Monthly Archives: August 2005

Always Ask, “is It Meaningful?”

The other day I picked up the book by Dennis Prager “Happiness is a Serious Problem” for a little light reading.  I ran across a paragraph that got my attention. To be a good person, it is always necessary to … Continue reading

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American Center for Law and Justice: John Roberts announcement

Since the nomination of Judge John Roberts to the Supreme Court of the United States, the ACLJ has been ”on guard.” We have carefully monitored the statements coming down the media pipeline from liberal Senators and left-wing activist groups for … Continue reading

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Christian Carnival #85

Christian Carnival #85 is up and running.  "Put on your seat belts and away we go" … Link: Crossroads: Where Faith and Inquiry Meet: Christian Carnival #85.

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Jill Stanek: Commentary on Fetal Pain

Jill Stanek disects the discussion of fetal pain during an abortion.  It’s weird how people think of fetuses. Last week, the news was filled with academic debate on whether pulling them apart hurts them. I dissected a dead fetal pig … Continue reading

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Katrina Devastation is incredible…

Very often, pictures can say more than words.  I the case of the devastation cause by hurricane Katrina, I think that saying is true.  I will let the pictures speak. *  All of these pictures are from www.foxnews.com

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Blog roundup…

Ron at northern ‘burbs blog  does a great job of summing up the blogosphere and being I am just too darn busy to do it, I will let him do it for you.  Check out his roundup here…

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Dennis Prager comments on the war

As you may have guessed by now, I am a huge fan of Dennis Prager.  He is a truth seeker and he looks for clarity in his thinking.  He is unusual in that he follows where his intellectual conclusions follow.  … Continue reading

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Perfect worship

I had one of those days of perfect worship yesterday.  Do you know what I mean?  I spent the morning at church and my whole day was transformed for the better because of it. Let me explain.  I am on … Continue reading

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Katrina coverage

It appears that hurricane Katrina filling the news this morning and rightly so.  The storm has been downgraded to a category four storm, but it is still packing a punch. Complete weather links Dozens of resources with information on hurricane … Continue reading

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Sheehan is the holder of all knowledge

Apparently, Cindy Sheehan is the holder of all knowledge.  She made the claim… Sheehan: Other moms of slain ‘brainwashed’ Cindy labels them supporters of ‘murder and mayhem’ How could all these other moms that support the Bush policy be so … Continue reading

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