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Caroline Elizabeth Kenney Caroline was born last night at 10:00pm, weighed 5lbs. 9oz., and is 19 inches long! And cute too!

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Early labor. . . then back again! So we went to the hospital late last night. Missy’s contractions were 5-6 minutes apart and 4cm dialated. The first nurse said stick around and walk, the second nurse said go back home, … Continue reading

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Paralyzed woman walks again after stem cell therapy “We were all surprised” A good first step, as it would prove to be the first real application of stem cells in a patient: Hwang Mi-Soon, 37, had been bedridden since damaging … Continue reading

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Intellectually Monochrome Academia George Will and the “False Consensus Effect” Everything I have ever suspected or thought about modern American academic elites: When John Kennedy brought to Washington such academics as Arthur Schlesinger Jr., John Kenneth Galbraith, McGeorge and William … Continue reading

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Codebreakers Hot on the Trail of the Holy Grail? Priory of Sion code – “Jesus (As Deity) Defy” Interesting: For 250 years, the cryptic inscription has exercised the minds of Britain’s finest theologians, historians and scientists, including Charles Darwin, Josiah … Continue reading

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Words from Washington: Declaration from 1789 Could we possibly see a modern US president issuing a similar statement today without being blasted as a relgious nutjob? How far have we come and to what end? Courtesy of the Telegraph Forum: … Continue reading

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Turn Your Back on Bush “We don’t need puppets, we just need people” I remember back in 1998 when folks in the Virginia General Assembly turned their backs when Speaker Moss was pushed through. Democrats howled then, so I wonder … Continue reading

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Security services foil 9/11 attack in UK al-Qaeda suspected; information revealed before UK Parliament vote Hurrah for the security forces of the UK. But I wonder about the timing of revealing such information before a vote that will inevitably impune … Continue reading

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