Topic: whiskey

The earliest and first U.S. tax-inspired revolt was the 1791 Whiskey Rebellion. The federal government, just two years old, was $54 million in debt from the American Revolution. Another $25 million wa ... discuss

It had that comfortably sprung, lived-in look that library books with a lively circulation always get; bent page corners, a dab of mustard on page 331, a whiff of some reader's spilled after-dinner wh ... discuss

An American tourist was walking around the cathedral in Ireland admiring the architecture."Are you enjoying your visit to our grand country?" asked a young priest."Very much, Father, but the whiskey i ... discuss

PICHT: Ex-KGB officer talks Nobel Peace Prize winner out of launching warORTEL: Putin throws America on the rhetorical matHIGGINS: Obama arms Syrian rebels while attacking American gun ownershipRead m ... discuss

One year, I resolved to make Irish Soda Bread for Saint Patrick's Day, but before I got it made, Easter had arrived. This bread actually tasted a lot better than it looks in the photograph, and it sli ... discuss

I must say, I am shocked; I figured that they would keep it to silly posts mocking Herman Cain or Tut-Tutting him.  But no, the Trent Lott syndrome subset of the Republican Party, that Lilly white Re ... discuss

Brice Sharing Her Abortion Regret Story In December of 1998, I was 23 years old. I lived with my parents and worked at a non-profit in the DC area. I was dating a DC rock icon, and that was, to me, th ... discuss

By Xavier Lerma Putin in 2009 outlined his strategy for economic success. Alas, poor Obama did the opposite but nevertheless was re-elected. Bye, bye Miss American Pie. The Communists have ... discuss

Election Day: Tuesday, November 6, 2012.From: bham Sent: Saturday, September 22, 2012 Subject:  Mustang RanchA bit of history you may have forgotten.BAILED'EM OUT!     Ba ... discuss

From the Associated Press: A Democratic state legislator from east Arkansas, his father and two campaign workers pleaded guilty Wednesday to conspiracy to commit election fraud after federal prosecuto ... 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

Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam. The Laughing Boyby Brendan BehanT'was on an August morning, all in the dawning hours,I went to take the warming air, all in the Mouth of Flowers,And there I saw a ma ... discuss

reference: http://www.judicialwatch.org/press-room/press-releases/judicial-watch-uncovers-new-documents-detailing-pelosis-use-of-air-force-aircraft-for-her-family-in-2010/USAF Documents, part ... discuss

It used to be whiskey, tears and cigarettes… Now it’s [my baby's] kind of tears, no cigarettes and the color of poop. Pure joy. I miss the whiskey, not the cigarettes. t of dancing now with [W ... discuss

From The Center for Vision and Values, Grove City College By Paul Kengor  When we open our newspapers on Father’s Day, we expect to find something nice about dads—often heroic dads. ... discuss

Believe it or not, we celebrate May 24th for Queen Victoria and her Birthday, not to drink lager and scotch and get drunk as a dog who has just broken his master's flask.Sure, pour yourself a hardy gl ... discuss

President Washington declared a National Day of Prayer after the Whiskey Rebellion, as did President John Adams when France threatened war; and President Madison during the War of 1812. President Wash ... discuss

Oh the cuckoo she's a pretty bird. She warbles as she flies. She never hollers coo coo till the fourth day of July Gonna build me log cabin. On a mountain so high So I can see Willie as he goes ... discuss

in 1972 Rory was an Irish musician, born and bred. Oh the cuckoo she's a pretty bird, And she warbles as she flies. And she never holler cuckoo, 'Til the 4th day of July. Jack of Diamonds Jack of ... discuss

Well, the cuckoo, she's a pretty bird, and she warbles as she flies. and she brings us glad tidings and she tell us no lies. Jack o'Diamonds, Jack o'Diamonds, well I've known you I've know you you o ... discuss

The Whiskey Speech:     "My friends,  "I had not intended to discuss this controversial subject at this particular time.  However, I want you to know that I do not shun c ... discuss

No, I know, I know, Saint Patrick’s Day is not about shopping and carousing. I totally get that! In fact, tomorrow, Pat Gohn’s column will feature a terrific exploration of Saint Patrick&# ... discuss

A customer asked, “In what aisle can I find the Polish sausage?” The clerk asks, “Are you Polish?” The guy , clearly offended, says, “Yes I am. But let me ask you somethi ... discuss

From the pages of the journal Whiskey and Gunpowder, Jeffrey Tucker reminds us, on an anticlimactic day of year, of one event that defied such convention.Twenty years ago, and much to the shock of jus ... discuss

During his lifetime, Senator Edward “Ted” Kennedy would have participated in the Catholic rite of Communion, which involves consuming bread (usually in the form of a small wager) and wine, ... discuss

Not too long ago, I did a radio show and the host struggled with the name of Patheos, “how do you pronounce, it; what does it mean? He asked.”It’s PATH-eeohs. It’s a portmantea ... discuss

As we continue, or more to the point as American womencontinue to desensitize their natural reproductive imperative, withbirth control and abortion, a looming crisis is developing across the Westernan ... discuss

MSNBC continues to wallow in racism. While appearing on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell, Touré calls Herman Cain 'minstrelsy.'Video.e !important; border-bottom: 1px dotted #999 !important; font ... discuss

I must say, I am shocked; I figured that they would keep it to silly posts mocking Herman Cain or Tut-Tutting him.  But no, the Trent Lott syndrome subset of the Republican Party, that Lilly white Re ... discuss

I must say, I am shocked; I figured that they would keep it to silly posts mocking Herman Cain or Tut-Tutting him.  But no, the Trent Lott syndrome subset of the Republican Party, that Lilly white Re ... discuss

Now when the young men of the Bigelow-Sanford Uniteds went off to war, it became important that they be made fully aware of their roots, which Guy Murdoch, writing as the scribe Luke A. Round, fed to ... discuss

Landscape with the Rest on the Flight into Egypt, Rembrandt, 1647 Now when they had departed, behold, an angel of the Lord appeared to Joseph in a dream and said, "Rise, take the child and his mothe ... discuss

CLASSIC IRISH COFFEE * 1 raw sugar cube * 1 1/2 ounces Irish whiskey * 4 ounces coffee * Fresh, unsweetened whipped creamPour the whiskey over the sugar in a stemmed Irish coffee glass and top with c ... discuss

Sheboygan Mayor Bob Ryan is struggling again with his alcoholism. In 2009, Ryan was filmed at a bar, apparently drunk and making sexual remarks about his sister-in-law. The antics of Sheboygan's mayor ... discuss

Ronnie Bryant was vastly outnumbered.Leaning against a wall during a recent Birmingham, Alabama, public hearing, Bryant listened to an overflow crowd pepper federal officials with concerns about busin ... discuss

An Article By: Chuck CollinsI marvel when someone says, “I have no regrets.”  That’s not me; I have plenty. Perhaps my biggest regret, outside of not spending more time with my kids wh ... discuss

Tombstone, Arizona, where the cowboys live, sets in the mountains and is known as the Town Too Tough to Die. It’s down the road from Bisbee, where the hippies live, and known as the Town Too High T ... discuss

New Year’s Eve madness is a modern-made celebration. Before the Scots popularized midnight debauchery, the New Year was soberly celebrated on the first morning of the year with respect and reflectio ... discuss

Mark Steyn's column appears in the New York Sun, the Washington Times, Philadelphia’s Evening Bulletin, and the Orange County Register. In addition, he writes for The New Criterion, MacLean’s in C ... discuss

My Lenten reading has already been "assigned" so to speak because of selections made for my Catholic women's book club and A Good Story Is Hard To Find podcast. It is wonderfully varied and ranges fro ... discuss

"NO PATRIOTISM"This is one example of graffiti that occupying Union soldiers left upon the walls of Blenheim in Fairfax, Virginia during the War Between the States. This photograph is from the attic, ... discuss

By Kathleen GilbertJune 26, 2009 (LifeSiteNews.com) - The June 18 episode of the Daily Show featured an unusual topic for a late-night comedy segment: abortion.  Host Jon Stewart, who said he bla ... discuss

False fears spreading about inaccessible abortion in South Dakota notes the alarmism already brewing, and provides an example -- Last of the Old Guard: Abortion providers retire in the West, leaving t ... discuss

As the false foundations under Roe v Wade crumble more and more year after year, deep anxiety is increasing in those who think there should be no choice given women except to kill the unborn living hu ... discuss

R.M Ballantyne was born in 1825 and was one of the most popular authors of the 19th century. He wrote stories of daring adventure, narrow escapes, and faith in God. He believed that the boys of his ... discuss

A miniature oil painting of Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in the style of a Sesame Street muppet. Hillary is pictured here as Ms. Piggy, drinking whiskey in a bar with a rifle disp ... discuss

My contribution to the ever expanding LOL Cat online library, this one referencing Hillary Clinton's recent ten point victory over Democratic Presidential nominee delegate front-runner Barack Obama in ... discuss

Topics in this episode: --Barack Obama complains about being asked tough questions by ABC --Hillary Clinton takes a shot of whiskey in an effort to be a regular person --Earthquake in the... Perus ... discuss

"It is the madness of folly, to expect mercy from those who have refused to do justice; and even mercy, where conquest is the object, is only a trick of war; the cunning of the fox is as murd ... discuss

ADDRESS OF BISHOP JOSEPH DEVINE (MOTHERWELL DIOCESE) AT THE Gonzaga Lecture in GlasgowSectarianism and Secularism: Bugbears for the Catholic Church in ScotlandGENERAL INTRODUCTIONI am happy to be with ... discuss

Bill cartoon which features the character who will become Betty Boop. Notice that Betty is not fully human (dog ears) in the very early cartoons.I'm old and rough and dirty and toughI never can get dr ... discuss

This weekend I took a look at Joel Hunter's article "Politics" in the current issue of Relevant Magazine. Accompanying the article are the results of the recent Relevant Reader Poll, conducted online ... discuss

I heard the weirdest thing this morning on our local radio station. They played a very mellow Kenny Loggins song which contained the line, " don't play anything mellow at the Whiskey"-- meaning the cl ... discuss

Since this weekend is the Solemnity of the Baptism of the Lord, I thought I'd go thematically with the joke.Before performing a baptism, the priest approached the young father and said solemnly, "Bapt ... discuss

Singlehood Today; Two More Big Endorsements for Fred; Paglia and Krauthammer on Clinton and Obama; Barack's Unnerving Associations here's a quick Friday roundup. Hubby wanted to go out to dinner toni ... discuss

"MsoNormal" style="line-height: 150%">    “Without honesty, popular government is a repulsive farce.”   — U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt   Honesty has been ... discuss

Podcast Show Notes The New Hampshire GOP rightfully bows out of  the Fox News Republican Debate due to their decision to exclude Ron Paul and Duncan Hunter. Meanwhile, Joe Lierbman says John McCain ... discuss

"Atheism's Wrong Turn" "Was Jesus Christ a Palestinian Insurgent?" "Why does the GOP Establishment fear Huck?" (via The Corner) "Truth and denial" (via The Corner) "Person of the Year: Vladimir P ... discuss

As Ben Franklin said: In wine there is wisdom, in beer there is freedom, in water there is bacteria.In a number of carefully controlled trials, scientists have demonstrated that if we drink 1 liter of ... discuss

tp://www.steveearle.com/">Steve Earl singing his hit Copperhead Road at the Cambridge Folk Festival. This is rock influenced folk rather than Celtic. But it is 100% Hillbilly.My family is all from the ... discuss

President Bush's clemency for the prison time for Scooter Libby is, in my estimation, wrong. Certainly there is the case that the President said that whoever was responsible for the leak should be p ... discuss

According to Wisconsin Right-to-Life,  some incredible nuts are set to celebrate double-murderer Paul Hill (Hat Tip: Pro-Life Blogs): Wisconsin Right to Life has learned that four groups, who wrong ... discuss

Orson Scott Card on What He Learned From His StudentsBut the number of them who had chosen for their children's sake rather than their own -- the number who had shaped their lives to give their childr ... discuss

I believe it was Ligon Duncan who, at the Together for the Gospel conference, said that one of the great benefits of sharing and reading testimonies is that they testify to the fact that, although the ... discuss

I don't particularly like country music, but during news cycles like these I am reminded of Toby Keith's "Beer for my Horses" song(caution: the link is for the song not the cheesy video that accompani ... discuss

From Reuters... Routine, universal testing for the AIDS virus as recommended by a federal agency will likely cost the United States $900 million, but will pay off in terms of lives and money, experts ... discuss

Not tonight, Adam After a few days, the Lord called to Adam and said, "It is time for you and Eve to begin the process of populating the earth, so I want you to kiss her." Adam answered, "Yes, Lor ... discuss

With one entrant just slipping in under the wire, I declare my Guess What I Am Up To And Win A Major Award Contest to be closed. All guesses have been considered, and believe me, choosing the best t ... discuss

Wingnuts from the radical factions of Islamism are willing to die, literally, to take a stand for what they believe in, no matter how wrong they may be. Are we willing to do for the truth what some ... discuss

This article from the Seattle Times on parents who use home drug testing kits on thier kids really takes me back.  While searching for a job in my chosen field, I spent a year in a toxicology lab t ... discuss

Vain Wild Turkey Adopts Small Town Cafe Related Tags: wild turkey, whiskey, joke, humor ... discuss

After Mass this evening Buster and I headed out for a quick hamburger and somehow the discussion came up about how the Holy Eucharist is sometimes accepted at Mass by someone only to remain unconsume ... discuss

Over at CBS’s Public Eye they’ve tapped Samuel Freedman for a piece in their “Outside Voices” section (full disclosure, yer anchoress guested over there last October, so I te ... discuss

It's time for the QA session for Ask Nic. I have some great questions and I promise to not be as "long winded" as the last Ask Nic session(s) here, here and here. Again the questions are answered in ... discuss

Next they'll be outlawin' the wearin' o' the tartan and the playin' o' the pipes:Scotland's national dish, haggis, has become the latest foodstuff to be targeted as part of a drive to combat growing l ... discuss

This is a repeat post this week. I originally posted this one the week before Christmas. This was such a fun one to do that I wanted to go ahead and re-post it b/c I know a lot of people are out for ... discuss

Yesterday my kind and very interesting blogfriend, Michael Manning did a post about 10 songs he chooses on the jukebox. It was a pretty good selection so I thought I would post 10 of the myriad list ... discuss

My friend Tony C. sent this to me this morning. I've seen it before somewhere but forgot all about it. It's a great object lesson. TWO TOUGH QUESTIONS: Question 1: If you knew a woman who was preg ... discuss

FIRST CAME GAY MARRIAGE, NOW THERE'S SHE-HE-SHE MARRIAGE ... in the Netherlands polygamy has been legalised in all but name. Last Friday the first civil union of three partners was registered. Victo ... discuss

Sometimes, strange things happen. I am a rather short person, but my I come from enormously tall Scots-Irish stock. The family of my birth was a clan full of loud people, loud both in manner and pr ... discuss

Describe, if you could, the nature of your involvement with Saddleback Community Church. I understand you were on staff there in the past. I started attending Saddleback in 1994/95. I was on staff as ... discuss

REgarding Mae Magouirk, reports are that granddaughter Beth Gaddy has denied her grandmother's siblings the right to visit their sister in the hospital. In fact, Suebob reports that security guards ... discuss

Glenn needed to think. When you’re planning to take over the world, it’s like a well played game of chess. Moves are thought out far into the future. “And thinking is thirsty business.” mu ... discuss




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