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October 2007 Archives

Breaking News… Father of slain marine won his case! Wow. The brokenhearted father of a Marine killed in Iraq won a long-shot legal fight today after a federal jury in Baltimore awarded him nearly $11 million in a verdict against …Read More

Have you seen the season four pilot for Veronica Mars? It makes me want to cry at what could have been! The season would have picked up after her graduation from college and Quantico. It looks like it would have …Read More

Thompson on the Clinton flip-flop: “While Hillary Clinton was speaking out both sides of her mouth at last night’s debate over the issue of drivers licenses for illegal aliens, what went unsaid is that this is a recipe for increased …Read More

Yeah, I agree 🙂 “Forget ‘liberal’: Given a few more weeks like the ones congressional Democrats just endured, and the dreaded L-word they’ll be struggling to shake is ‘losers.’ Children’s health care, government spying, the atrocities of the Ottoman Empire, …Read More

You buy them paper. date books, assignment books, postit notes and they still use their arm to write down the name of a song they want to look up.

There was some question over the legality of Apple refusing to accept cash for their iPhones but apparently they are able to refuse cash: It turns out that the U.S. Treasury takes an extremely literal view of the language on …Read More

To my fellow Protestants! What is Reformation Day? It’s the day we celebrate Martin Luther nailing his 95 Thesis to the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany on October 31st, 1517 which began the Protestant Reformation. What are …Read More

It’s not flip-flopping, it’s nuance! I think it’s funny that Dodd’s sensible answer caused Clinton to change her answer: ” This is a privilege,” Sen. Chris Dodd (D-Conn.) said. “And look, I’m as forthright and progressive on immigration policy as …Read More

Please pray that I will be able to translate the verse on the quiz.

Please pray that I will be able to translate the verse on the quiz.