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For starters, Rand is short for Randal, not an allusion to Ayn Rand, after whom Sen. Paul was not named by his libertarian (not Objectivist) father Ron Paul. Reportedly, growing up he was called Randy ... discuss

by Ralph Benko, Contributing Author: For starters, Rand is short for Randal, not an allusion to Ayn Rand, after whom Sen. Paul was not named by his libertarian (not Objectivist) father Ron Paul. Rep ... discuss

Continuing from my previous post, I write now about the coming four years. Next week, I am beginning my first semester of Ph.D. studies at Ave Maria University. I am really excited for my classes over ... discuss

Tracy finally reached the end of herself. For twenty-eight years she had been in a relationship with a cheat and a drug addict. Her life was “…a roller coaster, loads of ups and downs. Som ... discuss

 The unique pains (and blessings) of being a postabortive sibling By Sarah Terzo Editor’s note. I asked Olivia Gans Turner, Director, American Victims of Abortion, for her view. She ... discuss

Washington, DC (LiveAction) — Renee, who lost a sibling to abortion, has launched an internet ministry to help others in the same situation. She sometimes writes under the nickname “Susi O Fanabba ... discuss

by Ralph Benko, Contributing Author: The Federal Reserve increasingly is attracting scrutiny across the board. Now add to that a roller coaster of a thriller, using a miracle of a rare device, shin ... discuss

Would You Baptize an Extraterrestrial?: . . . and Other Questions from the Astronomers' In-box at the Vatican Observatory by Guy ConsolmagnoMy rating: 5 of 5 starsThis book is structured around a half ... discuss

9]> < ![endif]--> margin-right: 5px;" src="http://cc.org/sites/default/files/JohnKerrySecState147_4.jpg?1407161535" alt="" height="137" width="147" />Preparing to write this article was akin to ri ... discuss

It's inevitable. Of course, Brett Favre will be inducted into the Packers Hall of Fame.Of course, his number will be retired by the Packers.I'm resigned to that inevitability.From USA Today:Former Gre ... discuss

Last Saturday evening (4/26/2014) as I lay in bed, ready to fall asleep, I received one of those late night calls, as parents, we dread receiving. However, rather from one of our children, or even Mom ... discuss

I'm pretty sure y'all know by now who this man isSweet hubbyHe's an awesome husband.A great father to many:And a child of God who gently guides and leads his children down that narrow path, daily.He's ... discuss

Two years ago today, I boarded an airplane and flew across the country to meet my son. It was a day and an experience I'll never forget. The months leading up to the adoption were fast, furious and ... discuss

So here it comes, the hard socialist left and their dirty tactics to attack Christendom by forcing a lawsuit in federal court, that opens the door for them too all flock too the apostate liberal churc ... discuss

For almost a month now, I have had the distinct privilege of being a "mommy" to  a bunch of children who used to live on the streets.As I get to know them, I truly can not believe they ever begge ... discuss

When I prayed for this coming year, I was shown a roller coaster. This means we will have ups and downs this year. I realize that hardly takes a prophet to predict, but the encouraging thing about thi ... discuss

by John-Henry Westen January 2, 2014 (LifeSiteNews.com) - On every list of most important news events of 2013 appears the papal transition from Pope Benedict XVI to Francis. LifeSiteNews' 2013 pap ... discuss

What I love about Thoreau is that he made every moment of his short life count for something. Mostly what he did was perambulate –a wonderful word that means to walk and think at the same time. ... discuss

Alison Carson meets attorney Rick Waterman while he is in town for a month-long trial.  During that month, they carry on an affair,  and all seems ideal.  The problems begin when t ... discuss

FEATURES:Ultimate street rocker designed for serious performance enthusiastsConstructed from 8620 chromemoly steel, a superior material that will not flex and assures maximum liftRoller tip reduces fr ... discuss

pacing" style="text-align: center;">The Dos and Don’ts of Caring for Those Who are HurtingNo one likes to see someone they care about in pain. It can be an overwhelming desire to want to comfort the ... discuss

Tonight we celebrated our sweet foster daughter's first birthday. Sometimes the lack of support for our decision to foster children still catches me off guard and sucks the wind right out of my sails ... discuss

We arrived in Haiti on Saturday, July 13th, and went to church on Sunday, July 14th. I took a brief video clip in church so I could remember it. Here it is. Before the earthquake, there was a ... discuss

As a firefighter and medic, I’ve pretty much seen it all. Seeing these emergencies and catastrophes in the field bring emotions also. But the biggest emotional roller coaster of my life came when I ... discuss

Is there a good reason for abortion?  A woman has been raped.  The parents can't financially support the baby.  The baby will have defects.  The mother is going to die anyway. &nbs ... discuss

PATIENCE, PERSEVERENCE, PRAYER       For over 20 years, I had this indescribable feeling deep within my being, aching to see my birthmother.  I longed to meet her be ... discuss

 --- 1 ---Fridays for me mean the day off from work.  This can be a good thing or a bad thing and sometimes both - fluctuating by the hour.  The original idea, since I work part time, w ... discuss

Understanding the will of God can be difficult.   What am I typing?  It is not only daunting, but at times simply maddening.  It can include excitement at the prospect of His ... discuss

Thank you, Mama Erika, for our logo! :)"I’m co-hosting the Keeping Christ in Christmas Blog Carnival, with Raising (& Teaching) Little Saints, Arma Dei: Equipping Catholic Families.&n ... discuss

"I’m participating in the Spend-Less Holidays: Saving While Savoring the Season Blog Carnival, hosted by The Frugal Fil-Am and Dainty Mom. We’ll be sharing our tips on how to spend less this holid ... discuss

It's been quite a week with high tension and roller coaster emotions for many. A break may be in order. With the state of the economy being what it is and the ever-present demands of time by modern li ... discuss

 Four moms (one of us a grandmama, two of us now Mamas-in-law) of a still growing brood (three of us, anyway) of nearly 40 kids combined (so far), write about topics related to parenting, mothering, ... discuss

I think I have mentioned our interest in Krav Maga.  Perry, Kaitlyn, Lydia and I started lessons last year, and when I learned I was pregnant Megan took my place.  They love what they’re learn ... discuss

I hate roller coasters. I am NOT an adrenaline junkie by anyone's definition of the phrase.   I like calm. Boring. Turbulence on an airplane makes me queasy.But right now, it feels like I ... discuss

By Jen Alic, OilPrice.com : People often ask me why the West doesn't attempt a Libya-style intervention in Syria. After all, things are going so well in Libya. Oil production is up. But oil product ... discuss

Ouch: A brutal new ad from the GOP. The best offense against Obama is ... Obama. ourse. Same ol' same ol' ... his nonsense never changes. Hat Tip - Dan Riehl ... discuss

What if I told you that there is a parenting technique you can follow that will give you “a renewed vision for your family—no more raised voices, no contention, no bad attitudes, fewer spa ... discuss

Obama thinks his economic policies worked. Is he right? The left is taking shots at Mitt Romney over the treatment of his dog, but at least he never ate dog like President Obama. Hear more. Plus, see ... discuss

There are a few pretty wonderful download games for Htc N73, and you may locate them online on the variety of web sites for players. Should you be into getting the kind of enjoyable that you not have ... discuss

Myalgia or muscle uncomfortableness is incredibly common for amateur sportsmen and people who work out with large tools, considering the most common brings about for your situation is high distances o ... discuss

Via Katrina Trinko: Drudge is reporting tonight that Condoleezza Rice is the current "frontrunner" for the veep slot on the ticket. I'm surprised: both Rice's views on abortion (she has said that she ... discuss

So I need a nickname for the gang of teenagers that hangs around my house.  The little guys are the Street Urchins.  The sixteen-year-olds?  What do I call them?It's been a rather diffi ... discuss

-By Warner Todd Huston Jack White recently of the band The White Stripes has realized something important, capitalism works. At least it works when properly approached and with the release of several ... discuss

The trade show can be a significant marketing function for any business as it gives you a chance to attract potential customers and grow revenue. Trade show displays are an important program in your m ... discuss

To pick from and Grout Clean-up Instrument Examine: Deciding Which Sweep to make use of Some people clear their grout which has a tooth brush and wash the adjacent ceramic tile that has a sponge or cl ... discuss

The wintry individuals winter weather has finally migrated somewhere else and planting season online horloges has as a final point got here! Normally this may be great news for many individuals but to ... discuss

For the past month, my children have been leading me on a merry chase.  I've been so busy living my life that I've had little time to write about it,  And some political hot topics have had ... discuss

Last Friday, I wrote about the idea of pastors experiencing burnout and how I believe that a good deal of the stress that “burns pastors out” is entirely unnecessary and based on false m ... discuss

Quote: "This trip will cost more than most Americans make in their entire lifetimes."     Let me get this straight ...was this before or after the Hawaii visit or before or after& ... discuss

Anna explained, “Everyone in Quebec thinks that abortion is normal; nothing to fuss or be upset about; the obvious and easy solution to an unplanned pregnancy.” But, when she unexpectedly found h ... discuss

Life has been a roller coaster lately, but I know the underlying reason for most of the emotional mess I've been in. This month would most likely have been the month Grace would have been born. It's a ... discuss

So, Mr. White House Press Secretary Jay Carney, guess again on who's "aggressively and deliberately ignorant" about the need for green energy and other programs slated for cuts under the Paul Ryan bud ... discuss

Today was one of those days...for many reasons and for a single reason, well at least a single reason in my mind.  Today was one of those days because I had an abortion at age 17 and will be and ... discuss

I first met Lee Dyck at a men’s retreat. I had been asked to lead a retreat for the men of his church and over the course of the weekend he told me about Emma, the daughter who had just been ado ... discuss

Betsy-isms: While reading Pippi Longstocking to Ramona, I said, "Pippi, watch out!" Betsy replied, "Pippi will never die! She's the Jason Bourne of children's lit."~~~~~Also? Betsy's designing a Downt ... discuss

…and it hurts how sometimes I have to think a few moments on how long she’s been gone. It’s not automatic anymore, like it was when she would have been six months. And I feel guilty that I don ... discuss

A few posts ago, I shared my heart - a desperate plea really - for the children coming to our state via our adoption agency's "Share Your Summer 2012" program.There are 14 children scheduled to come a ... discuss

Last week was a roller coaster! We had Komen, whom pro-lifers have pushed to drop PP for a long time, finally drop their funding of the abortion giant. Then, after Komen was crushed by Planned Parenth ... discuss

"Detective Ledger?" he said, and held out an ID case. "NSA.""How do you spell that?"Joe Ledger's back.In Patient Zero, (SFFaudio review here) he saved the world from a zombie apocalypse and Muslim ter ... discuss

I have been a NY Mets fan since the 60s when they went from 1 of the world's worst teams to the winners of the 1969 World Series, the "Miracle Mets". (No apologies to Cubs fans who feel they was ... discuss

"Blessed are the poor in Spirit, for theirs is the Kingdom of Heaven!" ~ Matthew 5:3 As Christmas came and went, I was able to really focus on Mary and the birth of Christ.  I love to think of ... discuss

While Republican presidential candidates have been praising the Founding Fathers, Barack Obama has been defying them. Michael Barone writes: Of course President Obama is not concentrating on campaig ... discuss

Those of us who work in alternative media–particularly we who run blogs, which require daily updating and a continual perusal of news in order to remain relevant–run a high risk of becomin ... discuss

Blynken is the older of the two little boys who comes to our house on weekends, his birthday, holidays, and sometimes has spent more of the year at our house than at his mother's (other times, not. ... discuss

Recently I wrote about a few pro-abort men and women who turn my stomach and for whom I turn off my TV. A few weeks ago, I also told you about five pro-life male celebrities I make it a point to suppo ... discuss

Recently I wrote about a few pro-abort men and women who turn my stomach and for whom I turn off my TV. A few weeks ago, I also told you about five pro-life male celebrities I make it a point to suppo ... discuss

As usual, thanks to Wikipedia for refreshing my recollection on important events of 2011.  I trust my readers overseas forgive and indulge my concentration on what is of interest primarily in the ... discuss

It never ceases to amaze me how low presidents or presidential candidates can stoop to make a buck. It shows that they have absolutely no class. Bob Dole illustrated it with his disgusting ads fo ... discuss

As the old year winds down to its conclusion, it's only natural to meditate on the passage of time, our ever more distant youth, the death to which every day we are one day closer.  Our souls, of ... discuss

From Fox News With 45 percent of Iowa Republican voters undecided and a roller-coaster ride about to come to a screeching stop next Tuesday with the GOP caucuses, it may be Rick Santorum's turn to tak ... discuss

Earlier this week, my best friend posted a hilarious, heart warming story on her blog about her oldest daughter (www.fromgodstummy.blogspot.com) called "The List". In this true story, she recounts a ... discuss

From the LA Times: Over the last year, the Obama administration has aggressively pushed a $433-million plan to buy an experimental smallpox drug, despite uncertainty over whether it is needed or will ... discuss

This sort of proves we're not on a slippery slope at all, but a well-defined and well-charted route toward barbarism masquerading as civility.This guy got a PhD is amusement park technology ("gravitat ... discuss

Oh waaa! I don’t like petty blog feuds, and I am not launching one, here.  But for the second time, “faculty level” stem cell scientists Paul Knopfler has made false accusations ag ... discuss

The ban on head wear at the Rye Playland Amusement Park is not Muslim specific - and never has been, it was imposed about 3 years ago to prevent headwear from falling onto the tracks of roller coaster ... discuss

Mr. Zuckerman, chairman and editor in chief of U.S. News & World Report and now former Obama supporter, like many Americans who supported him now "longs for a triple-A president to run a triple-A coun ... discuss

The dismantling of what has been the greatest military in the world continues. Here's the latest: Radical overhaul of military retirement eyed It's more than evident whoever is seriously considering ... discuss

As I mentioned, Maddy was asked to sing at a funeral on Saturday, and so we left our family gathering to go. I believe - and am trying to teach Maddy - that this is a singer's responsibility in a sit ... discuss

pilates in la jolla happens to be a globally phenomenon due to its accomplishment in increasing power and balance. There are lots of gains of Pilates together with enhanced core strength, accelerated ... discuss

ide your home into exclusive quarters (the kitchen, the bedroom, the basement, the pet space, the bathrooms, the living room) which demand a unique treatment, considering the purpose and utility of ea ... discuss

Realistic expectations are the major deciding factor for a quick weight loss. If you are majorly depending on the machines to do most of your work, then deciding to lose 150 pounds in a week is defini ... discuss

A few years ago, while teaching/critiquing manuscripts at Mount Hermon Christian Writers Camp, I had the privilege of meeting Carol Guscott, a Jamaican woman who'd been the victim of a terrible crime ... discuss

I have to post this, even if it is only a link to another site. The excellent blog Mary Meets Dolly has this post about the "euthanasia coaster". According to the designer it is a roller coaster (I ki ... discuss

If you have ever wondered if the culture of death is spreading like a virus look no further than the Euthanasia Coaster. The Euthanasia Coaster was designed by Julijonas Urbonas, a PhD student a ... discuss

I am pro-life because where there is life, there is alwayshope, even in the most desperate of situations. I have experienced two unplanned pregnancies, both in inauspiciouscircumstances and thoug ... discuss

The Third International Symposium on Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide in Vancouver (June 3 - 4) was a tremendous success. The goals that were set-out before the Symposium were surpassed. The DVD’s of ... discuss

Ah the liberal democrat admitted it. After denying that he did it, Anthony Weiner now admits -- he did it. What's the "it?" He sent lewd photos of himself via Twitter and Facebook to at ... discuss

Two years ago we were blessed with one (of five) of the greatest gifts of our life. We thought we had it all planned out. Howard was scheduled to have his last day of school June 1, and we were plan ... discuss

Photo courtesy zombietime.com About 15,000 people – a record number – attended the National March for Life  in Canada this past Thursday, May 12th, on Parliament Hill in Ottawa. This event takes ... discuss

Photo courtesy zombietime.com About 15,000 people – a record number – attended the National March for Life  in Canada this past Thursday, May 12th, on Parliament Hill in Ottawa. This event takes ... discuss

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

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

Today in Washington, D.C. - May 3, 2011: Last night, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid filed cloture on S. 493, the bill reauthorizing the Small Business Innovation Research and Small Business Techno ... discuss

Certain elements of the assisted suicide movement obsess over suicide methods.  It’s really a death cult: Books are written.  Conventions held.   Suicide machines such as the “debreat ... discuss

Dear Readers, What a roller coaster holy week and Easter week. My birthday was on Good Friday, but on Holy Tuesday my dear Grandmother took a turn for the worse. At 94 and having survived 2 strokes ... discuss

Hypothetical euthanasia roller-coaster designed to kill with 'elegance and euphoria' Men 'worried' about heavy online porn use Russian healthcare bill extends euthanasia ban Costa Rica thr ... discuss

My Abortion NightmareI was 21 when I learned I was pregnant. My fiancée and peer pressure to wait for the “right” time led to my abortion. He was reluctant to become a father at that time, especi ... discuss

I feel very much like the poor kitty in this picture. I have two more weeks until finals week so we're getting slammed by work that the professors are trying to catch up on. THIS is why I haven't post ... discuss

I was listening briefly to Laura Ingraham on the way home from church this morning -- just long enough for a good guffaw. She was playing a clip (missed the source) of a man talking about Obama being ... discuss

A sign in the bathroom of Tim and Nicole Roach’s home in Fari­bault reads, “Gratitude, Always Re­member to Count Your Bles­sings.” “It should say, ‘August, wash your hands and brush your ... discuss

Leaving the courthouse with our little man on our first Forever Family Day!I have so much to blog about, but tonight, specifically, my heart wants to share about domestic adoption. I don't know how ma ... discuss

From CatholicSpirit.com, with thanks to Anne fr forwarding. Job offers, anyone? Electrician sparks life commitment by turning down abortion clinic job March 16, 2011 6:00 pm Dave Hrbacek ... discuss

In mid February, Tim, got a call from his local union with the news every laid off worker longs to hear — a job offer. It couldn’t have come at a better time. Tim’s unemployment benefits were a ... discuss

There is a disturbing trend of frank discrimination based on a person's lifestyle choice. People who engage in a particular behavior face difficulty getting and keeping jobs, and they must prove to pr ... discuss

SOUTH SUDAN referendum ended on Monday 07 February 2011 with the official announcement of the results which indicated that 98.83 percent of the voters have voted for separation. The celebration for th ... discuss

I have been hearing rumblings lately how having children is a right and how IVF discriminates against poor couples who can't afford it.  Some think that IVF should be covered by insurance or p ... discuss

It's been a year now since our congregation went through its most intense conflict in about 30 years. I haven't spoken much about it outside of our congregation, and I don't think I should. Those of y ... discuss

My latest post from Newsreal: This weekend is the one-year anniversary of George Tiller’s horrible murder, and of course, this means that the pro-abortion fanatics are out in force. This time, ... discuss

You might be a child of the 80's if...This timeline appropriately describes actual events in your life:STAR WARS opens, you are still in the single digit years, and you think the creatures are WAY coo ... discuss

THE GREATEST TEST EVER? - Over the past few weeks a fair bit of my time has been consumed watching cricket as Australia traveled to England to begin a tour which will ultimately result in the winnin ... discuss

1. I've been a vegetarian since 1988. 2. I wear classic white Keds tennis shoes with practically everything. 3. I can train any dog. 4. I've been to all 50 states. 5. I walked 20 miles in one day when ... discuss

June 21, 2008Text: Colossians 2: 1-12When I was a teenager - about 150,000 years ago - I was a pretty big fan of riding roller coasters. The amusement park near where I grew up in Kansas City, MO is ... discuss

I found this while I was visiting Renaissance Blogger, and couldn't resist joining in.If you'd also like to play, it's really simple. Just copy & paste - then bold everything you've done =)01. Bought ... discuss

This weekend the Wigderson family tried Sonic for the first time.  I know, I know, we live a sheltered life.  Anyway, I was impressed.  Anytime I can get meals on wheels without qualify ... discuss

Rep. Ron Paul, MD. / Texas Straight Talk:This past week we celebrated the end of what most people agree was a decade best forgotten. New York Times columnist and leading Keynesian economist Paul Krugm ... discuss

THE GREATEST TEST EVER? - Over the past few weeks a fair bit of my time has been consumed watching cricket as Australia traveled to England to begin a tour which will ultimately result in the winnin ... discuss

A Mother's Day Miracle, Missing for 14 Years Part III sent the letter, and within days, Major Lowery had the case re-opened and Mark's information was added into the NCIC. Now Vicki could receive assi ... discuss

A Mother's Day Miracle, Missing for 14 Years Part IIIMore than five months after the incident in CO, a breathtaking miracle occurs with the arrival of a simple email message.2/20/06:Project Jason rece ... discuss

Yeah, just what you'd expect on a pro-life blog. Seen on the Youtube home page. ... discuss

From the Star-Ledger:He may be The Boss, but Bruce Springsteen is also a home wrecker, a Red Bank man has claimed in his divorce papers.Businessman Arthur J. Kelly named the Jersey rock 'n' roller as ... discuss

OK, now that I have your attention . . . Yes, I’m going to switch sides to agree with my pro-choice opponents–but just momentarily. You may know I’ve been embroiled in the pro-life / ... discuss

Hi again, everybody! Very sorry about my long absence from this blog. I’m leading two 40 Days for Life Campaigns over here, and whew! I’ve been busy! But it has all been a TOTALLY AWESOME ... discuss

Bill Maher was a guest on the September 29th Late Night with Conan O'Brien. He was there to plug his movie, Religulous, a religion-bashing, low-budget documentary.In addition to his self-promotion, Ma ... discuss

[This letter was penned before Troy left the DNC in Denver and headed to Minneapolis for important meetings prior to the RNC.] We Have ONLY 60 DAYS To Expose Barack Obama And Keep Him From Becoming ... discuss

The latest Reuters/Zogby poll has John McCain 5 points up on Barack Obama.  Like that really means much, but something tells me The O's campaign folks are scrambling.  Why?  1) Libs li ... discuss

"RENEWING THE AMERICAN DREAM"2008 Distinguished Christian Statesman Award D. James Kennedy Center for Christian Statesmanship honors IndianaCongressmanJune 28, 2008 -- The D. James Kennedy Center for ... discuss

June 21, 2008Text: Colossians 2: 1-12When I was a teenager - about 150,000 years ago - I was a pretty big fan of riding roller coasters. The amusement park near where I grew up in Kansas City, MO is ... discuss

I am still sick so not much energy to post. Jonny's IEP/transition to Loudoun Valley High was yesterday and I had to pull myself together for that since it involved 10 people's schedules and postpon ... discuss

There was an article this weekend in a Los Angeles area newspaper about Korin Cuico, a San Pedro teenager and a highly recruited softball player who became pregnant and decided — at the last min ... discuss

by JivinJ Maybe there was another reason for NARAL's endorsement of Obama. From the American Spectator's Washington Prowler: n that the national board of NARAL, the pro-abortion lobbying organizat ... discuss

The Telegraph is reporting members of parliament in the United Kingdom will likely vote in favor of limiting abortion to 22 weeks. The time limit in Britain is currently set at 24 weeks. Maybe ther ... discuss

I’ve made reference in the past to using progesterone cream.  I get a lot of emailed questions about this, and my most recent reply to a reader bounced so I’m going to share it here inste ... discuss

May is National Mental Health Month. I am no stranger to mental health issues. My family tree is riddled with psychiatric disorders; more specifically depression, anxiety disorders, and bipolar disord ... discuss

Have you ever had one of those years that was so crammed packed full of stuff that you never had a chance to catch your breath? I'm having one of those roller-coaster years... and I'm not sure I can c ... discuss

April is Autism Awareness Month. Our Experience on the Autism Spectrum I will be honest, I have debated about whether or not I would post, and if I would even post at all about this horrendous disord ... discuss

A Project Jason News BriefIn her role as one of the nation's most outspoken advocates against the use of psychics in missing persons' cases, Kelly Jolkowski will be a guest on this Friday's Catholic A ... discuss

(dedicated to me, shown by vacuuming, or to roller blading?) ... discuss

Welcome to my Blog Party! This is the week 5 Minutes for Mom have set aside for us blog fantatics to get to know each other! Here's my blurb:I'm a stay home mom in Idaho. My three oldest are girls ... discuss

Again! (My life is nothing but one big roller coaster ride. I honestly keep looking around for the hidden camera. This HAS to all be a joke.) Anyway, long time; no jabber. Here’s what’s up ... discuss

10. Why can't Korean doctors prescribe a full course of antibiotics? Why make you come back every three days? 9. Where did Koreans get the idea that no pizza is complete without corn and sweet potatoe ... discuss

Oh my, what a tear jerker! FYI, this mom and son will be interviewed on ... discuss

By Arthur Weinreb, CFP:Well, not all of us – just the white guys.Last Thursday the Ontario Human Rights Commission (OHRC) released its preliminary findings in its report entitled, “Inquiry into As ... discuss

I've been asked that by my mother many times. Usually while screaming.... Bold the ones you've done: 01. Bought everyone in the bar a drink 02. Swam with wild dolphins 03. Climbed a mountai ... discuss

By Ray Robison, AT:It was bad enough that CNN handed the microphone over to an official, Gen. Kerr of a Hillary Clinton campaign committee to conduct an extended rebuttal of Republican candidates.But ... discuss

They're probably looking for information on Christi Stile. Christi Stile was only 17 when she came home from roller skating with a friend. She looked shaken and distressed, but when her parents asked ... discuss

If you haven't seen Amazing Grace yet you have to see it. It just came out on DVD this past Tuesday. I'm having my kids buy it for me for Christmas ;-). It is my #2 movie (after Braveheart) of all ... discuss

Early Snow by Carol NelsonIN LITURGICAL TIMEMass readings, today's saint, and resourcesA saint for today: St. Martin de Porres... His life was a spiritual martyrdom. Obedience, humility and exceptiona ... discuss

The Mommy Makeover. I had some work done when my youngest son was five years old. It was one of the best things I have ever done for myself, although I struggled with the idea and tried, in vain, to c ... discuss

One of my little guilty pleasures, sinner that I am, is the Sci-Fi Channel reality show, Who Wants to be a Super Hero?, now in its second season. I don't get the Sci-Fi Channel at my house, so I down ... discuss

Ann's comment about finding out she's pregnant at 48 reminded me of this story I told at the end of Lord, Please Meet Me in the Laundry Room - about motherhood being a rollercoaster: Just the other ... discuss

(Hat tip to frequent commenter and roller coaster enthusiast PB)From today's Toledo Blade:Toledo Bishop Leonard Blair yesterday refused to reinstate the Rev. Thomas Leyland as pastor of St. Rose Catho ... discuss

[Message to President Bush and the rest of the pro-globalist, pro-illegal immigrant, pro-Reconquista Movement Republicans] AS we learn that the Democrat and Republican globalist and pro-illegal im ... discuss

Below is an adaptation of an address I delivered to a 2004 Life Issues Conference sponsored by the Diocese of Metuchen, New Jersey.Part 2._________________________________ Century 21 offers to devour ... discuss

I don't have time to figure out if my cup is half full or half empty - no matter what's inside, it always feels more like a shaken up bottle of diet Pepsi with lime threatening to blow its top. How ... discuss

Those big scary roller coaster rides give me the shivers. When I was 16 or so (who can remember age???) I went on a mini roller coaster called the "super loop" and it took you through a loop and left ... discuss

The youthful Sisters of Life have become the rock stars of the religious world. It seems like everyone wants to profile how they are Just Like You and Me except that they're nuns.There's this coo ... discuss

Av8tor Bob has hit the big time with this excellent piece in Christianity Today.The topic: miscarriage: Main point: The pain of miscarriage may be worse than you think and you can't just fix it. Bob ... discuss

And I saw PLENTY today, believe me.Last night the kids and I packed an overnight bag and headed up to Texoma for the evening (along with JoeMama and the Grands). This morning we grabbed the fishin' po ... discuss

Via Religion of Peace (hat tip - Jihad Watch and PreciseNews), here's a photograph of Iran's "peaceful intentions":Iran, the 4th largest energy exporter in the world, says it needs nuclear energy for ... discuss

Via Religion of Peace (hat tip - Jihad Watch and PreciseNews), here's a photograph of Iran's "peaceful intentions":Iran, the 4th largest energy exporter in the world, says it needs nuclear energy for ... discuss

So many hopesparents were married fifty years ago today. They'd met just a few months before at a roller skating rink in Pittsburgh (where my Dad was stationed), on New Year's Eve. They had fallen ... discuss

So many hopesparents were married fifty years ago today. They'd met just a few months before at a roller skating rink in Pittsburgh (where my Dad was stationed), on New Year's Eve. They had fallen f ... discuss

I've been thinking for a while now that it would be interesting and beneficial to have bloggers post their testimonies to their blogs. Some have already done this, but many (myself included) have not. ... discuss

Wikipedia defines a town crier as “a person who is employed by a town council to make public announcements in the streets.” They relayed information to the town, passed along information a ... discuss

General Here is another answer to prayer. It isn't a major motion picture, but at least it is a start.At only 4 minutes and 23 seconds this little video will grab you for an emotional roller coaster r ... discuss

Whew. What a day. My oldest baby turned 10 today. Where did the time go? seems like just yesterday I was anxious for her birth, expecting her first word, watching her explore the yard for the firs ... discuss

First let me tell Annie Happy Birthday and thank you for inviting us to your party. It was very entertaining.Yes, it is ridiculously entertaining to see any male over the age of oh, say, thirteen roll ... discuss

Fairness is as fairness does — rewriting the rules after an election is held, and other great moments in the Liberal thought process. Chapter 8:  Election Day Arrives, and Arrives, and Arr ... discuss

Dhimmi D'SouzaWhen I heard the premise of Dinesh D'Souza's latest, The Enemy at Home: The Cultural Left and Its Responsibility for 9/11 rolled my eyes. This may surprise some - after all, I spend a l ... discuss

I found this while I was visiting Renaissance Blogger, and couldn't resist joining in.If you'd also like to play, it's really simple. Just copy & paste - then bold everything you've done =)01. Bought ... discuss

This is all Sam's fault:01. Bought everyone in the bar a drink02. Swam with wild dolphins03. Climbed a mountain04. Taken a Ferrari for a test drive05. Been inside the Great Pyramid06. Held a tarantula ... discuss

The Yak has a meme up. It's pretty simple. Highlight the ones you've done with any appropriate remarks. 01. Bought everyone in the bar a drink 02. Swam with wild dolphins 03. Climbed a mountain 04. ... discuss

Here are 100 things... you take the meme for your blog and boldface the ones that you yourself have done. Here's the ones I've done: Still Speaking... 1. Bought everyone in the bar a drink - I'm a m ... discuss

I was reading TSO's Spanning the Globe today and came upon this comment:We've found that the Newbery & Caldecott awards provide reliable lists of children's books to avoid. Sometimes we'll consider a ... discuss

Homer: No TV and no beer make Homer ... something something. Marge: Go crazy? Homer: Don't mind if I do! It isn't quite as bad as that around here (for one thing, it'd be a dark, dark day when ou ... discuss

Ð34(0n\'$ B£09 (0n73n7 Deacon Raphael has tagged me… Here is my list (I think I am about as exciting as a stone). Things I’ve done (for good or bad) are shown in bold and italics: 01. Bought ev ... discuss

In my last post I said I get mail that makes me cry. This was one I received a few days ago. Since the writer gave me permission to share, because I know that it's always exciting to catch a glimp ... discuss

Gena of The Old Schoolhouse has some rockin' contests over at her site. The competition is fierce. I was excited that I won 2nd runner up the other day in one (and got a free e-book). Here were my a ... discuss

Christi Stile was only 17 when she came home from roller skating with a friend. She looked shaken and distressed, but when her parents asked her what was wrong, she said that she had just had harsh wo ... discuss

It just couldn’t be true that those bones belonged to Amber. She couldn’t be gone. I felt as if I knew her after spending all these months with her family. Now I would never get to hear her laugh ... discuss

ANDREA CLARK'S EMOTIONAL ROLLER COASTER RIDE!!! Leslie, I just got more information on this: The hospital in Chicago, which St. Luke's suggested that Andrea be transported to, has no facilities tha ... discuss

Not sure if this is PMS (People-eating Monster Syndrome), or just a case of the "woe is me"s... but I just really am in an awful mood. I know that I don't have any reason to be... and that God is go ... discuss

Doug and Mary Lyall didn’t allow time to stand still when their daughter, Suzy, disappeared in 1998. They took action, not only for their own daughter, but for the countless thousands upon thousand ... discuss

This the final post in a four part series containing the full-text of a speech given by Bobby Schindler to an audience in Phoenix, AZ sponsored by ... discuss

As promised, here's the list of field trips from our Kindergarten/First Grade homeschool year in 2003-4. You can view the previous year's field trips (PK/K) at the following link. For more on this s ... discuss

Blogburst for Terri Continues Stay tuned to BlogsforTerri,ProLifeBlogs, and Wittenberg Gate for comprehensive coverage of the blogging in memory of Terri that is going on at this time. This post fro ... discuss

We Christians must simplify our lives or lose untold treasures on earth and in eternity. Modern civilization is so complex as to make the devotional life all but impossible. The need for solitude a ... discuss

We needed trashcans for the new bathrooms, and I did not want to go to the store for them. I wanted cute, not grocery store bags alone, although that would certainly suffice if I couldn't find cute. ... discuss

Mark your calendars!Arlington Home School Book FairBooks (and more!)The best Homeschool Book Fair in Texas is soon approaching. I've been to book fairs in a few other cities in Texas, but Arlington al ... discuss

Mysterious things have always intrigued me. As children, my brothers and I liked to scare other kids with tales of ghosts, other creatures, and space aliens. There were times we even had other parent ... discuss

Isaiah 40:31 - but those who hope in the LORD will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint. I am not sure ho ... discuss

Nice article further building the case that a vibrant, traditional form of worship is appealing to young people nowadays. HT to Kelly Klages Faith: New Generation Is Looking Back by Uwe Siemon-Net ... discuss

You will recall that Jess asked me to debate a liberal veteran on various questions/issues. The latest question from Jess, which has typically not been responded to in a timely fashion by my adversar ... discuss

2005 was a roller-coaster year for my family and me. Cathy and I certainly went through a lot - emotionally, financially, and spiritually - and it is by God's grace that we're still here, stronger th ... discuss

One day, a cat dies of natural causes and goes to heaven, where he meets the Lord Himself. The Lord says to the cat, "You lived a good life, and if there is any way I can make your stay in heaven m ... discuss

If the object of the nomination were to reward a friend, then the motivation to push the nomination would be proportional to the desire of the friend for the job and the loyalty of the President to t ... discuss

You might be a child of the 80's if...This timeline appropriately describes actual events in your life:STAR WARS opens, you are still in the single digit years, and you think the creatures are WAY coo ... discuss

Some things really pull at your heart and soul. We all have our own opinions about such things as abortion being wrong…many of us think it’s wrong for different reasons. When I read this ... discuss

Source: Comingsoon.net Jodie Foster has done it again. As she nears her 43rd birthday, the actress proved that she had enough credibility and clout to bring audiences into theatres with her first m ... discuss

He didn’t want to take on this role. It’s not that he didn’t love his children, or felt like it was not his place, but it was because the role clearly belonged to someone else. His heart ached ... discuss

Click here to read more about a new book of conversations with U2 singer Bono. Many conservatives assume he is a typical dope-smoking liberal rock-and-roller, but since the begining days of U2, he ha ... discuss




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