I’m looking at the headlines from tomorrow’s papers – they are the same as any other day… a combination of politics and international affairs and economics. CNN and Fox and MSNBC are running similar stories – the Iowa countdown is […]
My friend Martha Williamson, who was executive producer of Touched by an Angel, has started a video blog (it is actually much more than that) here on Beliefnet. She tells an extraordinary story about a night she sang “Oh Holy […]
From the Seattle Post intelligencer: “In the 50 years since the first African countries won independence, the world has spent $568 billion on Africa. Yet Africans are poorer now than a quarter century ago.” Why?
One of my dearest friends left DC some months ago. He is a great man in a world where good men are rare. I know of few people who leave DC with greater faith than they came here with. He […]
Important and fascinating story in today’s New York Times about a new theory in cancer treatment – a theory about to be tested in humans: Within the next few months, researchers at three medical centers expect to start the first […]
The LA Times reports that established porn companies are suing the porn versions of YouTube because they are seriously infringing on their business. …in the last year or so, the rapid increase in consumption of all manner of videos on […]
It is a sign of the times. A huge Victoria’s Secret store in Manhattan will be leveled and a new Apple store will take its place. The location at 1981 Broadway on the northwest corner of West 67th Street currently […]
Romney is proud of having pardoned no one during his tenure as governor. Not even this man: Decorated Iraq war veteran Anthony Circosta seemed like an ideal candidate for a pardon from then-Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney for his boyhood conviction […]