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Saturday - By Ian McEwan

Saturday is an account of one day in successful neurosurgeon Henry Perowne’s life. With a stately home in Fitzrovia, two talented grown-up children and a thoughtful, noted lawyer as a wife, he should have been content, and so he was, until that Saturday morning. 182 more words


Frustrating Day

Well today was the first day that I worked on school stuff.  I decided to do Psychology first.  I thought it was going to be all boring, but it wasn’t.   713 more words


It's time to stop being suspicious of all British Muslims

This weekend, Muslim families around the world will be celebrating Eid Al Adha. There’ll be prayers, celebratory meals, presents, visiting of friends and family. Sounds pretty normal doesn’t it? 558 more words


Baseless paranoia about crime in America drives police violence

If you don’t already, you should follow CopBlock on Facebook. It’s a page that collects examples, very often with video, of police bullying and brutality run amok in America, and the first thing that astounds you is the sheer volume of such incidents. 1,055 more words


Till We Meet Again

by Gordon B. Hinckley

I almost forgot about this.  During the closing of this conference (mentioned in the previous two Sunday posts) President Hinckley offered a prayer. 36 more words

Spiritual Sustenance

13 years later: One woman's quest

I’m not going to lie.  It’s easier to not get involved and “hope it all works out.”  But for 13 years, this lady has been involved – looking for the owner of the picture found after 9/11.  26 more words

So Cool!

10 Questions for Secretary of State John Kerry

This is from Steve Deace.

Lurch Kerry will never answer these questions.

During a roundtable with the media this week, Secretary of State (say that without shuddering) John Kerry… 404 more words