyne’s USA Todday article, “As  atheists know, you can be good without God.” My critique, “When Scientists make bad Ethicists,” attra ... discuss

In each of the last two Congresses, Rep. Randy Forbes (R-VA) introduced his resolution for an annual spiritual heritage week. This resolution, packed with a seventy-five “Whereas” clause litany of ... discuss

I could try to write my own piece on why "ObamaCare" does not offer the short and long-term reform of health care this country really needs. But I'm certainly no expert on this very complex topic. Y ... discuss

Summer Leisure Reading: Some of these are the sorts of books I categorize under my Kindle as ‘Mama Reads.’ Because these are titlest that are free due to being in the public domain, they a ... discuss

Hum Hain Rahi Pyar Ke: From Wikipedia: Hum Hain Rahi Pyar Ke is a 1993 Bollywood comedy-drama film directed by Mahesh Bhatt, produced by Tahir Hussain and with a musical score by Nadeem-Shravan. It st ... discuss

I remember my year in 5th grade quite well. Mr. Whitley was my teacher. He was one of three male teachers in the school, but the only African-American. I remember he was pretty darn ‘fly’ with ... discuss

The "blues card", aka the "stress card".(Source: Snopes.com.)Let me ask all the military veterans that stumble onto this post: Do you remember the stories about the Navy’s “stress cards”?I read ... discuss

The Man Who Would Be King by Rudyard Kipling DHM: Well written. For readers who like to think and don’t mind a glimpse at the dark side of human nature. Okay, this is more than a glimpse, but i ... discuss

     As part of my goal to help fight for the pro-life movement I have my mind and heart set on becoming a doctor. I plan on becoming either an obstetrician, gynecologist ... discuss

Sorry for the lack of updates but there aren't enough hours in the day to write; I'm even behind on NaNoWriMo.And before, I go on, let me just say that I am offering up my stresses and unpleasantries ... discuss

And down the stretch we come!  The actual election date is November 19 but early voting runs through this week.  This article by Operation Rescue and published on Prayer and a Pr ... discuss

As many of you know (partially from my last article denouncing the “mileage tax”), I love to travel and I love to keep track of the places I’ve been.  Anyway, the question was asked ... discuss

Awesome Everett 40 DFL halfway vigil tonight outside Planned Parenthood. Full of Christian joy and the Spirit of God, nearly 80 turned out to sing, pray and fellowship to celebrate life and seek an en ... discuss

 I think there are people who are messy because the are lazy, or tired, or slothful, or lack will power, definitely. Often these days that would be me. When it comes to failures in the housecleaning ... discuss

Small request - if you read this blog regularly, would you mind clicking on the Google Friend connect in the right side bar?  Thanks so much! Outside my window... photo by zenbikescience via ... discuss

A few weeks ago a defining moment for the pro-life movement took place in Austin, Texas. Our fight to protect the thousands of babies killed daily by abortion, and the women whose lives are forever sc ... discuss

“Children are dying,” says Steve Plogsted, a clinical pharmacist who chairs the drug-shortage task force of the American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (ASPEN). “They’re not gett ... discuss

Joey and Jenny, enterprising toddlers that they are, decide to spend one June afternoon planting Joey’s backyard. With pudgy fingers, they press apple, pumpkin, and lettuce seeds into the ground. ... discuss

By squeaker A lot of the problems surrounding immodest dress stems from an incomplete realization, by both women and men, of just how weak men can be when it comes to visual distractions. Most Catholi ... discuss

Whew. It has not been a fun few weeks let me tell you. But, I’m still here. I still feel kind of wobbly and uncertain, but I’m still here. I do feel, thanks be to God, a lot better now than I ... discuss

You might think I'm the brilliant kind of writer who knows the end from the beginning when composing pieces. If you thought so, you are wrong, and that's why I'm only a blogger with a day job. This w ... discuss

Dr Ed Dingess has replied to our rebuttal of his original critique of our position. Let's analyse together his reply. (FYI: It appears that he only remembered he was talking to AHA and not Triablogue ... discuss

Benji Backer, a 15-year-old attending Wisconsin public schools, is a victim of bullying. Backer spells out the harassment in his essay, posted at Freedom Works. He's been dealing with the abuse since ... discuss

The erudite President of the Pontifical Council for Culture, Cardinal Gianfranco Ravasi, would, under any circumstances, be on a short list  from which the College of Cardinals will select the n ... discuss

Ben gives Luke his first lesson in Jedi subjectivism. “Luke, as you grow older, you’re going to find that many of the truths we cling to depend on a certain point of view.” How many ... discuss

It has become possible for me to take every other Friday morning off so as to spend time with fellow abolitionists and evangelists at the abortuary in Norman, OK.Here is the report of today's activiti ... discuss

In my local Social Security office on Dec 31, I was greeted by a cordial security guard as I entered and instructed how to use the kiosk to generate a ticket with my number on it. This was followed by ... discuss

The following is Part 12 of an open letter to Colonel Vaughn Doner and a critique of his 2012 book, Christian Jihad: Neo-Fundamentalists and the Polarization of America. Throughout the series, I addr ... discuss

FEMA CONCENTRATION CAMPS: Locations and Executive Orders article source: http://www.sianews.com/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=1062   There over 800 prison camps in the United States, ... discuss

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A protocol has already been developed for helping women who changed their minds about going through with a multi-day second-trimester abortion after it's been started: reversing second trimester abort ... discuss

CCC 166 Faith is a personal act — the free response of the human person to the initiative of God who reveals himself. But faith is not an isolated act. No one can believe alone, just as no ... discuss

I’m publishing this with my apologies.  It began as Calvin’s birth story, but the back story turned into a story of its own and I had to rename it as part of our househunting saga.  I ... discuss

Popping in for another Yarn Along with Ginny and friends.This is going to be a quick one because we are currently in the throws of…well…the kids throwing up. And the few of us that aren't throwing ... discuss

from Jill Stanek.comby Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN and KelliWe welcome your suggestions for additions to our Top Blogs (see tab on right side of home page)! Email Susie@jillstanek.co ... discuss

by Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN and Kelli We welcome your suggestions for additions to our Top Blogs (see tab on right side of home page)! Email Susie@jillstanek.com. Big Blue Wave s ... discuss

{Ouch} It’s Monday night, less than 48 hours until the baby’s official duedate.  I’m not in labor – not to the best of my knowledge – but things are certainly picking up ... discuss

Today marks the halfway point in the Fall 2012 40 Days for Life Campaign. So far there have been at least 198 babies saved from abortion due to the various campaigns. So far, we have not heard of any ... discuss

Silent Day Returns for 2012, 60 Girls Canceled Abortions in 2011 Last year, when thousands of students across the nation participated in the Pro-life Day of Silent Solidarity, 60 girls canceled t ... discuss

Thanks to everyone who shared their guess about this baby’s specs in the last update!  For those who haven’t yet, I have a new piece of info to help you.  My midwife changed her own gues ... discuss

Agree with PatriotUSA: "Posting this exactly as I received from TexasFred."  My comments are at the end of the article. Texas Fred: Once again I have a piece sent to me via email that is so ... discuss

When you are used to typing on a computer keyboard, writing a blogpost on an iPad is not easy… But necessity dictates!  I seem to have been attacked by my first-ever virus!  All of a sudden my ... discuss

With just 3 weeks (?!?!?) until my duedate and so many contractions lately, labor is very much on my mind.  This week Perry and I were talking about this baby’s fast-approaching arrival, and I ... discuss

My wife and my youngest son are terribly allergic to incense. Too much and they spend the rest of the day in bed with nausea and headache. And so it was with dismay rather than delight that we entered ... discuss

Can you believe it?  I can’t.  Just 4 weeks left until this little guy is due to make his appearance.  The thought is exciting and terrifying at the same time.  I’m looking forward to ... discuss

Last Saturday was our oldest daughter’s wedding, the last big planned event before this baby’s arrival.  Planning a wedding was a fun and wonderful way to pass the time, and the last 6 we ... discuss

From my Inbox this morning:WHY DID MR. ROGERS WEAR A SWEATER?Captain Kangaroo passed away on January 23, 2004 at age 76,which is odd, because he always looked to be 76. (DOB: 6/27/27). His death remi ... discuss

Remember when I said I could scare myself by looking at the countdown on my phone?  42 days!!!  Actually it’s more like that scene in The Lion King when the hyenas get tingly at the sound of M ... discuss

This week I realized with gratitude just how trouble-free this pregnancy has been, especially over the last month.  I do get achy if I’m on my feet too much, but since discovering stretches and ... discuss

This is going to be quick since I have about 700+ pages to get through by Saturday and, well, I need to finish ASAP. (I take my side projects/duties seriously.)Mom and I have been praying the Rosary e ... discuss

Ladder theology is the idea that mankind ascends to God through his/her own will, emotions and intellect in order to draw closer to God.  Ladder theology accepts the idea that mankind has fallen ... discuss

Eep.  I don’t know why I get apprehensive, since my labors these days are so much faster and more bearable than the first 4 or 5, but it still happens.  I’m excited about meeting this ba ... discuss

This is what we did, roughly, with my oldest two girls when studying America’s Civil War. I wrote this up at the time. I started to update it, but my tenses got confused, so I stopped, probably ... discuss

We’re counting down now, not just to the baby’s arrival but to Deanna and Tyler’s wedding next month.  I’ve always loudly proclaimed that I like to plan things up to and past ... discuss

The following article is from Kelly Clinger who was once an extra on the Mickey Mouse Club and a background vocalist for Britney Spears.  Kelly met Jesus in 2003 after years of hearta ... discuss

Those of you who are familiar with Seattle would know of Interstate 5 leading north from downtown, with State Route 520 making its own way to the west, across Portage Bay. Over a narrow water passage ... discuss

Last Tuesday I didn’t post much of an update because Perry and I were headed to the beach for an overnight trip to celebrate our 20th anniversary on the following day.  It was a wonderful time ... discuss

WARNING From: thy Sent: Wednesday, July 18, 2012 Subject: Second Term Transformation Plans This just might be the most important and far reaching email of all our lifetimes. ...JB ... discuss

An opinion piece written by Christie Zink, and published in The Washington Times, tells of “a real live, breathing woman who terminated a much-wanted pregnancy at almost 22 weeks, when her baby was ... discuss

I am loving all the suggestions for baby names in the comments on last week’s update, The Name Game.  I understand why some of you think it’s odd to call a baby by his middle name, but I ... discuss

TweetEditor's Note: During the New Abortion Caravan, many of our team members took the time to write reflections on their experiences. This is the testimony of one of our summer interns after spending ... discuss

Orange County former Assistant Sheriff, convicted tax-evader, paid $948,000 From the Orange County Register, Jaramillo was convicted of tax evasion and other charges in state and federal courts. A Nin ... discuss

Warning: I know my posts here are usually all "happy, happy, bright and shiny" so this one may be a bit of a downer for some of you. However, I just felt that I needed to write this. So please bear wi ... discuss

Warning:  None Dare Call It Treason     It has been suggested that o'who? and 'those who surround him' are not the "Keystone Kops" and bumbling fools they appear to ... discuss

Warning:  None Dare Call It Treason     It has been suggested that o'who? and 'those who surround him' are not the "Keystone Kops" and bumbling fools they appear to ... discuss

Last week we told the world we were having a boy.  The main announcement was in my account of the ultrasound, but there was an earlier secret announcement posted as a PS to the Drano gender test. ... discuss

When I read Michele Bachmann’s book, Core of Conviction: My Story, I was left with a conviction of my own that whatever political office Michele Bachmann might run for in the future, I’d b ... discuss

The last week was hugely busy, and I feel like I should be exhausted.  I probably look exhausted, but I feel like I’m running on a combination of caffeine, adrenaline and French cooking.  If y ... discuss

Katie Roiphe wrote an article in Slate, “Preglimony and Pro-Choice Rhetoric”.  What is preglimony you ask?  Preglimony would be financial support from the father, for the mother’s care ... discuss

Our family is fixing to switch gears in a few weeks. My husband's work schedule is changing, so he will be home for breakfast!I've never cared for cereal personally and I have my doubts about its nutr ... discuss

Well, we did it.  I found a way to finagle a free ultrasound, and we jumped on the opportunity.  I’m telling about the ultrasound here, and it’s not finished yet, so we haven’t exa ... discuss

Here in South Africa a lot has been made of Affirmative Action (AA). In fact, here it is called Black Economic Empowerment (BEE). To the ANC and its cohorts, this is the solution to all South Africa ... discuss

This is another tribute to the late Andy Griffith, courtesy of Slate.com (the last one is later tonight), which published a mashup of his show's theme song "The Fishin' Hole" with Beyoncé's "All the ... discuss

"There is no footprint too small that it cannot leave an imprint on this world."This is how one little girl named Lily, who never once took a breath or spoke a word, has left a lasting imprint on this ... discuss

I am huge.  Maybe you disagree, and maybe you don’t – but for me, this is huge.  Go ahead, scroll down and peek at the pic.  I’m consistently measuring 3 cm bigger than my weeks, ... discuss

My beloved wife is totally into Tolkien and his world. She audited a class at her alma mater, Connecticut College, this past spring and has continued tracking down lots of critical works on The Lord o ... discuss

The Fortnight for Freedom is halfway over, so Prince of Peace parish, together with Our Lady of Lourdes as well as several non-Catholic churches and organizations, is hosting a Fortnight for Freedom ... discuss

The Fortnight for Freedom is halfway over, so Prince of Peace parish, together with Our Lady of Lourdes as well as several non-Catholic churches and organizations, is hosting a Fortnight for Freedom ... discuss

You will either totally understand and chuckle, or cringe at this, but in our house fat and pregnant are lightheartedly used as interchangeable terms.  When I’m pregnant, my sweet husband oft ... discuss

We are now nearly halfway through the Fortnight for Freedom and the Catholic bishops are finally getting priests and laypeople alike to focus attention to the threat being foisted upon us by the Oba ... discuss

< !DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN"> Cal Thomas is a conservative columnist. Bob Beckel is a liberal Democratic strategist. But as longtime friends, they can o ... discuss

On June 22, 1928, 31-year-old Rose Hannover died at the office of Dr. Lester I. Ofner from complications of an abortion performed there that day. Ofner was held by the coroner on July 28. On Novembe ... discuss

10 weeks: it’s all about the nausea {Pregnancy update} 11 weeks: feeling better! {pregnancy update} 12 weeks: I heard the heartbeat! {pregnancy update} 13 weeks: A new trimester! {pregnancy update} ... discuss

10 weeks: it’s all about the nausea {Pregnancy update} 11 weeks: feeling better! {pregnancy update} 12 weeks: I heard the heartbeat! {pregnancy update} 13 weeks: A new trimester! {pregnancy update} ... discuss

I had a prenatal checkup last Thursday, and Jennifer asked if I was sure about my dates.  She asked because I’m still measuring 3 cm. big, just like last time.  Neither of us said the T[win] w ... discuss

This is a first in a series of special edition beINSPIRED pieces.  As part of The New Abortion Caravan, the individuals who we feature over the next few weeks will be the old guard of the pro-life mo ... discuss

Tweetby Stephanie GrayThis is a first in a series of special edition beINSPIRED pieces.  As part of The New Abortion Caravan, the individuals who we feature over the next few weeks will be the ol ... discuss

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

10 weeks: it’s all about the nausea {Pregnancy update} 11 weeks: feeling better! {pregnancy update} 12 weeks: I heard the heartbeat! {pregnancy update} 13 weeks: A new trimester! {pregnancy update ... discuss

10 weeks: it’s all about the nausea {Pregnancy update} 11 weeks: feeling better! {pregnancy update} 12 weeks: I heard the heartbeat! {pregnancy update} 13 weeks: A new trimester! {pregnancy update} ... discuss

That's why it's still kicking about the volkswagen golf gti vr6 in the volkswagen golf gti vr6. Retaining the volkswagen golf gti vr6 and satnav interfaces on the volkswagen golf gti vr6 be able to pl ... discuss

10 weeks: it’s all about the nausea {Pregnancy update} 11 weeks: feeling better! {pregnancy update} 12 weeks: I heard the heartbeat! {pregnancy update} 13 weeks: A new trimester! {pregnancy update} ... discuss

Are You For Your Husband? - Rick Thomas lets women into a secret: “Men are needy. Your husband is not as independent and self-reliant as he may want you or others to think. If he can get over hi ... discuss

Well, halfway through Mother's Day and I'm still here.  I keep wavering back and forth between fully engaged and fully detached without the ability to find a comfy in-between.  I don't have ... discuss

When the jacksonville volkswagen dealer as less a Golf to levels of refinement that eclipse diesel powered rivals by some margin. Even buyers downsizing from larger, more expensive vehicles will find ... discuss

Join Jen and the other Quicktakers over at the Conversion Diary.> 1. We did have some successes this week worth noting. Sam took, and passed, the CLEP test in United States History 1 on Friday. He ... discuss

Tony Perkins, Family Research Council: Halfway around the world, Chen Guangcheng is giving Americans someone else to remember on this National Day of Prayer. The blind activist, who made a daring es ... discuss

Tony Perkins, Family Research Council: Halfway around the world, Chen Guangcheng is giving Americans someone else to remember on this National Day of Prayer. The blind activist, who made a daring esca ... discuss

NOTE: This is Part 8 of a 10 day series on Accidental Unschooling that is taking me LONGER than 10 days to write (sorry). If you are OCD and want to start from the introduction or Part 1, hop to the ... discuss

James Lovelock, the radical environmentalist who came up with the idea that the Earth is a living organism, has poured cold water on his own previously raging global warming hysteria. From the MS ... discuss

I know it does not look any different to you, but all the internal workings of my blog just changed. I don't know my way around anymore. It's unsettling. It's very discombobulating. It's like walki ... discuss

Easing back into my blogging by joining Ginny for this weeks Yarn Along. And away I go…The last few weeks of Lent I'd been working on this Tiny Tea Leaves Cardi for Giggles. I had hoped to be done b ... discuss

Sir Winston Churchill Today, April 9, is Sir Winston Churchill Day in the United States.  For it was on this date, in 1963, that President Kennedy named the former British Prime Minister an hon ... discuss

I read the Trilogy , as did the Equuschick, Jenny, and Pip. The 16 y.o. did not read them because she doesn't like dystopian fiction. The 13 y.o. did not read them because he is not allowed to yet fo ... discuss

1.It helps to have some idea of what makes a good target price. Keep track of you Look through the store fliers for sales.  You can wait for the paper version to come in your mailbox, or you can ... discuss

Just look at these foolish politicians who think they can stop us in Oklahoma.http://newsok.com/sen.-judy-eason-mcintyre-protests-anti-abortion-bill-with-f-word/article/3653193The state senator (Const ... discuss

My Visual Theology series of infographics has now visited the ordo salutis, the attributes of God, the books of the Bible and Philippians 4:8. Today it continues in what is kind of an unexpe ... discuss

Just look at these foolish politicians who think they can stop us in Oklahoma.http://newsok.com/sen.-judy-eason-mcintyre-protests-anti-abortion-bill-with-f-word/article/3653193The state senator (Const ... discuss

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

Early last month I told you about a woman who is running a half-marathon in thanksgiving to the Cenacolo Community for helping her brother break free from addiction to drugs and alcohol. She writes: ... discuss

That's an actual fact, and parts of the country are already halfway there ... with the rest of the country soon to follow. Related: Never before have gas prices risen so high so early in the year ... ... discuss

Here’s Ann talking about the film with Katie Pavlich of Townhall: Click here to view the embedded video. I’ve contributed $20 to help them finish the film. If you’re interested, you ... discuss

Night of the Confessor: Christian Faith in an Age of Uncertainty by Tomas HalikMy rating: 4 of 5 starsThis is a dense book ... so much so, as far as I can tell, that even the back cover blurb forces t ... discuss

You knew it was coming, didn't you? The obligatory and mega-viral “dad shoots daughter’s laptop for writing naughty Facebook post” video. You can also read his stimulating commentary on his YouT ... discuss

"For when they shall say, Peace and safety; then sudden destruction cometh upon them, as travail upon a woman with child; and they shall not escape." I Thessalonians 5:3The following is an excerpt fr ... discuss

This is a re-post, with a few emendations, of something I put up a year and a half ago.   Things have changed in that time.  For one thing, I no longer have access to any regular Extrao ... discuss

Ann Coulter hearts Mitt Romney. This is no surprise she endorsed him last time around too, choosing him over the far more conservative Fred Thompson even before it became obvious that Fred wasn't ... discuss

Since reverting back to my Catholic Faith, this is one of my favorite feasts. First of all, I am a sucker for candles and candle light. I used to make candles when I was a kid. I just love the look ... discuss

How to Tame Your DragonC hosen by our movie night pals, this was a better-than-average Dreamworks animated feature which was quite enjoyable. If the kids were still small, this would have been playi ... discuss

Readers of mwbh know that this writer is not particularly enamored with any of the Republican candidates for President, and has been wavering between Ron Paul and Rick Santorum, all the while preparin ... discuss

Nagging in Marriage - From the WSJ: “It’s more common than adultery and potentially as toxic, so why is it so hard to stop nagging?” I’m always fascinated by articles like this ... discuss

My hubby is constantly telling me (well not so much as telling me because I don't respond to directions all that well), let's say he nudges me and reminds me to look for the positive, stay out of the ... discuss

Raise your hand if you blacked out during your confession this weekend. *raises hand* There is really no big explanation for why it happened, it just did. I was fine all day. I drove to the parish (wi ... discuss

Investors Business Daily reports (via Kathryn Jean Lopez): Romney was about halfway through a speech at an election eve rally in Bedford, N.H., when -- in what is fast becoming a ritual at Republi ... discuss

There's a battery on board to provide power when you're not able to jack the 1996 volkswagen jetta trek and handling perspective and this soon settles into a campsite's supply, it keeping the 1996 vol ... discuss

The Washington Times, 3600 New York Ave NE, Washington, DC 20002From: The Washington Times Sent: Saturday, January 07, 2012 Subject: Today's Opinion from The Washington TimesObama defies Congress ... discuss

~ Books and Yarn; it's a beautiful thing. Joining Ginny for this weeks Yarn Along…On the needles right now is my first attempt at fingerless mitts/gloves. The pattern I eventually settled on is call ... discuss

I'm a sucker for those "spend a year doing a certain thing" kind of books.  In recent years, I've read Julie & Julia, one where a woman decides to take every shred of advice dished out by Oprah W ... discuss

from Jill Stanek.comby Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and KelliWe welcome your suggestions for additions to our Top Blogs (see tab on right side of home page)! Email Susie@jillstanek.c ... discuss

Young reporter Tintin obtains a model ship which contains part of the secret to the location of a sunken treasure.  On this search, he is accompanied by his dog snowy, and Captain Haddock.  ... discuss

by Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and KelliWe welcome your suggestions for additions to our Top Blogs (see tab on right side of home page)! Email Susie@jillstanek.com.The Anti-Abortion ... discuss

From: jj Sent: Wednesday, December 28, 2011 Subject: A Pastoral View of Newt Gingrich This was sent to me by a friend though lengthy it is an interesting read. email from Garlow | Rev ... discuss

They took their sweet time getting there. Assad’s goons killed several hundred more people in the time it took the monitors to arrive on the ground. I guess it took them a while to get through t ... discuss

I received a copy of John Ensor’s new book, Innocent Blood, a couple months back. At the time, I was finishing my own book on the subject of abortion and so I left John’s book on my shelf until th ... discuss

I received a copy of John Ensor’s new book, Innocent Blood, a couple months back. At the time, I was finishing my own book on the subject of abortion and so I left John’s book on my shelf until th ... discuss

In the middle of delivering another tedious class-warfare sermon on Capitol Hill last week, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV, current net worth $3.4 million) made the rather startling assertion ... discuss

Last year we tried to be very intentional about keeping Christ at the center of Christmas. This year I feel like we have done that but n a different way...instead of constantly doing activities we ha ... discuss

How Can You Be Pregnant (For Months) And Not Know It? Here are some astonishing statistics: Among pregnant women, 1 in 450 doesn't know her status until week 20 or later (more than halfway through ... discuss

We’ve been talking about Robert Barron’s Catholicism — both the book and the DVD series — for for months, and I am surprised that with all of my reading, I had missed Maurice T ... discuss

The horrible, debilitating anxiety I was experiencing lasted two and a half days. I missed both of my classes yesterday and a meeting today because of it but I'm feeling better so back to earlier post ... discuss

Pretty much everyone who has read or heard stories from the Bible, have all heard the well known story of two women who sought a judgment from King Solomon over a baby. One woman had apparently rolled ... discuss

I first ran this series in 2008, reran it in 2009, didn't get it updated in 2010, but now have tidied it up a bit for this year. I hope it helps as you watch, wait and prepare for Jesus.~~~~~~~~~~Part ... discuss

A forensic expert says Herman Cain is telling the truth while Sharon Bialek is lying. Florida is a closed primary state, so although I am an independent, I registered as a Republican so I can vot ... discuss

Photo from theholidayspot.comAll Saints’ Day and All Souls’ Day are an integral part of many a Filipino family’s annual calendars, particularly for the Catholics and Christians who make up appro ... discuss

I just watched an abortion-related video that is unlike anything I’ve ever seen on YouTube. It’s very professionally done, and it’s from a channel called “Fact Not Opinion.” It shows a scene ... discuss

I just watched an abortion-related video that is unlike anything I’ve ever seen on YouTube. It’s very professionally done, and it’s from a channel called “Fact Not Opinion.” It shows a scene ... discuss

Rick Perry is out with his tax plan which features a 20% Optional Flat Tax. The difference between optional flat tax and a regular flat tax is that filers can choose to file a simple tax return-or not ... discuss

So we are halfway through the campaign. So far everything has been okay. The hardest part has been getting people out to the site. My hope is that everyone is praying at home but I have to remember it ... discuss

Following is the prologue of a book I am writing for my daughters. I'd love to hear input from family and friends as to its potential. Ultimately, it's a superhero book written for teens/young adults. ... discuss

‘I tell you solemnly tax collectors and prostitutes are entering the Kingdom of God before you.’If you were asked the Gospel passage or sentence you find the most challenging or problematic, what ... discuss

Golf has been advanced in areas right across the volkswagen passat battery, the huge tail light clusters have also been stretched width ways and the volkswagen passat classified that powers the review ... discuss

This review is also appearing in my A Free Mind column at Patheos.Since my conversion, I have read many a book about saints, angels, prayer, virtues, and all those good Catholic subjects. Reviewing th ... discuss

Found this at washingtonexaminer.com, my comments within the article are in bold:Navy explores longer sub deploymentsBy: MICHAEL MELIAThe Navy is considering lengthening the standard deployment of att ... discuss

Originally posted to Chez VH, May 3, 2011 -Hello All! It's been awfully quiet around here because we've been gone. We took an enormous month-long road trip (2 weddings, 14 states, 32 days) and just re ... discuss

Sometimes I'll come across a news item that seems too bizarre to be real. After doublechecking (something I highly recommend) it often turns out to be far different than what was originally portrayed. ... discuss

In China there is an ancient tradition called 'sitting the month-' or did you see this NPR segment, too? Sitting the month involves the new mother staying home for a full month after the birth of her ... discuss

As I reflected upon tomorrow’s Gospel reading (Matt. 20:1-16), the parable of the laborers in the vineyard, I found myself considering the different reasons that we should be ... discuss

Exports are down and growth was negative in the second quarter. It is good that HM Government is aggressively looking for free trade deals throughout the world. We are not immune from the incompetence ... discuss

Dear Washington,Just wanted to drop a note from our stay-cation to say we hope you’re enjoying your time off, and do let us know how the fishing, golfing and clam bakes have gone for you.Circums ... discuss

Sarah Palin released a video this weekend which Karl Rove called “pre-presidential. What do you think? Is she running or Not? Newsalertusa.com says, the video is "as slick as they get. And if you ... discuss

Yes, it’s quiet over here.It’s quiet so’s I can listen to the rain pattering on my roof, while I plow my way through Mark Steyn’s latest:f="http://wp.patheos.com/community/thea ... discuss

Fiction is as instructive as non-fiction.  Maybe even more so.  The best fiction catches us up in a world outside our own all the while teaching us truths about ourselves and humanity. ... discuss

Senator John Cornyn, Chairman, National Republican Senatorial Committee: Truthfully, I never thought I’d hear Barack Obama say anything more outrageous than his empty campaign promise of “hope and ... discuss

The truth has come back to bite Steve Rattner, Obama's former "car czar." On This Week, Rattner flat-out lied about calling Republican congressmen terrorists, likening them to suicide bombers. Video ... discuss

I have been thinking lately about an occasion on which a friend in the Charismatic movement decried the rules and conditions attached to novenas, the gaining of indulgences, the practice of pious disc ... discuss

A couple of nights ago I enjoyed getting the willies from an incident in #1 Ladies' Detective Agency during which Mma Ramotswe escapes a cobra which gets entangled in her engine when he darts across t ... discuss

We hear a lot about the nationwide obesity problem, with children not getting enough healthy food in their diets, not exercising enough, sitting around playing video games too much. Obviously you momm ... discuss

What does our out-of-control spending and increasing national debt mean? Sticking it to the GrandchildrenI think by now everyone who is halfway honest and has an IQ above 32 realizes that the claim th ... discuss

Plaintiff seeks a reported $16 million from notorious Florida abortionist A Florida abortionist who frequently has run afoul of the law and the Florida Department of Health, James Pendergraft, has ... discuss

The last of the five books I read while researching Abort73’s “Crisis of Conscience” page was Carol Everett’s The Scarlet Lady: Confessions of a Successful Abortionist. Though significant port ... discuss

The last of the five books I read while researching Abort73’s “Crisis of Conscience” page was Carol Everett’s The Scarlet Lady: Confessions of a Successful Abortionist. Though significant port ... discuss

A national pro-abortion organization that tracks abortion statistics and is a former affiliate of the Planned Parenthood abortion business says 2012 has already set a record for the most number of pro ... discuss

I've talked a bit about why I could never be pro-choice, but I figured I should devote an entire entry explaining my journey as a pro-lifer. Sometimes I find it hard to explain why I think the way I d ... discuss

My goodness. Things are certainly not going as planned for the Obama Regime:Obama's Popularity in Arab World Now Lower than Bush's Alana Goodman ... discuss




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