Katelyn Sills writes: As of Saturday, October 29th, I was given official notice by express mail that I am expelled from Loretto High School. This was given completely without forewarning, without a meeting, and without a chance to say goodbye. My family is now seeking legal advice, and more details will follow. SOURCE. BACKGROUND. LEGAL […]
As in the case of free health advice. Like this health Q & A that I received by e-mail: HEALTH QUESTION & ANSWER SESSION Q: I’ve heard that cardiovascular exercise can prolong life; is this true? A: Your heart is only good for so many beats, and that’s it… don’t waste them on exercise. Everything […]
I’m not much of a baseball or football fan, although hometown pride — and I am one of that rare breed known as the Native San Diegan — occasionally (usually when a rare championship series comes a’callin’) will transform me into a fair-weather fan of the Padres and Chargers. Even so, the past couple of […]
Samuel Alito is the new nominee for the Supreme Court. GET THE STORY.
If you’re a Latin rite Catholic in the United States, that is. It’s the solemnity of All Saints, so be sure to either go to evening Mass today or make plans to go to Mass tomorrow. HERE’S THE LAW ON THE SUBJECT.
In fact, they want to SCARE CHILDREN AWAY FROM HALLOWEEN. Jack Chick, for example. Joe over at Evangelical Outpost has THIS DECONSTRUCTION OF ONE OF CHICK’S ANTI-HALLOWEEN TRACTS.
Is Halloween too spooky for children? One Penn State psychologist thinks so. "It is the adults who should be afraid this Halloween. Not of ghouls and goblins, but of permanently scarring their children. "In a recent study of six- and seven-year-olds in the Philadelphia area, Penn State psychologist Cindy Dell Clark found that most parents […]
The problems with my computer were sufficiently grave that I determined it was time to buy a new one, so I did. Will try to suck the data off the old one and (if possible) get it repaired to use as a back-up, but I am now back up to speed blogging. (I even have […]
Steve Dillard of Southern Appeal and Confirm Them has gone out on a limb and made a prediction as to who George Bush will nominate to the Supreme Court. THE L.A. TIMES THINKS HE’S WRONG. But in Feddie’s favor, he was right when–just prior to the beginning of the Miers debacle–he predicted that Bush would […]
I’m sorry, folks, but my computer was very, very sick last night and I spent all evening babying it, trying to get it well, and so I was unable to do any blogging. I may be able to do a bit this morning, but can’t promise anything given how ill my computer has been. I […]