An Act of Love from a Traffic Jam

A lady was sitting in a traffic jam with her dog, Sherman, in the car with her. Sherman, a beautiful 230 pound English Mastiff, is not just a beloved family pet, he is also a therapy dog who visits people in senior communities, home-bound people, and people with other special needs to help to lift … Continue reading An Act of Love from a Traffic Jam

The Great Twisting

by baldilocks At PJ Media, Jeff Sanders gives a list of 6 Words the Left Twists to Silence You. Any list like this would be far insufficient in length, but I believe that he only glanced against the most important one: love. In 2013, I made this observation: [In reality], there are three* types of … Continue reading The Great Twisting

Some of My Best Friends Are Catholic

by baldilocks Many of my Facebook friends – most of whom are conservatives -- are arguing about controversies of recent vintage and of this particular day: whether or not to continue watching the NFL, whether Christians should allow their children to take part in Halloween festivities or participate in those festivities themselves. I find it … Continue reading Some of My Best Friends Are Catholic

No Love From The FDA

"Made with love" doesn't go over well with bureaucrats. Well, you can make the things you cook "with love" in every bite, just don't list it as an ingredient. Via FoxNews: “Love” is definitely not an ingredient in granola, regardless of the amount of effort you put into making it, the Food and Drug Administration … Continue reading No Love From The FDA

Valentines Day Advice: Obligation vs Affection

Sheldon: Oh, Penny. I know you think you’re being generous, but the foundation of gift-giving is reciprocity. You haven’t given me a gift, you’ve given me an obligation. The Big Bang Theory  The Bath Item Gift Hypothesis 2008 Tommy Miller: How can I fulfill your fantasy? Sheila Kingston: Go paint my house! Exit to Eden … Continue reading Valentines Day Advice: Obligation vs Affection