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Lamentation and bitter weeping

Thus saith the Lord: “A voice was heard in Ramah, lamentation and bitter weeping; Rachel, weeping for her children, refused to be comforted for her children, because they were no more.” 551 more words


Día de Rebeldía Nacional

Most of the holidays I research pose little or no official interest from our spy agencies.  This one is a bit different.  Today’s commemoration is a big day in Cuba.  1,136 more words


50 Shades of Controversy...

In May of 2011 the book Fifty Shades of Grey was released. It was an instant must read for women in many demographic areas. The book centers around a love affair between a timid woman and a domineering man. 130 more words


Sania Mirza- An Individual, Maybe?

The television won’t stop screaming about how Sania Mirza is or is not Indian. Our minister has made his stand rather clear when he says “Sania is Pakistan’s daughter in law”. 332 more words



Implicit in many of the criticisms made of the Roman Catholic Church is the charge of what used to be called ‘priestcraft’. It covers a variety of charges: clericalism (that is a church run by and in the interests of the priests in which the people play a subordinate part); an over-emphasis on tradition at the expense of Scripture; and an emphasis on the role of the priest. 943 more words


Meatless Monday and the vegan controversy

Hello my trusty readers!

There has been a strange simmering going on amongst the various camps of veg and animal rights. The abolitionists are saying that happy meat and animal welfarist campaigns are just making those that eat meat and dairy feel better about the exploitation of animals. 498 more words