Topic: japanese

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

Whether you seek its definition as an adjective or noun, you will find in any reputable dictionary two identifying components of the term evil: morally reprehensible and causing immense harm. The prob ... discuss

Steps of Long Division: Dad, Mom, Sister, Brother, Rover (Divide, Multiply, Subtract, Bring Down, Remainder). Order of Operations: Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally (Parentheses, Exponents, ... discuss

During a trip to the Abbey of the Genesee last Saturday, I spotted a book about the Desert Fathers. I'd read other book collecting the Zen-like wisdom of the Fathers, so the book intrigued me.&nb ... discuss

Schereschewsky was born in Tauroggen, Russian Lithuania 6 May 1831. He appears to have been named for his father. His mother was Rosa Salvatha. Orphaned as a young boy, it is speculated he was raised ... discuss

A message to Brittany Maynard, the 29-year old with terminal brain cancer who is seeking assisted suicide: work while there is light. As long as it is day, we must do the works of him who sent me. Ni ... discuss

 China’s One-Child Policy: Massive Crimes Against Women and the Girl Child Editor’s note. The following is the Keynote address delivered today by Re. Chris Smith (R-NJ) at The Her ... discuss

My version of a combination of nori tomagoyaki (Japanese) and gyeran mali (계란말이, Korean), my ‘recipe’ at the bottom of the post. Clearly, I need to perfect the rolling technique, b ... discuss

By Patrick J. BuchananAmericans are caught up with the Ebola crisis and the Secret Service lapses in protecting the White House and the president’s family. But what is transpiring in Hong Kong may ... discuss

Frank Van Den BleekenTop stories:Belgian murderer to be euthanised over prison sufferingFrank Van Den Bleeken, a serial murderer and rapist in Bruges, Belgium, has been granted permission to commit s ... discuss

If the US did not ally with Stalin (killed 20 million), then the two mass murderers might have destroyed each other. Instead, Eastern Europe went from one totalitarian regime, the Nazis, to another, t ... discuss

And ye shall hear of wars and rumours of wars: see that ye be not troubled: for all these things must come to pass, but the end is not yet.  –  Matthew 24:6 The anniversary of 9/11 is only d ... discuss

ss="serendipity_imageComment_txt">(Kyodo News / Associated Press) The world is reeling from the apparent suicide of Robin Williams. As someone who has suffered with debilitating depression, ... discuss

Jesus says many difficult things in his famous Sermon on the Mount, recorded by Matthew in the 5th chapter of his gospel.43 “You have heard that it was said, ‘Love your neighbor and hate your enem ... discuss

Thumbs up on Guardians …  links? In spite of? The rest of the sports world calls it a “contract year” and typically athletes (oddly enough) excel at such times. I disagree, lives ... discuss

A single Global Hawk UAV can provide complete coverage over islands contested by China and Japan. Japan is rapidly building its UAV capabilities in an effort to boost its surveillance activity of Chin ... discuss

Note: All of the quotes below come from my personal books and are not copy and paste from some other blog. Please feel free to use them, for they are not mine, but- a link back would sure be appreciat ... discuss

Note: All of the quotes below come from my personal books and are not copy and paste from some other blog. Please feel free to use them, for they are not mine, but- a link back would sure be appreciat ... discuss

It has been an important hallmark of the conservative movement during its 50 year run to point to the steady decline of Western Civilization; to a broad disrespect for the rule of law in general, and ... discuss

Scientists have discovered a more ethical way to produce cells that have the ability to transform into any type of tissue, without destroying human embryos. Japanese scientists said the discovery invo ... discuss

Japanese designers have created a bra that unclasps itself when a woman's heartbeat rises - as surely, when the heart beats faster, it means she's 'in love' and ready for sex. Radhika Sanghani takes u ... discuss

The U.S. ambassador to Japan criticizes "inhumane" hunting mammal, typical of Wakayama Prefecture. The governor responds: "We kill cows and pigs every day, but no one says anything . Is it only cruel ... discuss

During his most recent catechesis on Baptism, Pope Francis referenced the Japanese Catholics under persecution in the 17th Century. POPE FRANCIS “There were no priests left in Japan: they were ... discuss

Hiroo Onoda, a lieutenant in the Japanese Imperial Army, spent 29 years hidden in a Philippine jungle convinced the war was still ongoing. After surrendering in 1974 and handing his sword to President ... discuss

During his most recent catechesis on Baptism, Pope Francis referenced the Japanese Catholics under persecution in the 17th Century. POPE FRANCIS "There were no priests left in Japan: they were al ... discuss

A Dutch Catholic bishop burned alive in 1937 by Japanese troops for protecting Chinese girls from rape may become the patron saint of sex abuse victims worldwide. Frans Wiertz, who is bishop of Roermo ... discuss

“Three and a half years of World War II, starting with the Japanese bombing Pearl Harbor December ’41, ending in ’45, in that three and a half year period, this country built 22 airc ... discuss

Chinese Foreign minister accuses Japanese PM of hypocrisy Original PostingRead more →The post China Says Abe not Welcome after War Shrine Visit appeared first on Foundation Life. ... discuss

The president is a chronic whiner, a habitual complainer and excuse-maker. He relied on blame shifting for his entire first term, and I suspect it’s not merely a tactic for Obama. It is how he’s b ... discuss

I originally posted this in 2005 and have updated it a couple of times. I like to present it every December 7th as the story is as poignant as ever, especially with our troops still in theater in Afgh ... discuss

We thank God for the growing national resistance to tyranny and our nation's domestic enemies.  Oath Keepers has truly been in the vanguard of citizen patriots ready to defy the anti-American ... discuss

Obama and his cronies applauding their unprecedentedpower grab.1. Because Obamacare is unconstitutional, and, indeed, anti-constitutional.  It purports to compel individuals to enter into binding ... discuss

Take a look at some of the exhibits from the British Musuem's new show celebrating Japanese erotic art.    … Read the restThe post Shunga: Sex and Pleasure in Japanese Art, i ... discuss

(Pat Condell, photo source:http://i1.ytimg.com/vi/sEsWO4xep44/mqdefault.jpgPat Condell, U.K."Name the poisonby Pat Condell • photo: What are we afraid of? The news report in ques ... discuss

A Japanese university and zoo are creating a sperm bank for endangered animals that could one day be used to bring extinct species back to life.    … Read the restThe post Ja ... discuss

School is upon us. With two now in high school, I am beyond swamped. Senior pictures, registration, try outs...oh my!To focus on the coming year and get a good start, I will be taking a couple we ... discuss

Mother Awakens From Coma Pregnant, Rejects Abortion to Birth Miracle Baby Gemma Holmes was driving her scooter last year when the 26-year-old hit a parked car and sustained such significant injuri ... discuss

Submitted by Zheng Wang via The Diplomat, Having friends in both China and Japan, I have often been asked to explain both sides’ actions since the Diaoyu/Senkakus crisis began in September 2012. For ... discuss

Ninety percent of unborn babies diagnosed with Down Syndrome are aborted. That’s not a typo — 90 percent. This distressing statistic makes the following mothers even more remarkable for choosi ... discuss

The aircraft coasted the airspace of the archipelago that is disputed between China and Japan. The Japanese Defense Ministry: "We are ready to do whatever is necessary to protect our territories." Chi ... discuss

Christianity came to Japan in 1549. The Land of the Rising Sun must have been ready to hear the good news when St Francis Xavier first set foot on its shores. By the time he left, just two years later ... discuss

Delbert Benton survived the slings and arrows of this world for 88 years. Benton survived the Great Depression. He survived the deprivations of the Dust Bowl. He survived the multiple ailments, such a ... discuss

Every now and then, mama has to purge her shelves to make room for new shiny things we hope to use (or furry things that like to stare at us). Secretly, most of the time we purge just because we coul ... discuss

G’day Now there’s an amusing analogy. The scandalanche. Christianity. And the same as above, just very early. Stimulus not stimming. OK, then, but even if statistically sound, it won ... discuss

An excerpt from the Uniteds PX newsletter of the Bigelow Sanford Soccer Club, included in Where Do We Find Such Men:UPX, July-August 1945: “V-J Day” IN LI'L OLD New York, by Mary W. Murdoch“.... ... discuss

Nagoya, Japan, Aug 13, 2013 / 02:02 am (CNA/EWTN News).- The Feast of the Assumption is an important celebration for Catholicism in Japan because of its link to both death and eternal life, according ... discuss

On August 5, Feast of Our Lady of the Snow, I led members of my English prayer groups (around 40 people) on a day trip from Cloverdale to Mission. We began with the 9 am Mass @ Precious Blood, followe ... discuss

Tweetby Alanna GomezA person should consider their life well spent if they have made some substantial contribution to helping others. We consider people to be heroic when they have done something outs ... discuss

Pregnancy usually lasts 9 months and based on this fact, it has been traditionally divided into three trimesters, each comprising of 3 months. Trimester comes from Latin Trimestris meaning “of three ... discuss

Make no mistake, humans are a strange bunch! All over the world they take part in weird and wonderful festivals and celebrations while we all look on in wonderment! Here are a few of the best, or def ... discuss

P R E S S R E L E A S E WHERE DO WE FIND SUCH MEN? Can one small community win a world war single-handedly? You'll begin to wonder after reading Robert N. Going's latest book, Where Do We Find Such ... discuss

Balboa Park Reflecting Pool – San Diego California, a photo by !!WaynePhotoGuy on Flickr. San Diego Botanical Garden – Reflecting Pool Balboa Park is a primary attraction in San Diego and the ... discuss

British novelist Julian Barnes says he contemplated suicide over his wife’s death–and still does. From the Telegraph story: “The question of suicide arrives early, and quite l ... discuss

Sermon Notes: 4th Sunday after Epiphany, Year C, 2013 Scriptures: Luke 4:21-30 I mentioned in last week’s sermon that the reaction to Jesus’ words wasn’t quite foreshadowed by the ve ... discuss

I saw her for the first time in the Hart Building where our New York Senators had their offices, mounting the marble staircase. Last year, we ran into each other at the Maryland House rest stop on 95. ... discuss

Remarks of Robert N. Going at the funeral of Sylvester Foltman:On his 89th birthday, just over a year ago, after the cake and ice cream had been put away, I asked Uncle Sy if he had a favorite year i ... discuss

by John Jalsevac Co-authored with Hilary White January 23, 2013 (LifeSiteNews.com) - Japanese nurses and midwives involved in abortion are showing signs of “compassion fatigue” due to beli ... discuss

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NORAD Tracks Santa + Family Fun Activities ( Chinese | Deutsch | English | Español | Français | Italiano | Japanese Português ) tian ... discuss

Theme: time travel- going back in time to try to fix your mistakes. Some of the same lessons from Groundhog Day and It’s a Wonderful Life Genre: Chick-flick, coming of age story with baseball. Y ... 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

I originally posted this in 2005 and have updated it a couple of times. I like to present it every December 7th as the story is as poignant as ever, especially with our troops still in theater in Afgh ... discuss

Pro-Lifers Win First Appeals Court Victory Against HHS Mandate A federal appeals court today issued an order granting a motion for a preliminary injunction that temporarily blocks the implementati ... discuss

"We sleep safe in our beds because rough men stand ready in the night to visit violence on those who would do us harm." -- George Orwell =3 face=Sylfaen>(Unless you call the o'W.H. for help!) ... discuss

In praise of standing your ground for what you know is right From the New York Post By Kyle Smith Winston Churchill has his fans on the left. President John F. Kennedy, who was fascinated by hi ... discuss

The Writer: You're a Hindu Catholic?Pi: We get to feel guilty before hundreds of god.When I entered the theater I knew virtually nothing about the movie, except that there was something about a boy on ... discuss

"The most foolish mistake we could possibly make would be to allow the subjected people to carry arms.  History shows that all conquerors who hav ... discuss

This piece was compiled by Michael, June 7, 2012:The following are 70 facts that Barack Obama does not want you to see....$3.59 - When Barack Obama entered the White House, the average price of a gal ... discuss

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

article source: http://whyamericansaredumb.com/category/over-689-reason-not-to-vote-for-obama/  (5Sep12)689 Reasons to Defeat Barack Obama The National Review Online, September 10, 2012; Volu ... discuss

Retroactive from 1862, not until 1907 were Executive Orders (EO’s) published in the Federal Register. And today, over 15,000 EO’s have been issued and published. But, just what are they, and, mo ... discuss

Japanese stem cell researchers have discovered a way to combine the DNA of a gay couple to create an egg that can then be used for surrogacy. This procedure could be used to bypass the need of a fem ... discuss

Ken Blackwell and Bob Morrison, Contributing Authors: During last week's vice presidential debate, the candidates clashed over whose team would be better able to impose "crippling" sanctions on Iran ... discuss

Precious Puritans - “A fascinating controversy has erupted between the worlds of modern rap music and the early American Puritans, because of a song, ‘Precious Puritans,’ by Christia ... discuss

Adult Stem Cells over Embryonic Stem Cells. Looks like this is a  chickens have come home to roost moment, and the chickens have gone and won the Noble Prize. Hmm.. did that make sense? Anyhow, ... discuss

When embryonic stem cell research was being hyped during the last decade, MSM would often omit the word “embryonic” when reporting on the issue. When talking of the hope for cures, they wo ... discuss

romereports has uploaded Yamanaka awarded Nobel Prize in Medicine for work with stem cells. Yamanaka awarded Nobel Prize in Medicine for work w ... discuss

Scientists have been working in mouse models to transform body cells into induced pluripotent stem cells, and from there into sperm and eggs. Researchers in Kyoto, Japan have been able to use the ... discuss

I wish I could have had an abortion… — Paula’s StoryI've tried googling Paula's story for more information, but all I get is re-re-re-re-re-postings. It's ubiquitous, but has no visible source. ... discuss

Today is the optional memorial of St. Wenceslaus, martyr and St. Lorenzo Ruiz and Companions, martyrs.Saint Wenceslaus is the patron of both the Czech Republic and of Slovakia. He was born to a Christ ... discuss

From The Center for Vision & Values, Grove City College By Paul G. Kengor Editor’s note: A version of this piece first appeared at FoxNews.com. “What do you think of this?” So bega ... discuss

In the earlier years, Puerto Princesa appeared to be simply regarded as Palawan’s money. However , because the underground river started to be a part of the actual prestigious list of the brand ... discuss

From: thy Sent: Tuesday, September 18, 2012 Subject: A German View on IslamWow!  Right on target   A GERMAN VIEW OF ISLAM      This is by far the best explanat ... discuss

Workshop during the Global Sciences Congress in Denver, August 2000."Africa never had good medical care" "Federal Reserve" "Fedwatchers" Speculation Acceptances Rothschilds "Paul Warburg" "Internat ... discuss

Born in Genoa in 1564, he was the son of the Count of Tassarolo, and the nephew of Cardinal Philip Spinola. He was educated in Spain and in the Jesuit school in Nola, Italy. He entered the noviatia ... discuss

The Japaneses Obstetricians are taking excellent care of their patients; especially expectant women whose unborn child has a diagnosis of Down syndrome, when they urge caution after a diagnosis of Dow ... discuss

Mari Yamazakiâ Aya Ueto Hiroshi Abe Translator  Cameron Bailey I attended the North American Premiere of Thermae Roma at TIFF. I was a bit concerned that th ... discuss

Obama's Empty Chair This Labor Day - We Need Jobs 4 Yrs of Failed Leadership by Phyllis Schlafly, Eagle Forum: The businesses that support and lobby for so-called free trade are always trying to w ... discuss

Good grief: A sperm bank is bragging that it set the record of having children born with 40 year old sperm. From the press release, headlined “World Record Shattered:” Late in August, twin ... discuss

Today, we visited the Dallas World Aquarium. It was easily one of the best nature destinations we have been to. And, as the following photos shows, it is a photographers paradise. The variety and pr ... discuss

Gov. George Wallace, Democrat, tries to prevent desegregation at the University of Alabama in 1963.In the age of slavery, the Democrat Party was the home of those who supported, or were willing to tol ... discuss

By Patrick J. Buchanan After his great victory in Desert Storm, George H.W. Bush went before the United Nations to declare the coming of a New World Order. The Cold War was yesterday. Communism ... discuss

A couple of days after Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day, I posted on a comment Brandon Vogt had gotten on Facebook: “So not allowing certain individuals rights based on a religious viewpoint is not d ... discuss

From The Center for Vision & Values, Grove City College Consider this fictitious scenario: In the summer of 1950, President Thomas E. Dewey faced a national security crisis of extraordinary p ... discuss

On AUGUST 14, 1945, President Harry S Truman stated at a News Conference announcing VJ Day, ending World War II: "I have received this afternoon a message from the Japanese Government...His Majesty th ... discuss

The morning began, of course, with Sunday Mass.Usually, when I travel, I look for either an Eastern Rite Catholic church, or a Roman church that offers the Traditional Latin Mass (TLM). It may be a si ... discuss

I've always been troubled by the dropping of the atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. I wondered if there wasn't still a chance to end the war in another way - maybe the Japanese would have su ... discuss

On August 6 and August 9,1945, the United States dropped atomic bombs on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, respectively, to end WWII. 67 years later that decision is still controversial. ... discuss

Lima, Peru, Aug 9, 2012 / 12:02 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- During the presentation of a new book on his experiences during the 1997 hostage crisis at the Japanese embassy in Lima, Cardinal Juan Cipriani rec ... discuss

Proving that you can get teens to have less sex, or no sex. Question: What's the abortion rate among Japanese adolescents? I bet it's not as high as in countries where adolescents are more sexually ... discuss

On August 6, 1975, 29-year-old Cheryl Tubbs underwent a saline abortion at Pacific Glen Hospital in Los Angeles County. She experienced heavy vaginal bleeding after this safe, legal abortion, so she w ... discuss

In his piece today at NRO , Victor Davis Hanson addresses Barack Obama's disregard for truth and propensity for making up facts to suit the narrative, noting that although H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton, and ... discuss

Before Guadalcanal the enemy advanced at his pleasure. After Guadalcanal, he retreated at ours. Admiral William “Bull” Halsey Seventy years ago Marines of the First Division, The Old Breed ... discuss

Before Guadalcanal the enemy advanced at his pleasure. After Guadalcanal, he retreated at ours. Admiral William “Bull” Halsey Seventy years ago Marines of the First Division, The Old Breed ... discuss

On August 6, 1945, the United States dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima, Japan. It was the beginning of the end of World War II.It was a pivotal event. Truly, the world changed in an instant.A few ye ... discuss

Not cheap though: The Japanese engineering firm Fasotec is teaming up with Tokyo's Parkside Hiroo Ladies Clinic to offer expecting mothers 3D-printed models of their gestating bundles of joy," re ... discuss

Navy torpedo boat PT 109 was rammed AUGUST 2, 1943, by a Japanese destroyer and sunk. The commander sustained permanent back injuries yet helped survivors swim miles to shore, which unfortunately was ... discuss

If you are an expecting couple you know how important that ultrasound scan of you fetus is for you so much so that you wish you can have it as a memorabilia forever. A Japanese firm Fasotec has sense ... discuss

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat U.S. District Judge James Teilborg says Arizona’s fetal pain/20+ week abortion ban can take effect: U.S. District Judge James Teilborg said the sta ... discuss

U.S. District Judge James Teilborg says Arizona's fetal pain/20+ week abortion ban can take effect. U.S. District Judge James Teilborg said the statute may prompt a few pregnant women who are consider ... discuss

Did you have a tough day at the office? Well, who cares, because I know I did.What does a man do when he's had one of those days? Simple. He writes a form of Japanese poem known as a haiku. They consi ... discuss

"Life is not a spectator game but must be played out to the best of one’s abilities and circumstances. Many complain when evil wins though evil is the minority. But remember Burke’s truism, the ne ... discuss

A famous Japanese proverbial picture depicts three monkeys, in turn, covering the eyes, ears, and mouth. A fourth monkey with crossed arms has since been added, as the “Do No Evil” monkey, a dubi ... discuss

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OK, the videos are a bit hokey, but Delicious Nippon on YouTube has spurred me to plan (and PLOT!) some ono-licious asian meals! ;-) ... discuss

NEW YORK (AP) — The owner of I'll Have Another says he sold his Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner to a farm in Japan for $10 million, a price that far exceeded any amount he was offered in the Un ... discuss

I had too many books in my hands from the new book shelf at my local library. Since I only get them for two weeks, I needed to make hard choices. I'm happy I kept Hell in the Pacific: A Marine Rifle ... discuss

Is there any doubt that Mark Steyn is the most inventive, most effective conservative writer of our generation? Not in this house. I read him and not only get the political and cultural ideas he prese ... discuss

Living within our own era: …we see the distinction of its parts, rather than their co-relation. It is said that the Japanese Government once sent over a Commission to report upon the art of Euro ... discuss

Mark Steyn on the fiction that is the present US president. The new book analyzing Bo's lies about Bo is a nyt best seller inspite of the nyt trying to suppress it. Courtesy of David Maraniss' new b ... discuss

The next time you hear an abortion rights activist quip that the unborn fetus is not a human being or not a human person, or just a fish or more like an animal than a human baby, or nothing but a para ... discuss

Obama is bowing again. This time, he gives his subservient pose to Mexican president Felipe Calderon.John Nolte, Breitbart, Big Government, writes:In the midst of being "lectured to" by Vladmir Putin ... discuss

Unable to accomplish anything else, Congress has issued an apology for American attempts to restrict immigration back in the 19th century: The United States has apologized to African-Americans, Japane ... discuss

Who ever thought we would elect a such a President? -- rfh origin? http://www.usnews.com/news/blogs/ballot-2012/2012/04/06/obama-highlights-pro-woman-policies-at-white-house-forum/comments ... discuss

"In the absence of hard data, the abortion industry has already demonstrated their willingness to supply the press with any number they deem useful. Could the Guttmacher Institute be doing the same ... discuss

Gary Bauer, Contributing Author: There was more bad economic news for Barack Obama over the weekend and this morning. Europe continues to flail around for solutions to the chaos in Greece and the ... discuss

If I had to name a country where the pro-life movement is all but dead, Japan would be one of them. There are a few scant voices against abortion. But it is not a political issue there. There is no ... discuss

Today in Washington, D.C. -  May 30, 2012 Congress remains in recess except for House hearings. Yesterday, President Obama awarded Presidential Medal of Freedom to the following: John Glenn - fo ... discuss

This is certainly Post Ten inside a Sequence: Okazaki, japan Go — Circular Team Study Trade Stays in Okazaki, japan. The intercontinental corporation called Circular promotes yearly traveling th ... discuss

Proud to share my birthday with a man of noble character: American Minute with Bill Federer May 26 - The Duke - John Wayne Oscar winning actor Marion Michael Morrison, better known as Jo ... discuss

Two stories from the international abortion scene caught my attention in recent days. The first comes from Japan, the second from Rwanda. To put things in context, Japan legalized abortion in 1949, 24 ... discuss

Two stories from the international abortion scene caught my attention in recent days. The first comes from Japan, the second from Rwanda. To put things in context, Japan legalized abortion in 1949, 24 ... discuss

Clock showing Japanese population declineTop stories:Repeat abortions figures are disturbing and reveal flouting of law, says SPUCFigures which show a high incidence of multiple repeat abortions in En ... discuss

I apologize to all true American Heroes for having placed o'one'n done's name together with Theirs on the same blog entry but it is germane. -- rfh reference: Harrold's Sa.12May12 blog en ... discuss

o'gunban:  'It's not surprising ...they get bitter, they cling to guns or religion..'  Download the free "Gun Facts ... discuss

It's the beautiful Welsh lullaby Suo Gan - lyrics here - which was used for the theme in Steven Spielberg's 1987 Empire of the Sun. If you haven't seen this compelling movie - the story of a boy ... discuss

Do you know any Japanese people? If you do, you had better look fast, because they’re an endangered species. According to the United Nations, every hour of the day and night there are thirty less Ja ... discuss

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In the woods associated with Japan is a little known origin, which has been useful for centuries to reduce the appetite. Not only does this main curb your desire for food, also, it is a fantastic sour ... discuss

Like the day Pearl Harbor was bombed by the Japanese, Dec. 7, 2009, might too be recalled by history as a day that shall live in infamy. That was the day Environmental Protection Agency Administrator ... discuss

Last week was the week that it was, and so it is. Let's get started.• Somewhere in the world, a soccer ball has quite a story to tell, having been swept up by a tsunami in Japan, and found washed up ... discuss

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NOTE: This is Part 6 of a 10 day series on Accidental Unschooling. If you are OCD and want to start from the introduction or Part 1, hop to the bottom of this post and use the conveniently provided ... discuss

Dear Friends For Life, I hope you all had a blessed Easter and are enjoying this beautiful weather. Spring has finally arrived here on the Japanese Islands. The Cherry blossoms were beautiful this ... discuss

Tweetby Jonathon Van MarenIn the history of the 20th Century, there are few events quite as infamous as the 1937 Rape of Nanking. Iris Chang’s 1997 book The Rape of the Nanking exposed and immortali ... discuss

This is a subject I've posted on before, so essentially this is an adapted and somewhat rewritten repost. Often in a discussion of home education, the subject of costs comes up, and homeschooling is ... discuss

Is Obama a commie, Marxist, socialist, anti-capitalist, anti-American Values ...just plain stupid ...or all of the above? -- rfh article source: http://www.sodahead.com/united-states/obama-says-c ... discuss

Still Life with Japanese Children's Book (also known as A Japanese Tale)Claude Raguet Hirst - circa 1890-1899via lines and colors where there is interesting information about Claude Hirst. Image from ... discuss

In researching old newspapers for the Amsterdam war dead of World War II, I stopped on June 30, 1946. I should have kept going, as I now learn that yet another Amsterdam hero has gone unrecognize ... discuss

Angry Boys “Comedy” on HBO is  sexualizing children in a particularly disgusting way, and will likely get a pass from the left  because the kids being abused are Asian.   This falls un ... discuss

O’Neill declared China would be occupied as a major economic energy, surpassing the United States by 2035 in line with the current pace of economic progress. The economic power and influence ass ... discuss

< !DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN"> ce=Arial>Garet Garrett: Ex-America, part III Original posted on Conservative Action Alerts at: http://www.ConservativeActionAlerts. ... discuss

Eleanor Bader of RH Reality Check has become aware of Operation Save America’s States of Refuge campaign. The RH Reality Check website is one of the hubs promoting abortion and the homosexual agend ... discuss

Eleanor Bader of RH Reality Check has become aware of Operation Save America’s States of Refuge campaign. The RH Reality Check website is one of the hubs promoting abortion and the homosexual agend ... discuss

By: Jay Loeffers Good evening everyone, how are you doing? Well, this is my final article on Roosevelt. This is about his 4th election cycle, his failing health during his train stop tours, the broman ... discuss

 HM PM Harper has announced free trade talks with the Kingdom of Thailand and Japan. These are more huge opportunities for Canada! Canada and Japan have agreed to enter free-trade talks. Prim ... discuss

“The Mass murder in Afghanistan was predictable.” So says Michael Yon. And he’s one who should know. From his post, The mass murder in Afghanistan was predictable. Twice in the past ... discuss

The Japanese defence minister ordered the preparation of a "missile defense system", which will be located near the island of Okinawa. The international community is concerned about the escalation of ... discuss

DEMOCRAT U.S. Congressman Keith Ellison thinks the Nazis bombed Pearl Harbor. Video and transcript, from NewsBusters:CONGRESSMAN KEITH ELLISON (D-MINNESOTA): No, they [Iran] don’t have a weapon. The ... discuss

We are finally having our corned beef dinner tonight.  The weekend was just too packed - as I mentioned, Saturday (St. Patrick's Day) with seeing  Maddy in Madama Butterfly (she played Bu ... discuss

This is why Harley riders won’t wave or have anything to do with these PUNKS!. These are the same people that give a bad name to motorcycle riding and they need to be taken off the road before t ... discuss

This is what you should be eating today.  Even if you are not Irish.  It's just fun to have family traditions so that each year your kids know that on St. Patrick's Day you will have Corne ... discuss

Under President Obama we doubled-down in Afghanistan? We sent more of our fellow citizens to a long hard slog in a country whose synonym is Quagmire while announcing the eventual date of their withdr ... discuss

Christopher Browning sought to find out how the Germans turned into genocidal mass murderers in World War 2. He used as his sample set the post-war testimonies given by men of the Reserve Police Batta ... discuss

Similarities between the 1950 Japanese film Rashomon and the Casey Anthony trial. “Material evidence” or the lack of it does NOT trump common sense.   Now that the Casey Anthony trial ... discuss

In a lead editorial today, the New York Times ripped the Obama Administration’s legal argument for the targeted killing of U.S. citizens in the fight against Islamic terrorism. Attorney General ... discuss

MUSLIM SYMPATHIZER Hussein Obama, and his BLACK, PUPPET, COOL-AID, ASS-WIPE ‘FAST & Furious’ MURDERING DOJ can do anything they want and not have to answer to anyone…….Papa Mik ... discuss

October Baby “Every life is beautiful” From Brett Kunkle, Mark your calendars for March 23. That’s when a new movie, October Baby, will hit movie screens. I was able to preview the ... discuss

A commemoration of the first anniversary of the earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan last year was held today at United Nations Headquarters, with senior officials paying tribute to the resilience ... discuss

Researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital have announced they have found stem cells in ovaries that may be able to generate egg cells.  It was previously thought that women are born with ... discuss

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) announced today that it will appoint Japanese tea master Sen Genshitsu as a Goodwill Ambassador in recognition of his cont ... discuss

If you are not a melancholic person like myself, you might not “enjoy” this book, because only a  Image via Wikipedia melancholic person can “enjoy” the depression brought on by a hist ... discuss

For the first time, a South Korean leader raises the issue during celebrations marking the birth of the country's independent movement on 1 March and the start of the fight against Japanese colonialis ... discuss

The auxiliary bishop of Osaka was delighted to welcome a group of young South Koreans, sent by their church to the Land of the Rising Sun in the exchange program between the two communities: "God want ... discuss

Don't miss Charlotte Hays' fine column in yesterday's Washington Times....For a while, President Blameless could shirk responsibility by pointing fingers at his predecessor. That got old, though I can ... discuss

Today (January 22nd) is the 39th anniversary of the Roe vs. Wade Supreme Court ruling, but Norma McCorvey (a.k.a. Jane Roe of the case) is certainly not joyously celebrating. Dallas News Station, CW ... discuss

Differences will arise in every human endeavor - even amongst the most noble.  Generals and strategists gather in "war rooms" looking for the best possible "solution" in conquering an enemy.  ... discuss

The mayor of the Japanese city of Nagoya, which has been twinned with Nanjing since 1978, denies the massacre ever occurred. This has angered China, which now threatens to stay away from celebrations ... discuss

HM Canadian Government is again expanding our trade, this time with Japan. Expanding markets outside of the US is a good idea. Pacific trade will bring Canada a lot of jobs. Let's hope this comes to ... discuss

We seem to be “built” to speak and understand language.  The specialized areas of the brain, such as Broca’s and Wernicke’s areas, suggest that genetics provides us with, at very least, ... discuss

(Language alert for those who care.)The herd will not have it. The herd hates outliers. It’s nothing personal; it’s just for protection. If you stray from the herd, you get eaten. It’s as simple ... discuss

From: rapa Sent: Tuesday, February 14, 2012 Subject: The ultimate ethnic joke An  Englishman, a Scotsman, an Irishman, a Welshman, a Latvian, a Turk, a  German, an Indian, several Americans ... discuss

February is Black History Month in the United States, which I want to use to read the accounts of those whose experience so different from mine. Many historical texts are now freely available and are ... discuss

I recently finished The War, a Ken Burn's documentary series on World War 2, which was excellent, and my ears pricked up when he mentioned a book by an enlisted Marine, E. B. Sledge, this is my respon ... discuss

Bill Smith: People who have and do serve honorably in the military living up to their Oaths and remembering "Duty, Honor, Country" are heroes in my book. However, some deserve special mention in thei ... discuss

Here's another purported cost to homeschooling that came up in the discussion mentioned here: But if the parent decides to use some curriculum and the student finds it tedious, what are the actual ch ... discuss

From: bb Sent: Monday, February 06, 2012 Subject: Guns in the U.S. Something to think about.  Never Thought of it this way!      After the Japanese decimated the America ... discuss

Today we commemorate St. Paul Miki and Companions. These twenty-six martyrs are sometimes called the martyrs of Nagasaki and the martyrs of Japan. St. Francis Xavier brought the Good News of Christian ... discuss

Paulo Miki was born into a wealthy Japanese family. He was educated by the Jesuits in Azuchi and Takatsuki. He joined the Society of Jesus and became a well known and successful preacher - gaining num ... discuss

The Saints of the Day for February 6 are St. Paul Miki and Companions.Nagasaki, Japan, is familiar to Americans as the city on which the second atomic bomb was dropped, killing hundreds of thousands. ... discuss

(from 02/05)The Twenty-six Martyrs of Japan (日本二十六聖人, Nihon Nijūroku Seijin?) refers to a group of Christians who were executed by crucifixion on February 5, 1597 at Nagasaki.On August ... discuss

Life surprises you sometimes. Yesterday morning, for instance, I woke up and there was a newborn calf standing beside her mother. A heifer, even. My net worth went up about a hundred dollars just like ... discuss

Good morning to all. So, why blog? One reason. Stating the obvious. Boxing and the underside. So, the term “food stamp Presidents” fits Mr Obama or Mr Bush better? Which do you think ... discuss

Fifteen-year-old Gwendolyn M. Drummer was a student at Harry Ellis High in Richmond, California, when she was admitted to Doctor's Hospital of Pinole for a safe and legal abortion, to be performed Jan ... discuss

I read Unbroken in two days. I will summarize the story, mention the author's effect on the story, and then discuss the effect on me the reader. If I didn't have family responsibilities I would have f ... discuss

Hello Everyone! I’m thrilled to be here alongside my esteemed co-hosts at The Anchoress, where the best readers on the internet congregate.If you’ve never heard of me, or my blog, Betty Du ... discuss

I had the chance to speak at a pro-life rally for a few minutes last summer in Orlando, Florida. I began my short message by asking the question, “How many people here got involved in pro-life ... discuss

Japan has announced that it has recorded its first annual trade deficit since 1981. The Japanese Finance Ministry said on January 25 that the country posted a $32 billion trade deficit in 2011. ... discuss

The below letter to the editor is by Robert "Bob" McDowell, Jr. He is a Professional Engineer and Geologist with over 50 years experience in creating drilling prospects, supervising drilling, ... discuss

America has one last chance, and it is a very slim one. Americans can elect Ron Paul President, or they can descend into tyranny. Why is Ron Paul America’s last chance? Because he is the only candid ... discuss

Today (January 22nd) is the 39th anniversary of the Roe vs. Wade Supreme Court ruling, but Norma McCorvey (a.k.a. Jane Roe of the case) is certainly not joyously celebrating. Dallas News Station, CW ... discuss




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