Entries for August, 2010

Lunch Break: Hummingbirds – magic in the air!

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Blog this and thats 8-30-10

1. We’ve fixed most of the issues related to the software move. I only know of a few outstanding bugs, and I don’t think you’ll notice what I notice because they’re imperfections in a couple of the plugins I still hope to refine. That said, when I asked you previously if you knew of anything […]

Quote of the Day 8-30-10

Susan B. Anthony’s newsletter, “The Revolution,” refused to carry advertisements for abortifacients, a potential source of significant revenue in its day, and regularly denounced abortion and infanticide. Anthony’s Quaker background informed her perspective and kindled her passion. She abhorred the oppression of any human being, opposing abortion and drunkenness as tools of male oppression. But […]

Sunday funnies 8-29-10

Here are my top 5 most interesting (not necessarily favorite) political cartoons for the week. As pro-lifers would expect, liberal satirists had a wildly spun and inaccurate field day with Federal  District Court Judge Royce Lamberth’s decision, based on the Dickey-Wicker Amendment, to block President Obama’s executive order authorizing federal tax spending for embryonic stem […]

Quote of the Day 8-29-10

I couldn’t decide which translation I liked better… Those who plant in tears will harvest with shouts of joy. They weep as they go to plant their seed, but they sing as they return with the harvest. ~ Psalm 126:5-6, New Living translation Those who cry while they plant will joyfully sing while they harvest. […]

Weekend question: Why is “abortion” googled more in pro-life states?

Our pro-abort friends are all a-Twitter this morning about findings of a new study “that Google searches on ‘abortion’ rise in areas with more conservative abortion policies or where the procedure is less available,” as recounted by the Boston Herald. The reason pro-aborts are recommending this reading is because of the authors’ conjecture why, again […]

Pro-abort voters abandoning pro-abort Democrat candidate for Republican pro-lifer

Here’s a Saturday bonus, because it is so rich. We’ve read ad nauseum the discouraging stories about pro-lifers deserting babies to vote for pro-aborts. But I’d never seen a story in the reverse – until today.

Quote of the Day 8-28-10

“This baby is such a healing baby. After tragedy, to have such peace and happiness is wonderful.” ~ Unnamed family friend, commenting on the impending birth of a baby boy to Kelly Preston, 47, and husband John Travolta, 56, as quoted in People magazine, September 6 issue. Continued People, reporting on an August 8 baby […]


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