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From: bharb Sent: Tuesday, September 09, 2014 Subject: Why?Obama who? Obama who?? I don't know who wrote this, but it sure as hell is interesting.  I've heard about the lack of a Co ... discuss

This post is part of THE SONG Blog Tour, of which I am delighted to be a part, along with many other inspiring bloggers. To learn more and to join us, CLICK HERE.The Song is a beautiful love story bas ... discuss

Here is a translation of the impromptu discourse the Pope gave at the conclusion of his videoconference with youth of the Scolas project. * * * I'm like the one who is told, "Say something." And ... discuss

The Pope has encouraged Holy Land leaders to continue working for peace and will participate in a charity-sponsored event in which he will interact, via technology, with children from five continents ... discuss

It was the summer of 2011. We were visiting friends in North Carolina one weekend for a lovely wedding on the beach. Our strong-willed, opinionated and hyper-inquisitive children, a boy and two girls, ... discuss

It was the summer of 2011. We were visiting friends in North Carolina one weekend for a lovely wedding on the beach. Our strong-willed, opinionated and hyper-inquisitive children, a boy and two girls, ... discuss

Thursday, June 5, 2014 Hard Cases Unite to Make a Difference! by Rebecca Kiessling  How would like to be labeled  “a hard case?”  What if your class of people were systematic ... discuss

As I suspected, yesterday’s headache was part of the mystery virus that seems to be toying with us.  Only Parker has hurled, but there have been several complaints of headaches and a few stoma ... discuss

This morning, Kaitlyn and Natalie stayed home from soccer to do some emergency cleanup because we were out late last night, and thought that our Krav class was going to be at our house right after so ... discuss

Every evening I type up my post and miss the last, most relaxing part of the day.  It’s the time when the little ones are in bed, and the older people hang out and chat, exercise, and possibly ... discuss

Today, we reverted to an old family tradition: we spent almost the entire morning doing morning chores, cleaning bedrooms, and catching up on laundry because we let things fall apart over the weekend. ... discuss

I have had a couple of people ask me recently, what the hardest part of fostering is, what my advice would be for those who are considering it and just my overall impression. I wasn't sure how to ans ... discuss

Denver, Colo., Jan 27, 2013 / 06:04 am (CNA/EWTN News).- On Feb. 1 Catholics in Ireland and elsewhere will honor Saint Brigid of Kildare, a monastic foundress who is – together with Saint Patric ... discuss

I was reading Joan's Blog from Rome (she comments on EWTN and Catholic radio) and noticed this comment, and realized that even the Pope gets edited."I remember one of the first times that Benedict XVI ... discuss

Maggie's Farm manages to put 'Labor Day' in perfect and proper perspective: You have to admit, dedicating an official work day to goofing off and calling it Labor Day has to be one the great malapro ... discuss

In other words, it can definitively be said with 100% accuracy that Barack Obama is lying to the American people, yet again. Via Freedom's Lighthouse: Here is a new Republican National Committee ... discuss

in neighbor's front yardbathtub without a Marynew demographics(For those not familiar with the idea of a "Bathtub Mary," in the Northeast - at least - where there were a lot of Catholic immigrants, ma ... discuss

< !DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN"> ace=Arial>The "111" list below is recommended by an Obama devotee, and friend, for reading by those of u ... discuss

Claire and I have had the honor (and pleasure) of presenting "When Swing Was King" three days in a row. Well, counting this afternoon's program at Immanuel Courtyard, it will be four days in a row. Th ... discuss

The Post-Graduation EditionExcept that it's not exactly "post-Graduation" around here.We have one more graduation celebration coming up. Same daughter, different town. Anne-with-an-e will join the lar ... discuss

In researching my upcoming Where Do We Find Such Men? I came across a story about D-Day, June 6, 1944 and an impromptu school assembly put together by the kids themselves at Amsterdam High School. Par ... discuss

This past Saturday many Colorado county political parties held their biennial assemblies for the purpose of approving resolutions and nominating candidates for the primary ballot. For the fifth consec ... discuss

My kind of girly has never been the vapory, cute and charming type of girl. The first time my husband had romantic thoughts of me, I took his breath away, sure, but that was only after I'd made him la ... discuss

I’ve known Andrew Breitbart for several years. This picture is of us from the 9/12/2010 tea party. I considered him a friend. Sadly, though, I didn’t get to know Andrew as well as many ot ... discuss

The Texas Pro-Life Action Team protested this past Thursday at the Planned Parenthood of North Texas Awards Luncheon in Dallas.   In the following video Andrew Smith gives the best impr ... discuss

Found this at thenewamerican.com:Is IRS Targeting Obama's Enemies?Written by Raven ClaboughIn 2010, American Thinker posted an interesting defense of a flat tax, noting that it would help preserve pri ... discuss

Whitney in her prime gives a flawless performance of the National Anthem, 1991. Winans. S ME below. The last song Whitney  sang in public, only a day or two before her death, was also Jesus Loves Me, ... discuss

What makes you laugh and cry? For me, it’s looking through my photos and seeing recent memories with my family. Times that only happen once or two a year these days. If only we could have more time ... discuss

A line from a historical novel about Lincoln — was it William Safire’s Emancipation? — sticks in my head: “A lie will run from Georgia to Maine while the truth is still putting its boots on. ... discuss

There is one person who has come forth and acknowledged that he knew o'who? well. See:  http://harrolds.blogspot.com/2011/12/ocleaned-obamas-drug-and-sex-party-limo.html CKGROUND-IMAGE: none ... discuss

I spend a lot of time replying to email questions. I wish I could quickly come up with profound answers, but as an inspiration writer (meaning that I write as a result of being inspired – not th ... discuss

Bryan Kemper, Youth Outreach Director for Priests for Life and founder of Stand True Ministry, will be the host and keynote speaker for the first-ever Youth Rally organized by the March for Life. The ... discuss

Happy New Year to my friends, family, and random strangers who run across me in a Google search for complaints about being non-confrontational or having a high forehead!  My introductory post is ... discuss

“But sanctify the Lord God in your hearts: and be ready always to give an answer to every man that asketh you a reason of the hope that is in you with meekness and fear: . . .”.  KJV http:/ ... discuss

First, a few comments about this picture, taken in September.  Tripp was out of town, Maddy had come home from Catholic U for the weekend, and we had invited Matt and Zach to have dinner with u ... discuss

My mom celebrates her birthday today! ;-) She turns 60, so it's a rather big milestone for our family. We weren't supposed to celebrate as she had planned to go to her hometown, Malolos, on Oct 1, to ... discuss

Got this email from a friend of mine who lives very near where the fires in Southeast Texas whirled through a couple of weeks ago. I hope the author doesn't mind that I reprinted this heartening first ... discuss

STATEN ISLAND, NY — Bryan Kemper, founder of Stand True Ministries and Director of Youth Outreach for Priests for Life, and James Nolan, president of Crossroads, will serve as masters of ceremo ... discuss

1.Frank finished the Bob Books last night! Funny thing is he accidentally started the last set of Bob Books from the end, so he did the hardest four or five books first and then went back in order. So ... discuss

Thank you to everyone who gave alliterative ideas for naming this weekly feature.  I was really on the fence, torn between several suggestions, but here’s what pushed me over the edge: I very r ... discuss

We brought back Aunt Donelda's presents with us from Chicago for Will's 5th birthday. Even though we aren't going to actually celebrate his birthday with family until later this week, a boy should b ... discuss

American Tinderbox By Walter Russell Mead Aug. 7, 2011, The American Interest For some time now, residents of some US cities have noted occasional incidents of seemingly random, racially motivated vio ... discuss

I'm tired from all the traveling done today (first by car and then by train) so I'll make this short and sweet. Today I went to two places where it all began for me: the hospital where I was born (and ... discuss

"I call heaven and earth to witness against you today, that I have set before you life and death, blessing and curse. Therefore choose life, that you and your offspring may live."  Deuterono ... discuss

Was this campaign video filmed in the White House? Jim Geraghty recalls that President Bill Clinton used the Oval Office for fundraising events in 1996, but even Clinton had the decency to not use ... discuss

So I know it's been about a week since my last post....but if you are interested, I did write a new column for CatholicMom.com that hasn't appeared on the blog.  It's about a recent reception wit ... discuss

Even CBS took note of Herman Cain who spoke yesterday at both the Republican Leadership Conference in New Orleans and then today closed out RightOnline in Minneapolis. Brian Montopoli, CBS said yest ... discuss

Life continues to be exciting down here on the farm. Here’s a typical day: wake up, water all the animals, check the heifer, water the animals, check the heifer, water the animals, check the he ... discuss

Pro-abortionists (or pro-choicers) like to use various arguments to try and “explain” that the unborn baby is not a person yet, therefore they are expendable. It is easy for them t ... discuss

Yid with Lid posted the clip and it is not your usual press availability: Click here to view the embedded video. I have the sneaking suspicious that these two men are “none too fond” of on ... discuss

We celebrated our third GSGP on Sunday (Good Shepherd Sunday, Novus Ordo Calendar). I kept it much the same as last year's week 3 party, changing just a few things. We enjoyed it as an early dinn ... discuss

  From:  baja Sent: Thursday, May 05, 2011 Subject: THE MYSTERY MAN!! TRUELY SCARY!! Does this make you wonder? ... discuss

I made this quick, impromptu video after making dinner for my family and realizing I had a couple minutes to spare. As I prayed about how I might best spend these few minutes, the LORD was kind to ... discuss

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“Here I am, Lord; is it I, Lord, who was bringing up three very lovely girls?” Up to that point, I’d been listening to the “Gather Hymnal Redux” parody with a mixture of amusement and conc ... discuss

Recovering liberal Robin of Berkley has some comments inspired by the events in Wisconsin:I have noticed fewer people around town this past weekend.  First I thought it was because of the Preside ... discuss

NARAL Pro-Choice VA has here, and I saved a defined by law. Other phraseology... I say "commit abortion," not "perform abortion," to make it sound like the criminal act it really is. And I try to s ... discuss

By Kristen Gerencher Last Updated: 5/14/2006 3:09:00 PMSAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) -- Retirement parties have their work cut out for them. Whether it's a casual gathering, formal dinner or even a roas ... discuss

One year later… the rant and the report…and a few reflections and ruminations…Be prepared… grab a cup of herb tea 'cause this is a pretty long post.I get a lot of emails from all sorts of good ... discuss

Calculated as always . . . Obamas take 'middle class' holiday in North Carolina By Tom Leonard in New York Published: 12:23AM BST 24 Apr 2010 Barack and Michelle Obama flew off for ... discuss

As soon as I got to the TEA Party, organizer Keith Harris told me I was speaking next. I barely had time to give Travis the video camera. Sorry about the background noise, the LaPorte County Courtho ... discuss

UPDATE: Ok, with Pelosi changing her mind and the news that has come out since, I was wrong on this. It ended up being a great way to bring pressure and highlight an issue. And for once, it showed t ... discuss

In Brooklyn they know how to party - but the end of the celebration ended with a little more excitement than was really necessary: LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Police arrested eight Arkansas State University s ... discuss

Last Friday, the United States House of Representatives adjourned without voting on an offshore drilling bill supported by the Republicans. Instead of adjourning and going home for the five week reces ... discuss

There is a little - just a little - good news for McCain, though you would never know it.  Last week, the Weekly Standard noted how Newsweek has nothing but accolades to shower upon Obama and his ... discuss

Freely Adapted and Plagiarized from a note our Pip wrote to our friends:Our looong weekend started on the 3rd and will end tonight, and it has been a ton of fun but SOOOO busy. Some of the business in ... discuss

Jennifer Rubin offers while she's no psychiatrist, perhaps all the arrogance which Barack Obama displays is born from intellectual insecurity. He can give a great speech, but is he capable of more ri ... discuss

Quick!When I say the following name, what do you think of?Emily Dickinson.What was the first thing that popped into your head?If you're me, it was "poet."If you're my niece, it was "recluse."If you're ... discuss

1940... Democrat Wendall Wilkie was hurled into the election as the choice of the Media Elite for the Republican nomination to the Presidency.  The two leading contenders at the time, Thomas D ... discuss

Now that things have begun to really spark up and many questions surrounding Clinton’s role as First Lady are coming to the fore - answers are the solution. During Clinton’s early years i ... discuss

"RENEWING THE AMERICAN DREAM"Behind the Gates, a Clash of ViewsEditor’s note: NCR has covered the annual protest at Fort Benning since the early 1990s, always from outside the gates of the fort. Thi ... discuss

One year later… the rant and the report…and a few reflections and ruminations…Be prepared… grab a cup of herb tea 'cause this is a pretty long post.I get a lot of emails from all sorts of good ... discuss

Jay Nordlinger's latest Impromptu is an excellent analysis over Libya under Qaddafi and their relationship with the United States and its relation to the War on Terror. The money quote: In M ... discuss

Martin Luther King had already begun to fade from the public conscious on April 4, 1968, in a sense a victim of his own success, having brilliantly organized his people and brought moral pressure to b ... discuss

What's the job of a Christian film critic? Having tried my hand at it in my own small and informal way over the years, I can say that's not always an easy question to answer. The blog Christ and Pop ... discuss

Now that things have begun to really spark up and many questions surrounding Clinton’s role as First Lady are coming to the fore - answers are the solution. During Clinton’s early years i ... discuss

Matthew Maupin, a 20-year-old University of Cincinnati student and Sam's Club employee, had been in Iraq just six weeks when his fuel convoy was ambushed on April 9, 2004. Members of the Army Reserve' ... discuss

Clearly, Barack Obama has not yet peaked. He just resoundingly won Maine, and he even beat the Clintons out for a Grammy! Hey, the dude does have a great voice. It is both inspiring and a little ne ... discuss

Ron Paul visited Seattle today. His Seattle presence began before he actually arrived with a telephone interview at 7:45 A.M. with popular local conservative talk show host, Kirby Wilbur. Shortly aft ... discuss

Received by email:On January 28th, 2008 30 to 40 die-hard pro-lifers answered a quasi impromptu call of Nicholas McLeod with Carleton Lifeline with only a few days notice at best. The purpose of the ... discuss

Foolish as it would be to look for deep theological insight from "The View," Joy Behar's recent statements on Catholic saints (a) not existing any longer and (b) needing medication, was about as close ... discuss

I finally fired it up the other day.   It has all the power and features I need to accomplish my daily list of tasks, with plenty of little extras that a relative newbie like me only dreams of under ... discuss

Helen Heslin Bonk, my Irish Grandmother always asserted that 'women are the backbone of the Catholic Church'. Not that she was a radical feminist, on the contrary, she was a traditional Catholic wife ... discuss

Congratulations to Chad Kirkpatrick, Tom Jenney and the board of the Arizona Federation of Taxpayers for an outstanding event today honoring legislators who believe you can spend your own money more w ... discuss

How Hillary rejected politics as the art of the possible, in favor of the impossible. Most know that Hillary Rodham Clinton's politics veer to the outer fringes of the radical Left. But how many ... discuss

His interview with Stephen Baskerville demonstrates that he just doesn't get it. Last week, Fox New’s feminist Alan Colmes made the mistake of interviewing Dr. Stephen Baskerville, aut ... discuss

Reason #1001 why homeschooling is great! Impromptu tea parties. “Dinky Tumblina”, my little 9-year-old hostest with the mostest, decided today would be a perfect day for a tea party ̵ ... discuss

Spreading this message may be the most effective method of saving marriage as an institution. Marriage is a foundation of civilized life.  No advanced civilization has ever existed without ... discuss

It’s been with great interest that I’ve followed the furor in “Christian” circles surrounding two artists who are not typically discussed in said circles. Rickie Lee Jones and ... discuss

Bernie's SoloOriginally uploaded by Chez VH The dance school my girls have been attending for Irish dance for a number of years recently put together a few mini recitals to promote the school at local ... discuss

Week two of my impromptu EWTN Groupie Tour began Friday evening when Mary and I arrived at the Lowell (MA) Memorial Auditorium to take in a weekend of presentations by Father John Corapi, SOLT.We are ... discuss

Mega-churches have become a phenomenon in the cultural, spiritual and even political life of America. While much attention has been paid to the growth of these churches in the South and West, there ha ... discuss

Go here to view the O'Reilly video. (Google isn't letting me put it online.)Wichita, KS – Producers for Fox News host Bill O’Reilly were in Wichita last Friday where they confronted late-term abor ... discuss

Wichita, KS – Producers for Fox News host Bill O’Reilly were in Wichita last Friday where they confronted late-term abortionist George R. Tiller as he visited a Quick Trip gas station. Operation ... discuss

St. John of Shanghai and San FranciscoMy bishop is coming to town next weekend, and I was doing some digging around on the internet to put together a brief biography of him, and stumbled across the fo ... discuss

The following excerpt, from excellent commentary by Paul Salopek (copied here below, via POTP) echoes what I've pointed out here many times before: "...negotiators on the ground [in Sudan] worry tha ... discuss

Sorry to any readers that I may have left!  My husband and I packed up the four kids and took and impromptu vacation and I didn't have time to blog before we went on our way.So here is the quote for ... discuss

The ECUSA progressive bunch known as the Episcopal Peace Fellowship is co-operating with the American Friends (Quaker) Service Committee in a charming little anti-war exhibit called “Eyes Wide O ... discuss

I went to a rally in defense of traditional marriage today in Ottawa. Before I begin my narrative, I have to give some background information. This rally was organized in a very ad hoc fashion. From w ... discuss

Every club has their “one question.” Here’s what I mean. If you’re into CB radios, the question is, “What’s your handle?” If you find yourself in the slammer, you ask, “So, wh ... discuss

By Kristen Gerencher Last Updated: 5/14/2006 3:09:00 PMSAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) -- Retirement parties have their work cut out for them. Whether it's a casual gathering, formal dinner or even a roas ... discuss

Every club has their “one question.” Here’s what I mean. If you’re into CB radios, the question is, “What’s your handle?” If you find yourself in the slammer, you ask, “So, wh ... discuss

The upcoming movie United 93 completely snuck up on me. It debuts in theaters on April 28. You may have seen the trailer that has the internet buzzing, but if not, here it is. Watching it took me bac ... discuss

I love road trips. There are fewer things I enjoy more. And it has been about 4 years since my last big road trip. So imagine my excitement to discover that I have to make a very impromptu road tr ... discuss

CBC Manitoba recently commissioned a survey of Winnipeggers’ attitudes about racial issues and race relations in the city. Over 1000 Winnipeg residents were telephoned last month and asked about a ... discuss

A follow-up story to the one I posted yesterday about a parish closing in the Toledo Diocese: KANSAS, Ohio - Shock and outrage warred with faith last night, two days after St. James Catholic Church ... discuss

Escaping by jet plane the downpour of rain that was drenching New York City, the clear, sunny skies in La Mirada, California were like a revelation of new possibilities, and a perfect setting for the ... discuss

This past weekend, I had the privilege of emceeing a fundraising banquet for a local group that assists young women encountering crisis pregnancies ... both before and after. And the assistance, alth ... discuss

Mine Ener must have been quite a lady. First, for so many wanting to erect a memorial to her after her murder of her baby Raya and subsequent suicide, most likely due to postpartum psychosis. Second, ... discuss

From Irrevocable ChoiceWas I the only one that didn't catch this last week?It looks like Jeb Bush made a play to take Terri into custody and was foiled by the local cops.Hours after a judge ordered th ... discuss

Comments From Ford: I spoke to Mary Schindler last night. She is being forced to watch her daughter die. This mother will have in her memories, a daughter who was not taken from this earth by natura ... discuss

Justices Decline Schiavo Case Options Dwindle for Those Trying to Keep Florida Woman Alive By Manuel Roig-Franzia   Rebekah Richardson, 17, left, and Becky Hill, 17, of the Cause USA, a prayer o ... discuss




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