Topic: locals

I just heard about this over the weekend and when I first heard of it I kind of rolled my eyes in the back of my head. It seems like all the anti-food documentaries and what not have been infultrating ... discuss

Family Research Center: Coming soon to a city near you: Houston Mayor Annise Parker’s totalitarian tactics! Pastors and churches beware: leaders in Cleveland, Ohio obviously didn’t learn anything ... discuss

Manila, Philippines, Nov 8, 2014 / 04:03 am (CNA/EWTN News).- A sign hangs outside a newly re-opened storefront in Tacloban. It reads “Thank you to our 'not so' foreign friends,” referenc ... discuss

Mumbai, India, Nov 7, 2014 / 12:03 am (CNA/EWTN News).- A parish and shrine dedicated to Our Lady of Fatima in the Archdiocese of Bombay draws thousands of pilgrims regularly, and serves the scheduled ... discuss

Last week, my husband and I spent a few days in Montreal, Canada. It was our first trip up to the Great White North since moving to the Boston area almost exactly one year ago. I had heard that Montre ... discuss

Recently, I've read and heard a good bit of scrutiny of short-term mission trips.  This could be because it's summertime in the US and many of my friends, or  the children of my friends, are ... discuss

”Whether we bring our enemies to justice or bring justice to our enemies, justice will be done.” — George W. Bush What a fantastic morning. Osama bin Laden has finally been brought to justice. W ... discuss

SteynOnlineMobile EditionRegular SiteHome | Search | BioThe Unmaking of the American Worldby Mark SteynNational ReviewJune 13, 2014127While we're waiting for Baghdad to fall and no ... discuss

SteynOnlineMobile EditionRegular SiteHome | Search | BioThe Unmaking of the American Worldby Mark SteynNational ReviewJune 13, 2014127While we're waiting for Baghdad to fall and no ... discuss

The faithfulness of one man to his God can move mountains.  For three years Bud Shaver had a continuous presence in front of the late-term abortion facility, Southwestern Women's Options, in Albu ... discuss

Most locals reacted like Rick Dinoso when he first heard that all the fish in Nevada's Sparks Marina were dead - an estimated 100,000 trout, bass and catfish. "All the fish don't just die," said Dinos ... discuss

Officials approve a property development in the south-eastern Chinese province. After almost 17 acres are seized, bulldozers destroy rural graves. Horrified, locals are told they "could sue if we want ... discuss

Oh, the "Islamophobia"! Watch for the worldwide denunciations of the bigoted, racist Petr Hejl to start raining down on his hatemongering head. "Prague locals want to oust Palestinian embassy," from t ... discuss

A Civil War general, a Wyoming storekeeper, and a Vietnamese businessman tell an extraordinary story of patriotism and opportunity. John Buford was a Union general who held the line against the Army o ... discuss

We are now a little over a week into our Branson vacation and things are working out just fine. The condo we are renting in Branson West (The photo at left is from our third floor deck.) is clean, coz ... discuss

A college campus is a great place for a ghost story to take root. From library stacks to lecture halls, universities are targets for students and locals alike to get their fix of hauntingly scary ... discuss

o'mam's murdering alliesRight Side News – No word on whether this innocent little girl was Christian or Alawite. Regardless, this is disgusting, deviant, and demonic behavior to any civilized s ... discuss

Vatican City, Sep 14, 2013 / 02:57 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- On the occasion the beatification of Fr. José Gabriel Brochero of Cordoba, Argentina, known to locals as the “cowboy priest,” P ... discuss

Vatican City, Sep 14, 2013 / 12:01 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- On Sept. 14, Pope Francis beatified Fr. José Gabriel Brochero of Cordoba, Argentina, known to locals as the “cowboy priest.” ... discuss

Guest Post by Mara Zebest at The Gateway Pundit The team involved in tracking the Benghazi suspects are being pulled out—how convenient. In the Fox video report below, around the 1:50 minute marker ... discuss

I spent my weekend engrossed in this book. The Dead Women of Juarez is a fictional story about a very real ongoing tragedy in Juarez, Mexico.At least 400 women and girls have been raped, tortured ... 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

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

I have always heard that if you are going to teach something, you should teach what you are passionate about. I am passionate—more like adamant—about the eternal security of the believer. Or as St ... discuss

Washington D.C., Jan 10, 2013 / 12:17 am (CNA).- A Maryland university employee has been reinstated after spending three months on administrative leave for signing a petition to allow locals to vote o ... discuss

Farm Bill –Policy Issues, Political Notes Dan Popkey reported on Wednesday evening at the Idaho Statesman Online that, “Majority Leader Eric Cantor, R-Va., said Wednesday in Boise that the House w ... discuss

So I wish mainstream media and right wing talk shows would quit lumping them together. In Egypt the Muslim Brotherhood is in power and egging on extremists (their new president's first act was to dema ... discuss

If there ever was any doubt whatsoever that the American mainstream media was completely in the tank for Democrats, and lately, especially FOR Barack Obama and AGAINST Mitt Romney, all such doubt was ... discuss

How horrific....may they find this crazed and evil person before he harms anyone else.  I wonder what possessed him to do such a thing. It had to be drugs or just pure evil. Praying the sister su ... discuss

Beaver Island is the largest (55.8 square miles) of a fourteen-island archipelago, located just west of the northern tip of Michigan's lower peninsula, and just 32 miles by ferry or "puddle jumper" fr ... discuss

Stand True President and Priests for Life Youth Outreach Director Bryan Kemper joined locals from Columbus, OH and the Abolitionists Society of Ohio to greet the Planned Parenthood touring bus Friday ... discuss

  Stand True President and Priests for Life Youth Outreach Director Bryan Kemper joined locals from Columbus, OH and the Abolitionists Society of Ohio to greet the Planned Parenthood touring bus ... discuss

  From: drude Sent: Wednesday, August 08, 2012 Subject: To the Choir Wall Street Journal Sizes Up Obama A "deadly" article regarding Obama,in the Wall Street Journal, which today is the mo ... discuss

August 15, 2012. (Romereports.com) The honorary title of Righteous Among the Nations is a recognition by the Holocaust memorial Yad Vashem for people who are not Jewish yet risked their lives during W ... discuss

Vacation Trials and Tribulations | Crisis Magazine:August 8, 2012Vacation Trials and Tribulationsby Rev. George W. RutlerIt is not my practice to take vacations. They strike me as a form of surrender ... discuss

Buenos Aires, Argentina, Aug 6, 2012 / 04:06 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- Pope Benedict XVI is calling on Argentineans to be generous during a special collection to be held in the country on Sept. 9.   ... discuss

Buenos Aires, Argentina, Aug 6, 2012 / 04:06 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- Pope Benedict XVI is calling on Argentineans to be generous during a special collection to be held in the country on Sept. 9.   ... discuss

Buenos Aires, Argentina, Aug 6, 2012 / 04:06 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- Pope Benedict XVI is calling on Argentineans to be generous during a special collection to be held in the country on Sept. 9.   ... discuss

From Vatican Radio Who would have thought that the London Olympics could offer the perfect opportunity to put New Evangelisation into practise? The Catholic Church of England and Wales- that ... discuss

Mexico City, Mexico, Aug 2, 2012 / 12:01 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- Cardinal Norberto Rivera Carrera of Mexico City praised the 14th century saint Juan Diego for teaching the Catholic faith to locals throug ... discuss

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Aug 1, 2012 / 02:12 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- The Church in Rio de Janeiro said locals welcome with open arms – like the massive statue of Christ the Redeemer that overlooks t ... discuss

by Andrew Ratelle Beneath the scorching heat and wind of a Wyoming summer, a mix of nearly a hundred volunteers and hired hands worked some six thousand man hours between the months of June and July d ... discuss

by Steve Jalsevac Matt Harding has been traveling the world for quite a few years doing his silly dance for the camera. He often gets many of the locals in one nation after another to very willingly j ... discuss

Summer is the peak time for Short Term Missions Trips, it seems. I recall my home church packing a van full of teenagers and heading for Mexico. These trips, whether to Mexico, the Caribbean or beyo ... discuss

Sitting in a vacation home in Virginia right now… we’re here for a week with Strider’s family, and it is *so* good. We had an awful time getting here. Our plan to get a hotel part wa ... discuss

An experienced Fontana motor vehicle accident attorney will confirm that understanding of an urban area, its avenues and car accident data could be especially useful when managing car collision injury ... discuss

Communism never inspired love in a deeply faithful people  From Catholic Herald (UK) By Father Alexander Lucie-Smith   Poles attend the installation of Pope John Paul II AP/Press ... discuss

Burning a Quran in Pakistan is not well tolerated ... it can get you burned alive by a crazed Muslim mob:A man accused of blasphemy, according to Islamic religious law, was extra-judicially killed in ... discuss

On day 1 of the speaking tour of Australia and New Zealand I had the opportunity to speak at the Life Dinner in Melbourne where more than 400 people were in attendance.On Sunday, June 24, I flew to Ad ... discuss

5 June AD 754 The man who later became known as Saint Boniface was born around AD 670-680 at Crediton, Devonshire, England and baptized Winfrid or Wynfrith. Although he was educated, he became a monk& ... discuss

Local Marketing For Your Mobile Ready Website Can Be Your Secret Weapon Unless you run a business that ships goods all over the country and/or the world your local business probably caters to…w ... discuss

After much testing, trying, and searching for the right curriculum, we believe Todd and  I, have found the right one for us.  I am so excited!  We have selected the curriculum ... discuss

Irak: Neues Kloster für interreligiöse Begegnungen A new monastery is being built in northern Iraq as place of encounter and prayer for Christians and Muslims. The model is the Syrian Convent o ... discuss

Today's saint of the day is St. George. St George is honored in the Catholic Church as one of the most illustrious martyrs of Christ. The Greeks have long distinguished him by the title of The Great M ... discuss

From OddityCentral.com, April 9: The devotee scales the high walls of the religious shrine on a rope, a bucket dangling off his back. Once he is at the top (typically about 30ft high), he miraculousl ... discuss

Slowly, things are getting back to normal following yesterday's 8.7 quake. The tsunami alert is lifted but concerns remain. Five people are killed and a few are injured when a building collapses. The ... discuss

Locals in northern Afghanistan have cried foul after officials recently claimed the end of illicit drug production in Parwan Province. Many say that despite the back-patting, the production, sale, and ... discuss

Locals in northern Afghanistan have cried foul after officials recently claimed the end of illicit drug production in Parwan Province. Many say that despite the back-patting, the production, sale, and ... discuss

Worrying trends in Ireland paint a picture of a country whose strong Catholic tradition is eroding. I'm not surprised. I visited Ireland for two weeks in 1991 with my mother and a friend. Everywhere w ... discuss

The construction of a naval base on Jeju Island remains controversial, and locals reject its necessity. Catholic religious institutes celebrate large Mass, demand the release of a Catholic priest and ... discuss

Last Saturday morning, while sidewalk counseling outside the Planned Parenthood abortion mill, Karla, Pat and I had a most interesting conversation about the phenomenal interest that young people arou ... discuss

Historical interpreter Bill Barker returned to Annapolis last week for what he said was “Mr. Jefferson’s” fifth visit to Maryland’s capital. The real Thomas Jefferson only came through four ti ... discuss

I just heard about this over the weekend and when I first heard of it I kind of rolled my eyes in the back of my head. It seems like all the anti-food documentaries and what not have been infultrati ... discuss

Piran’s family origins are obscure; tradition says he came from Ireland. Spent his youth in south Wales where he founded a church in Cardiff. Received religious schooling at the monastery of Saint C ... discuss

Clearly, apologizing and accepting blame for Muslim's misdeeds and properly disposing of Muslim-desicrated qurans isn't working out so well: [...] The killings in south Afghanistan came after two seni ... discuss

From: Alpine Beer Company  Sent: Tuesday, February 28, 2012  Subject: To Boldly Brew Where No Brew Has Gone Before To Boldly Brew Where No Brew Has Gone Before      Since ... discuss

Lieutenant Colonel John Darin Loftis, assigned to the 866th Air Expeditionary Squadron, was identified late Sunday as one of the two U.S. military officers murdered on Saturday by a gunman in the Afgh ... discuss

The other day a Recorder reporter asked for my thoughts on Amsterdam's Downtown Past, Present and Yet to Come. A few of my remarks made the paper today. Here's the rest of what I said:My famil ... discuss

The High Court in Kerala heeds a request by the Italian consul in Mumbai to wait for two Italian policemen before conducting the test. Locals are satisfied, believing that cooperation is the only way ... discuss

Public and private hospitals in Hong Kong have already met their foreign resident quotas. Many mainland women come to the territory to have their baby, raising fears among locals that they will not fi ... discuss

In the biographies of the saints called the Acta Sanctorum which were preserved at the Abbey of Fécamp in Normandy it is said that he was born about 681 A.D., either in Devon or Cornwall, or more pro ... discuss

The new facility should be completed in the next two years and cover a 5-hectare area at the cost of 10 billion rupees. The WWF and the IUCN sound the alarm, raising the species’ status from “enda ... discuss

Have you ever heard of the concept Graffiti Graveyard?  I did a little Google search to see if this is a common name and if there were places like this throughout the country or even  throughout the ... discuss

Part 1: We BeginPart 2: On the RoadPart 3: We ArrivePart 4: The Strange Encounter-----------------------Once we didn't have to worry about accommodating a dog, hotel selection became so ... discuss

Where has Mike been? At the March for Life in Washington D.C. I would have loved to have blogged about the event beforehand, but life got in the way. So, here's my all too brief recap.This was my seco ... discuss

Last week I filmed a 14-minute segment with my boss at the Independence Institute, Jon Caldara, on his show Devil’s Advocate. The topic for discussion was the timely news that members of the Col ... discuss

I saw this picture and thought, "What if that is how we felt about the Mass?" It isn't of course. At least not as the "Body of Christ." There are some of us that go to those lengths, but not eve ... discuss

Life is Precious Conference Respecting Life as the Foundation of Social Justice Featuring Special Guest Melissa Ohden, Abortion Survivor Saturday, January 21, 2012 Christ the King Church 5711 SW 9th S ... discuss

Anthony Beevor has given us WW2 history geeks another well-researched gift in Cover of D-Day: The Battle for NormandyD-Day: The Battle for Normandy. A few years ago, before I started writing these boo ... discuss

IMAGE: Norman Rockwell, Freedom From Want, 1943It's generally quiet here at the house where I grew up. I actually haven't watched TV much since I've been here. Much of the time here has been spent wri ... discuss

Have you ever heard of the concept Graffiti Graveyard?  I did a little Google search to see if this is a common name and if there were places like this throughout the country or eve ... discuss

From: Chuck Baldwin at http://ChuckBaldwinLive.com Sent: Thursday, October 20, 2011 Subject:  A Suggested Survival List by Chuck Baldwin, October 20, 2011"A Suggested Survival List" ... discuss

More from source at http://www.jihadwatch.org/2011/10/justice-department-meets-with-hamas-linked-islamic-supremacists-who-call-for-limits-on-free-speech-a.htmlTop Justice Department officials convened ... discuss

Please pass to Jewish and/or Negro members of Congress, your state legislatures, local government, among your community. Link to a list of Congressional Members of the Black Caucus: http://w ... discuss

Matthew 22:35-3935Then one of them, which was a lawyer, asked him a question, tempting him, and saying, 36Master, which is the great commandment in the law? 37Jesus said unto him, Thou shalt love the ... discuss

Best Time for cheap flights Fall proves to be the best time when you can get cheap flights to Beijing because the months of September to November do not have many tourists. The weather is excellent wi ... discuss

Best Time for cheap flights Fall proves to be the best time when you can get cheap flights to Beijing because the months of September to November do not have many tourists. The weather is excellent wi ... discuss

When we speak associated with high quality as well as affordable rental car within Fiji, there are some of the notable things which 1 may be certain associated with, a wallet pleasant cost and a huge ... discuss

As some of you know, my Father is a retired General Motors worker and a 31 year member of the U.A.W. Which basically makes me the son of a Union member. Which is why this story here makes me even the ... discuss

As some of you know, my Father is a retired General Motors worker and a 31 year member of the U.A.W. Which basically makes me the son of a Union member. Which is why this story here makes me even the ... discuss

"It is precisely this clinging to victimhood as a means of demonstrating one’s virtue and advancing one’s well-being that has led us into a society in which welfare and quotas are "civil rights, ... discuss

Well, they won’t be “post human” exactly.  More current tortoise.   From theTelegraph story: Jonathan, the tortoise, is believed to be 178-years-old and was about 70 at the time ... discuss

Most national and international Catholic charities today reflect the thinking of the world and not the Church. Pope Benedict is trying to resurrect their Catholic identity but has an uphill strug ... discuss

Curtsy to Brett McS for sending me this little piece about the lessons kind-hearted Westerners learn when trying to help Haitians. Anthony Bourdain, for example, who thought he'd do something nice fo ... discuss

NPR ran a story today on the Institute of Medicine’s report to be released tomorrow which will include a list of recommended services to be covered with no cost-sharing under the Obamacare law. But ... discuss

“Gramma, did you ever go back to Fornoli?”“No, never.”“Wouldn't you like to?”“Nope.”“Why not?”“Why do you think we came here?”** ... discuss

Great piece referencing a must-see movie:The Community Organizer Who Would be King By Clarice FeldmanI really have to stop reading MayBee's sarcastic comments   just  before bedtime. ... discuss

[On this, the occasion of celebrating the independence of these United States, we present this entry from April of 2010. Party on, America! -- DLA]Like I said, "Sal" has been after me to take her to W ... discuss

A 1,400-year-old fresco of St Paul has been discovered in an ancient Roman catacomb.  The sixth-century fresco of Saint Paul has been discovered in the Catacombs of San Gennaro in Naples From ... discuss

On a left-wing blog the other day there was a post I could not help commenting on. It talking about the antiwar movement of the left be defused by "Bush laughing and continuing to fight his wars" or ... discuss

My Druid is Christ, the son of God,Christ, Son of Mary, the Great Abbot,The Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost.~ St. Columba of IonaO Columba spes Scotorumnos tuorum meritoruminterventu beatorumfac co ... discuss

Rongo Environment Summit was developed by Evans Wagoro Foundation in 2009 with a mandate to oversee environment conservation initiatives in Rongo District. The main priority of the Summit is River Ban ... discuss

5 June AD 754The man who later became known as Saint Boniface was born around AD 670-680 at Crediton, Devonshire, England and baptized Winfrid or Wynfrith. Although he was educated, he became a monk&n ... discuss

Speaking of Les Miserables, have you heard the new Jean Valjean? Alfie Boe: Let Him Live Here he is at the tail end of a line up of four Valjeans at the 25th Anniversary concert. The first is Co ... discuss

In this thread here yesterday, some idiot did a drive by and claimed that Al-Qaeda did not exist. I deleted it, because it sounded so stupid. I wish now that I kept it. Anyhow, here we go: (CNN) ̵ ... discuss

In this thread here yesterday, some idiot did a drive by and claimed that Al-Qaeda did not exist. I deleted it, because it sounded so stupid. I wish now that I kept it. Anyhow, here we go: (CNN) ̵ ... discuss

In yet another case of our hard-earned taxpayer dollars being milked by Obama-supporting, heavily Democrat-supporting labor unions, the NY Daily News reports that during the next three years 'no-work' ... discuss

Well, no, it won’t necessarily be, as there’s very little scintillating about that topic (unless you’re an economist, but maybe not even then). But I just wanted to weigh in on the b ... discuss

The wounds inflicted by war are still open, whilst the military proves incapable of communicating with locals in their language. A mission sent by the Congress of Religions looks into the situation of ... discuss

Video click  here or go to  http://gatewaypundit.rightnetwork.com/2011/04/muslim-troops-slaughter-1000-civilians-in-ivory-coast-massacre/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=F ... discuss

Last night Secondhand Smokette called for me to come into the den to look at CNN’s Piers Morgan grilling Bob Parsons, the CEO of something called Go Daddy–which is apparently a Web company ... discuss

Editor’s note: On March 16, 2011 the Caroline County Planning Commission had a public hearing regarding a proposed special exception permit to allow the extraction of sand and gravel at Bl ... discuss

On his radio program on Friday, Mark Levin delivered a terrific monologue about the Democrats in Wisconsin and Judge Maryann Sumi.Listen to the podcast. He begins his show talking about the "legal ana ... discuss

On Saturday, I was looking through various news reports, still trying to make sense of what had happened in Japan on Friday, when I came across an item of interest about the Shrine of Our Lady of Aki ... discuss

Kudos to Bishop Timothy Dolan of New York for weighing in on the censorship of a billboard erected in SoHo depicting a young African-American girl with the caption: THE MOST DANGEROUS PLACE FOR AN AF ... discuss

The medical marijuana movement, to a large degree, was used by activists–whose real goal was recreational license–as the proverbial foot in the door.  They hid behind sick people, used th ... discuss

This past Saturday, February 26, pro-aborts tried to organize a “Walk for Choice” in various cities around the country. The goal was to show support for Planned Parenthood in the face of o ... discuss

Faith & Family Magazine Hosts “Mom’s Day Away” April RetreatRegistration is now open for this event in Stoneham, MassachusettsNew London, Conn. (March 2, 2011) —Faith and Family magazine has b ... discuss

source: "Russia Times" source: Pat Condell In the Oval Office? ..source: Pat Condellsource: "Russia Times" source: "TheTVLicence" | Feb 11, 2011 Multiculturalism is dead in Europe, B ... discuss

(CNSNews.com) – The Republican congressman leading the investigation into the Obama administration’s decision to grant more than 700 waivers [2] to the new health care law is questioning whether t ... discuss

From: thy Sent: Wednesday, January 26, 2011 Subject: Palin/MObamaThe real Truth about Sarah Palin Democrat, Independent, or Republican....the second half of this email should make all of us very sick, ... discuss

Our Safeway grocery store is in a complex of nice little shops behind a big, now empty Blockbuster. In the past few years the complex has gotten more upscale — and a lot of old-timers think it&# ... discuss

As election day rolls in tomorrow, we need to make sure that the pro-life side is well represented in the final outcome.  We all need to vote and make our voices heard.  It's always interest ... discuss

Erick Stakelbeck, CBN Terrorism Analyst reported on the show yesterday -- The proposed mega-mosque at Ground Zero has sparked outrage among many Americans. But far from the bright lights of Manhattan, ... discuss

Previously, I posted a commentary stating why the State of Louisiana should be held responsible for the deaths.As per the Washington Post:"Behind the scenes, a power struggle emerged, as federal offic ... discuss

Arriving in Charleston, South Carolina, Thursday afternoon, I was met by Annette, a buoyant grandmother easily recognizable by her bright blue scarf bearing the image of the patroness of the Catholic ... discuss

Nearly three months after Hurricane Ike, Galveston's Dickens on the Strand street festival goes onIsland residents, struggling to regain their lives, welcome visitorsBy Helen AndersAMERICAN-STATESMAN ... discuss

From The American Thinker: April 24, 2010 The do-as-I-say (not as I do) duo Thomas Lifson and his wife don't always follow their own advice on living healthy to reduce the burden on ObamaCare fina ... discuss

  A short article from the Wall Street Journal that needs to be read by every level headed American!!! A “deadly” article regarding Obama, at the Wall Street ... discuss

Who among you is strong? In our world, strength is valued highly, as it should be. It’s the football player who wins the awards, the soldiers who get parades, and the marathon runners, cancer survi ... discuss

http://www.shouldhavebeenaborted.com/index.html ... discuss

Nadine the 'Pig Whisperer' Love this story of pigs having fun in crystal clear water in the Bahamas.Underwater photographer Eric Cheng stumbled across the unusual residents during a diving expedition ... discuss

Nearly three months after Hurricane Ike, Galveston's Dickens on the Strand street festival goes onIsland residents, struggling to regain their lives, welcome visitorsBy Helen AndersAMERICAN-STATESMAN ... discuss

Irene Vilar worries that her self-described "abortion addiction" will be misunderstood, twisted by the pro-life movement to deny women the right to choose. Latina author Irene Vilar's new book, "Imp ... discuss

Over my dead body. You thought there was an uproar over the Obama speech in the schools. American Family Association checked the fine print in H.R. 3200 and sent out this notice: Under an innocuous-s ... discuss

It's an interesting fact that many locals have long known, but cared little about. Apparently the mayor of Mount Vernon cares, though, and is giving the political commentator the key to the city becau ... discuss

Flossie LaneHere is a fascinating story from the Telegraph published 19 June 2009:Flossie Lane, who died on June 13 aged 94, was reputedly the oldest publican in Britain, and ran one of the last genui ... discuss

If you've ever read Eugene Kane, you had to know that this was coming. Kane is so predictable I could have written this column for him.Soon after my arrival in Milwaukee during the early 1980s, some l ... discuss

The Pentagon has released a plan to deploy 20,000 troops in America by 2011.  The deployment would be to assist locals in dealing with terrorist attacks, or so the story goes: Before the terroris ... discuss

As Melanie Phillips points out today in her piece titled, "Revolution you can believe in," ever since Sarah Palin's "game changing" convention speech in which she took a swipe at Obama for having been ... discuss

So says the DNC. They won't be fooled by John McCain's attempt to win their votes by adding Sarah Palin to the ticket. They are right. Women are too smart... to have someone else tell them how they w ... discuss

tp://www.politico.com/blogs/bensmith/0908/Obama_on_Palin.html?showall">Barack Obama had some tough words for the smear-meisters leaping on the story of Sarah Palin's pregnant daughter, Bristol.He was ... discuss

KELO News Planned Parenthood of Sioux Falls, did not abort yesterday in response to a newly enforced 2005 abortion law, which I LifeNews.com and Reported the Voices Carry blog: Five women arrived for ... discuss

It was anything but a typical Monday morning at South Dakota's only abortuary. (Today was compliance day.) Five women arrived for abortion appointments and found the doors were closed and locked. Hmm. ... discuss

Some weird stuff is happening in the woods of Waldo.From the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel:Some 150 anarchists from throughout the United States and Canada descended on a strip of private land this week ... discuss

I was looking through the want ads and noticed a couple interesting job openings. The South Dakota Campaign for UNHealthy Families is looking (of course, out of state) to fill some key job openings. ... discuss

Apparently fearing that the DNA samples taken at the order of Judge Walther are 'tainted,' Texas officials have returned to one FLDS family for a third sample:The Texas Attorney General's Office serve ... discuss

Without endorsing John McCain, which I will never, ever do, I present to you the awesomest bumper sticker ever. Awesome. For my thoughts on the upcoming election, I refer you to these Zippy posts, ... discuss

The Family Research Council reports...Congress may be adjourned for the Memorial Day recess, but a series of misguided state bills aren't providing any relief for pro-family groups. Just ask the resid ... discuss

We had a mess o' company this weekend, not to mention thunderstorms, a little flooding down the road, some gardening to tend, and some furniture rearranging to do, so I didn't keep up with the news. I ... discuss

From The Daily News:Rep. Anthony Weiner, a likely 2009 mayoral candidate, is pouring his heart into Hillary Clinton's White House bid - literally.Weiner, whose district includes parts of Queens and Br ... discuss

... catching up ... on this list of what I've read this year.Red Seas Under Red Skies by Scott Lynch**** ... the sequel to The Lies of Locke Lamora which was like Indiana Jones goes to sci-fi adventur ... discuss

New Jersey Hall of Fame welcomes first-ever classIf you ask the Boss, New Jersey doesn't often get the respect it deserves.But Sunday night, as he took his place among the first-ever inductees to the ... discuss

Times [UK]:A British citizen who converted to Christianity from Islam and then complained to police when locals threatened to burn his house down was told by officers to “stop being a crusader”, a ... discuss

This is a horrifying story from Austria. It is not directly tied to the pro-life issue but is so shocking I must blog on it. Wrote the MonstersandCritics.com] The crime was exposed when one of the d ... discuss

Today is the Feast of St. George the Martyr. It is also the 6th birthday of my firstborn, Jamie, whose patron is St. George.From the Medieval Saints Yahoo Group:St. George, soldier and martyrAlso know ... discuss

Watching Benedict exit the plane in DC and greet President & Mrs. Bush and Jenna Bush,* I was struck by the difference in his body language vs John Paul II. John Paul would greet someone by clas ... discuss

Arriving in Charleston, South Carolina, Thursday afternoon, I was met by Annette, a buoyant grandmother easily recognizable by her bright blue scarf bearing the image of the patroness of the Catholic ... discuss

From Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Mar. 05 –Residents of Tehran are beginning to panic after SMS text messages started to appear in mobile phones claiming that there is a possibility of an impend ... discuss

It's not very politically correct, and in some quarters is not even safe, to say that Islam is a problem. A couple of years ago, I spent several days in the Kenya/Sudan border town of Lokichoggio in ... discuss

Here is what slimy dick has to say about the Clintons' behavior as they see the nomination slipping away from them:February 21, 2008 -- Barack Obama's victory in Wisconsin on Tuesday was just the late ... discuss

Rep. Nicole LeFavour (D-19) representing Idaho’s most far left districts writes about scared Conservative lawmakers: 1. Wolves: not for their teeth but for the fact that, to a sizable number of ... discuss

  Do you think your vote will go to waste? Does a Clinton or Obama presidency terrify you? Think voting for a candidate whose poll numbers are low is a waste?   From Doug Phillips blog: &nb ... discuss

As The Sundays sang, “Here’s where the story ends.” Or should I say begins? Perhaps it’s all in your perspective. Welcome to the Weekly Town Crier. This is a weekly post where ... discuss

Oh, the woes of Hillary! No kid glove treatment in New Hampshire, I see! I once interrupted a New York rally in 2000 when she was running for Senate by bringing my two girls, and carrying a homemade b ... discuss

It is good to remind ourselves that the world outside the US and its political race is still out there and still requires our attention. William Dalrymple reminds us that Benazir Bhutto was not everyt ... discuss

This is a reality check: Oh, how the animal liberationists must be writhing in anguish and grief about this story from India. It seems a tribe of lowest caste Indians is making a decent living killin ... discuss

No one is talking about it, but apparently the Wyoming Republican Primary is today (1/5/2008). It is being widely ignored in the Press who are focussing 100% on New Hampshire, but Wyoming could have ... discuss

I've been thinking about tomorrow's first caucus and how having a few states like Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina select the nominees for the rest of the country...or at least weed out candidat ... discuss

Merry Christmas! Al Qaeda roasting on an open fire… Apache helicopters nipping at their noses… From Fox News: U.S. commanders in Iraq have released dramatic video showing a car contain ... discuss

Let's face it: there are quite a few annoying things about John McCain, and some of them are good and sound reasons why he should not be the Republican nominee for President of the United States.For e ... discuss

BOLIVIA, N.C. (AP) - An unknown predator mauled a pit bull and killed two puppies in Brunswick County, and residents fear it's the same animal that killed three dogs in September. No one has reported ... discuss

Our favorite beach in this area has always been the North Jettys. It’s a beautiful beach, and the majority of the people who go there are locals. But, it’s located in Sarasota County, wh ... discuss

I guess I'm an Arkansan. Been here purtneer 18 years, the longest I've lived anywhere 'cept Rhode Island, and the first 6 to 8 of those 22 I don't remember much of. I came to Arkansas in 1991; Hucka ... discuss

Whether we fight to pass the Human Life Amendment or localize the battle for the hearts and minds of the American people, one of the most important steps is to elect a president dedicated to the prote ... discuss

At a time when a $100 barrel of oil makes economies around the world quiver, the “conservationists” are more interested in a yellow-billed loon than in your ability to drive to work, pick ... discuss

Over the last week I have been asked several times by students and staff at my school if I will be celebrating Halloween with my children. Some ask the question because they just assume that I will b ... discuss

Thanks to Randy Murphy for sharing this poem and artwork with us.We can speculate on what the dead unborn would say, but we know from Scripture that the blood of the innocent does cry out to God. We l ... discuss

In an update received by Phillip Cosby of National Coalition for the Protection of Families:The news media recently has had a flurry of coverage concerning our fight against the sex industry. As usua ... discuss

Received by email:Friday, September 28, 2007PRESS RELEASEThe Death of Free Speech at Memorial University of Newfoundland:MUN Students' Union disallows pro-life group On Wednesday, September 26, the Me ... discuss

Terri Schiavo, the woman who was starved and dehydrated to death under court order of Circuit Court Judge, George W. Greer of Pinnelas-Pasco's Sixth Judicial Court just two years ago, the constant le ... discuss

General David H. Petraeus, Commander of the Multi-National Force in Iraq, reports to Congress:As a bottom line up front, the military objectives of the surge are, in large measure, being met. In recen ... discuss

The town of Herndon in Northern Virginia has decided to shut down its controversial day labor center rather allow illegal aliens to use it. Bravo. (Source) Brief history for those who haven’t f ... discuss

With Taliban’s release of Korean Christian hostages, caution for missionaries | csmonitor.com Views on missionaries whose chief aim is sharing the gospel in hot spots vary widely among the nong ... discuss

From Celeste Broyles at the Long Island Coalition for Life: 40 Days for Life: The Groundbreaking Pro-Life Campaign that GETS RESULTS!Save Lives From Abortion... Protect Women and Men... Provide Healin ... discuss

10 Capucian Friars of the Renewal came to Philadelphia to spread the message of Christ's love. The CFR's were joined by four Archdiocese of NY seminarians and five members of the Generation Life movem ... discuss

The Agence France-Presse (AFP) recently did a story on the growing popularity of eco-tourist activity whale-shark swimming. Known to locals as butanding, the unaggressive whale shark can grow as big a ... discuss

The Roman equivalent of "when Hell freezes over" was cum mula peperit: "when a mule foals." Mules, as you probably know, are donkey-horse hybrids. Whereas a horse has 64 chromosomes and a donkey has ... discuss

Christian Science Monitor has run two very important reports on China and its relationship with Sudan, something I had written about in the past: In Sudan, China focuses on oil wells, not local needs. ... discuss

Liberals are such crybabies. (By the grace of God, I’m no longer a liberal. No more tears!) They’re still whining about the domination of conservative talk radio. The Center for American Progress ... discuss

EIFELHEIM by Michael FlynnNo wonder so many in St. Blog's were talking up this wonderful science fiction book a while ago (The Curt Jester and Elliot both have much more thorough reviews). Briefly: im ... discuss

My Druid is Christ, the son of God,Christ, Son of Mary, the Great Abbot,The Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost.~ St. Columba of IonaO Columba spes Scotorumnos tuorum meritoruminterventu beatorumfac co ... discuss

Previously, I posted a commentary stating why the State of Louisiana should be held responsible for the deaths.As per the Washington Post:"Behind the scenes, a power struggle emerged, as federal offic ... discuss

Puerto Princesa, the capital of the Philippines’ most breathtaking ecological paradise, Palawan, was on the list of must-visits for my wife and me, and in September 2006, we stayed for three days an ... discuss

I have long believed that many animal liberationists don't love animals. They just hate people. Evidence of this is to be found in this story about a polar bear cub that was saved from dying in the ... discuss

Not what I would expect to read in the National Catholic Reporter. John Allen, reporting from Nigeria: While it's true that a rough peace seems to be holding today, and that dialogues between Muslims ... discuss

Another Week, Another Winter Storm Iowans still haven't recovered from last weeks storm with some 30,000 still without power. Now add another 11,000+ from last night's blizzard and we now have more re ... discuss

Bad mood. Please take a moment to think about the terraine and people pictured here below and wonder why African peacekeepers in Darfur are still having to wait months on end for their pay. Af ... discuss

Republican from New York with plenty of personal baggage still draws conservatives:WASHINGTON – It sounds like a lead-up to a cheesy joke and it goes something like this:So this guy from New York wh ... discuss

Having just returned from Washington, DC and the 34th annual March for Life, I can report that the presence of my brother Knights was to be seen everywhere. It was a very powerful sight to see over 20 ... discuss

It's been fully a year since my last post on here, yet my last post is very appropriate to the season.A whole lot has changed in a year's time, and now we are beginning an entirely new year, 2007. So ... discuss




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