Monthly Archives: January 2007

Shrieks From the Booby Hatch: Behold the future

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FIRST THINGS: Ambivalence and Resolve About Roe

Fr. Richard John Neuhaus on the 34th anniversary of Roe v. Wade: This Monday marks the thirty-fourth anniversary of Roe v. Wade. On January 23, 1973, the New York Times reported that the Court had “settled” the dispute over abortion. … Continue reading

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Pluto mission to reveal Jupiter’s secrets

This bad boy – named New Horizons – is going to travel at 52,000 mph on it’s way to Pluto on a five month mission. When will it get there? 2015. Still, scientists are already discovering neat things about Jupiter, … Continue reading

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Scientists unravel superbug that kills in 24 hours

Now this is positive news, and scary enough seeing as I actually managed to get MRSA over the summer.

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Robert Bluey: How bloggers took on Harry Reid and won on earmark reform

Virginia’s Jon Henke goes to Washington: It all started last Thursday when conservative Sen. Jim DeMint, R-S.C., sought to strengthen the Senate’s ethics reform bill by amending it to include the same earmark reform language in the House-passed version. Reid’s … Continue reading

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Advance Copy of Senator Webb’ Response!

I don’t know how they did it, but the folks at Bearing Drift have an advanced audio of Senator James Webb’s response to the State of the Union speech. Amazing, this thing called technology…

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Scottish Separatists On the Move…

January 16th, 1707: The day the Act of Union was signed that brought Scotland into the United Kingdom. January 16th, 2007: The announcement that Scotland’s nationalist party wants to declare Scotland’s independence once and for all: Having disappeared 300 years … Continue reading

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Castro Reportedly in Grave Condition

Once again, rumors that Cuban dictator Fidel Castro is not doing well. Whether this means democracy for Cuba is another matter altogether, especially with the rise of Bolivarian Socialism in Chavez’s Venezuela. Still, hope springs eternal.

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Golan Heights Peace Settlement?

There’s a peace plan floating about, this one between Israel and Syria in a completely unofficial compromise that retains Israeli water rights, removes Syria’s support for Hezbollah and HAMAS, and distances Syria from Iran: The document is described as a … Continue reading

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Martin Luther King Jr., Defender of the Natural Law

An excerpt from Letter from Birmingham Jail: How does one determine whether a law is just or unjust? A just law is a man-made code that squares with the moral law or the law of God. An unjust law is … Continue reading

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