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"Surrealism at Its Most Annoying" EST QUOD EST - February 4, 2015 S.E. Cupp pegs Obama's dhimmi fear with this piece , starting with the title Islamic extremist terrorism: The scourge that Obama dare not name . I like how she begins, comparing the administrations unrealism to French surrealism. Here's the gist: To the average person, it's pretty clear we're at war with Islamic extremists. Yet, to hear President Obama tell it, we are not technically at war, and even if we are, he wants you to believe religion has little to do with it. He ...http://contrapauli.blogspot.com/2015/02/surrealism-at-its-most-annoying.html
Year B the Feast of the Holy Family of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph Καθολικός διάκονος - December 28, 2014 ... mustering, on one hand, evidence that rebuts the argument that Christianity is dying, and, on the other, looking at the signs, especially in Western societies, that Christianity, if not exactly dying, is in poor health and getting worse. In the end, Wilson concluded, rightly, in my view, that none of these measurable indicators ("metrics," we like to call them in our increasingly instrumentalized world) really tell us anything at all, or least tell us nothing worth knowing. Ruminating on this ...http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2014/12/year-b-feast-of-holy-family-of-jesus.html
Homily: I Am Here BUKAS PALAD - December 24, 2014 ... unrequited?" " When our plans are laid to waste and my future looks bleak? " Whether we cry out "Where are you, God?" or "How long, Lord, how long?" we do so thinking that God is absent, remote, distant, apart from us. Yet, we believe that God is "always and everywhere present." And today, more than any other day, we celebrate that God is with us: "the Word became flesh and made his dwelling among us." What then? Not for us anymore the "what ifs" of who God is, or what God ...http://bukas-palad.blogspot.com/2014/12/homily-i-am-here.html
Many Republicans want to claim the mantle of Ronald Reagan, but few ... BETHUNE CATHOLIC - December 2, 2014 ... this and thought there must be a better way, a defensive way while other avenues were pursued. Reagan partnered with Saint Pope John Paul II, English Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, and others to bring down the Soviet Empire peacefully, through moral and economic pressure. Reagan was patient. He wasn't concerned about his legacy-that the Cold War would end during his presidency. He was content that the Iron Curtain would crumble someday, even on someone else's watch. Today's politicians and ...http://bethunecatholic.blogspot.com/2014/12/many-republicans-want-to-claim-mantle.html
Joni Ernst, Tim Morrissey, and Dad29 DAD29 - November 8, 2014 ... was insufficient for a nooz-savant/consultant. But Tim did manage to trip me up on the question of the Second Amendment. He was in near dead-faint over Joni Ernst's remarks: .... Ernst's campaign speeches often include a line about her military background, and how she's got a gun and knows how to use it "in case the government comes after my rights". .... ...to which I made a semi-erroneous riposte that the 2A was not written for duck-hunters (etc.) As we are reminded today, ...http://dad29.blogspot.com/2014/11/joni-ernst-tim-morrissey-and-dad29.html