He also told them, "Take care what you hear. The measure with which you measure will be measured out to you, and still more will be given to you. Mark 4:24 The great (and toothsome) sinners are made out of the very same material as those horrible phenomena the great Saints. C. S. Lewis Screwtape … Continue reading The Real Danger to the Radfems & the Tranarchy
By: Pat Austin SHREVEPORT – Here in my little burg of Shreveport, a robust debate is underway about Michael Vick; I bring this up because I’m interested in how this debate plays in other parts of the country. You see, Michael Vick, as you may recall, is now probably more famous for his dogfighting conviction … Continue reading Does Michael Vick Deserve a Second Chance?
Lance: Well, I couldn't risk you running off. I had to say yes. And then I was stuck with a woman who thinks the height of excitement is a new flavour Pringle. Oh, I had to sit there and listen to all that yap yap yap. Oh, Brad and Angelina. Is Posh pregnant? X Factor, … Continue reading The UN/Obama Global Warming Squirrel or the Media’s Prevent Defense
The latest in our series explaining & decoding the Catechism of the Catholic Church or what does the faith really proclaim. In our last entry we talked about Scripture and how along with manifestations and tradition both oral & written, God reveals himself to man. The question now before us is this: How does man … Continue reading Da Catechism of the Catholic Church: Part 6 : P1,S1,C3 Our Answer
By John Ruberry In World Cup soccer on Tuesday, Team USA will face-off against Belgium, which offers a timely opportunity to look at Belgium's present--and America's possible future. As with the United States, Belgium's birth was the result of a revolution--the Belgians rebelled against rule by the Netherlands, the nation, born in 1830, was largely … Continue reading Belgium: America’s future?
From last month, blogging from the rocking chair in Alabama That pilgrimage to EWTN in Alabama is one of the best things I ever did
Mr. Spock: If we had not crossed the Neutral Zone, on your order, you would not now need our opinions to support a decision which should never have had to be made. Star Trek: The Enterprise Incident 1968 But how can they call on him in whom they have not believed? And how can they … Continue reading INSTRUMENTUM LABORIS: The Great Mea Culpa
By Steve Eggleston On Wednesday, the Bureau of Economic Analysis released its third and final regular estimate of Gross Domestic Product, and the news was very bad. Real, or inflation-adjusted, GDP contracted by 2.9% on an annualized, seasonally-adjusted basis, 1.9 percentage points worse than the 2nd estimate of 1.0%. That drop is the largest between … Continue reading The final* 1st-quarter GDP report is really bad news, especially for PlaceboCare
by baldilocks The weekend posts at Ace of Spades HQ are, for the most part, interest-specific. The guns, food, gardening threads, and my favorite, the Sunday Book Thread, are posted by Ace’s co-bloggers, giving the proprietor the weekend off. Usually. Today, however, there’s a people story posted by one of the co-bloggers, WeirdDave; it’s a … Continue reading Free Indeed
Hi All I used to have a feature called the Saturday Diner and it's back in a big way on this week's show as we broadcast live from Rita Marie's Dinner Diner in New Bedford MA 623 Brock Ave New Bedford Ma, 774-202-7545. The pancake eating contest starts a 11 AM and our broadcast begins … Continue reading DaTechGuy on DaRadio Live from Rita Marie’s New Bedford Ma
And Common Cents explains gives another reason why you should too It's worth noting that someone on the flight tweeted out her honorable action, not her. Just as small sins teach and portend the way to trouble , small acts of virtue do the same.
The origin of Philosophy began on January 1, 465 B.C. This is not true, but it reflects a truism that goes back more than 2 millennium. The word philosophy is a combination of two words which are rich in meaning. The word “Philos” means beloved and loving and the word “Sophia” means wisdom. Therefore, a … Continue reading The Things In Life Worth Fighting For … June 27, 2014 | George Stephen Kelly
by Fausta Rodriguez Wertz [The Northern Triangle refers to El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras in Central America.] I live in Princeton, NJ, where you can find the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. I am not connected to the School, or to Princeton University, but over the years I have attended many speeches, … Continue reading O’s foreign policy, Northern Triangle edition
Fool me once and you've fooled me, fool me twice and you've fooled me two times, the third time would make it three times. Captain Obvious (for Hotels.com) The Washington Post makes an amazing discovery today: Proud to be an American? You’re probably not a true liberal. That's not really an amazing statement per se, … Continue reading The Washington Post Channels Captain Obvious
The McCullen v Coakley case that removed the three-point lines in Massachusetts is the potential to have some interesting effects on both the national level and the local level. Locally of course Coakley is Martha Coakley the current AG of Massachusetts now running for governor. Earlier this month Steve Grossman managed to get the endorsement … Continue reading Political Effects of the McCullen v Coakley Case MA & New Hampshire