Iowa, Please Send This Gal to the US Senate

43 years old, a Lieutenant Colonel in the Iowa National Guard and a State Senator, pro-life Joni Ernst certainly has a way of attracting attention!  I can think of many fat pigs in Washington that could benefit from her expertise! Update: Well, Joni

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The Annunciation

26 And in the sixth month, the angel Gabriel was sent from God into a city of Galilee, called Nazareth, 27 To a virgin espoused to a man whose name was Joseph, of the house of David; and the virgin’s name was

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Starry, Starry Night Open Thread

We haven’t had an open thread in a while, so here one is.  The usual open thread rules apply:  be brief, be charitable, and, above all, be amusing.

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Useful Idiots

In an ever changing world it is good to know that you can depend upon certain things remaining the same.  Case in point:  The Nation sucking up to Russian tyrants: In such a charged environment, it’s all the more important

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PopeWatch: Work

The Pope has always been concerned with high unemployment and last week at a ceremony celebrating the 130th anniversary of an Italian steelworks he made the following comments: “It is necessary to reaffirm that employment is necessary for society, for

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The Boss Wasn’t Amused

One of the odder pictures in American history, this photo of 20 year old actress Lauren Bacall draped seductively over a piano being played by then Vice-President Harry Truman on February 10, 1945 caused considerable controversy and made headlines around

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