Michelle Malkin exposes another outrageous example of public school officials trying hard to hide their arrogant lack of professionalism and, more importantly, decency and integrity. A father who requested his 5-year-old son not be exposed to controverial school materials without prior parental consent was arrested at the school for demanding his request be honored after [...]
Archive for April, 2005
I was born in Cincinnati, and have lived in Ohio, Montana, Texas and now live in California with my wonderful wife and fearless daughter. Jesus has been calibrating my heart and mind since February, 1989. Peace.
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I’ve wanted to have my own site independent of Blogger downtime (Blogger has been a great starter home), and here it is. More bells and whistles will be added over time as fun or need warrants, but content will rule (or not as the case may be to the reader). Until I have completed the [...]
This is the battle cry of those working to save baby Charlotte Wyatt from government sanctioned death by apathy. Prayers are needed for this family as they fight their government for permission to keep their daughter alive. MediaCulpa notes: Eighteen months ago, Charlotte was born premature, with severe health problems. She had to be resuscitated [...]
I knew I liked this Pope. First, this from Germany: “I went with him once,” said Konrad Baumgartner, the head of the theology department at Regensburg University. “Afterwards, he went into the old cemetery behind the church. “It was full of cats, and when he went out, they all ran to him. They knew him [...]
There are many who are working feverishly to divide this nation. Hugh Hewitt has the latest example from Senator John Kerry. Forces outside the mainstream now seem to effortlessly push Republican leaders toward conduct that the American people really don’t want in their elected leaders, inserting the government into our private lives, injecting religion into [...]
A thinker will lead the Catholic Church. As many have been saying, he certainly does not lack a paper trail. Excellent resources (among very many) on today’s announcement: �• Kathryn Lopez is a one lady information center covering the good, bad and the ugly. �• The Anchoress is simply a delight, and having fun keeping [...]
I have written on this topic in the Schiavo context, but we also see the weakening of the respect for law, its makers, interpreters and executive in the context of citizenship. La Shawn Barber cuts to the chase in two simple paragraphs: As you may know, the Senate is voting today [It failed -- Ed.] [...]
Stones Cry Out shares a powerfully moving celebration of life. There are many things that Jessica will not be able to do in her life. To some, Jessica should never have been born. Please take a moment for this quick read to find out why our Darwinian Death Culture is wrong. Oh, so wrong.