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November 2009 Archives

The lefties, like Moore are outraged that Obama is sending troops to Afghanistan: Do you really want to be the new “war president”? If you go to West Point tomorrow night (Tuesday, 8pm) and announce that you are increasing, rather …Read More

Once again government regulation interfering with churches trying to dispense food to the homeless:Local and state governments can’t afford to feed the homeless so why are they interfering with organizations that are doing it for them?(via)

Interesting story behind the Vatican II changes to the Mass. I didn’t know that some of the reforms were for the benefit of Protestants: Many of Bugnini’s reforms were aimed at appeasing non-Catholics, and changes emulating Protestant services were made, …Read More

With the Pew Research Center Interactive quiz, I had an almost perfect score, though I thought the test was pretty easy. Embarrassed to admit that I missed the Afghan troop level question.

From a Daily Kos poll, the Democrats are going to have a problem in 2010: Voter Intensity: Definitely + Probably Voting/Not Likely + Not Voting Republican Voters: 81/14 Independent Voters: 65/23 DEMOCRATIC VOTERS: 56/40 The blogger concludes that these numbers …Read More

I hope he does it, it will make the Connecticut Senate race very interesting: Former independent presidential candidate Ralph Nader is mulling a run against Sen. Chris Dodd (D) in Connecticut, according to a report. Nader, the 2000 and 2004 …Read More

Because it violates the NYC’s ban on trans fat (even for emergency food): When a small church comes to the Bowery Mission bearing fried chicken with trans fat, unwittingly breaking the law, they’re told “thank you.” Then workers quietly chuck …Read More

It’s not everyday that you hear a rap song about Philippians 🙂(via)

Why get up at 3:00 in the morning and fight the crowds when you can shop online in privacy of your home for some really good deals.

Pretty shocking honest assessment by Dean of the bills currently before Congress. He’s right that there isn’t any real reform in either of the bills. (via and Instapundit)