Monthly Archives: May 2012

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NRO: The Mandate War

George Weigel nails it on National Review Online regarding the USCCB’s lawsuit against the Obama administration regarding the HHS Mandate: This is not an argument about birth control, nor is it part of some “War on Women” waged by misogynistic … Continue reading

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Your Four Minutes of Civilization

On a rainy day (well… at least a day that is threatening to rain), this only seems appropriate.  I give you Mozart’s “Turkish March” — also known as the Rondo Alla Turca in Piano Sonata No. 11. The style of … Continue reading

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The Man Who Planted Trees

This is a great video, but be sure to set aside your half hour on this one.  I promise… you won’t regret watching this: Pretty amazing what one person can do with some perspective and patience. Not easy for us … Continue reading

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