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The Hummer might die?

The Hummer might die?

| May 23, 2007 | 6 Replies

Just wanted to pass along this link to an article by one of favorite columnists.  He goes over the edge some days, but most of the time he is spot on in his rantings! Enjoy –

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The Bible, seen from the grocery store produce aisle

The Bible, seen from the grocery store produce aisle

| May 22, 2007 | 26 Replies

Have you ever wondered why humans must eat fruit to stay alive, but dogs, cats, cows, squirrels and other mammals don’t?  It’s because all mammals need Vitamin C to survive, but simians (including humans) are among the very few mammals that cannot synthesize Vitamin C from their diets.  Why?  Because humans (along with other apes, […]

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Michelle Obama on our national priorities

Michelle Obama on our national priorities

| May 22, 2007 | 1 Reply

Michelle Obama, wife of Barack Obama, was recently interviewed by ABC News.  She presented Iraq as a domestic issue: “All of our emotional and financial resources… as a country have been totally put into the war. We haven’t talked about the domestic issue in about 10 years,” she said. “There are no serious conversations about […]

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Princess Diana returns from the grave to torment me

Princess Diana returns from the grave to torment me

| May 22, 2007 | 7 Replies

Pleassssse, somebody.  Wake me up.  I thought we were all done with Princess Diana.  But we’re not, because this is the 10th year anniversary of her death.  In other words, it’s a terrific opportunity to dust her off and to put her back up on the pedestal so that we can envy her, admire her […]

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Creation in Covington

Creation in Covington

| May 22, 2007 | 23 Replies

A friend from Kentucky recently sent me this local newspaper column about the soon-to-be-opened Creation Museum in Covington, Kentucky (just across the river from Cincinnati, Ohio). This museum aims to counteract the secular lies about how old the Earth really is, and to show that only the Bible has a reasonable description of how we […]

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American Media Contract proposed by FCC Commissioner Copps

American Media Contract proposed by FCC Commissioner Copps

| May 20, 2007 | 1 Reply

At the National Conference for Media Reform in January, FCC Commissioner Michael J. Copps challenged the thousands of people attending to enact a new “American Media Contract.”  I think he did a good job of summing up the problems with big media. He proposed replacing the “bad old bargain that past FCCs struck with the media […]

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They used to call me “Moonbeam”

They used to call me “Moonbeam”

| May 19, 2007 | 14 Replies

I’ve always been fascinated by the moon. Perhaps it was my father’s work with NASA from the 1960’s through the 1990’s, or maybe just a fascination with shiny things. I was sitting in my back yard watching the fireflies and bats at dusk, when I was inspired to grab my camera and take a snapshot […]

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Brain Gym: Another edu-tainment fad

Brain Gym: Another edu-tainment fad

| May 19, 2007 | 10 Replies

I saw on the local news that the Brain Gym® program is being adopted (purchased) by some local schools. You may want to read what the Bad Science website has to say. Their main complaint is that it claims to be scientific, but has all the hallmarks of pseudoscience in both its structure and its […]

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Pig Food, compliments of the Hostess

Pig Food, compliments of the Hostess

| May 18, 2007 | 5 Replies

I needed to attend a deposition in Washington D.C. today.  I brought one of my daughters (she’s 6) on the trip. She patiently drew pictures and read books during the deposition, which lasted two hours this morning.  Now that I’m done with work, we’re having fun doing tourist things.  First, we visited the National Air and Space […]

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