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Ecuadorian Artist takes 1" off the top of England's Highest Mountain and they want it back

Artist Oscar Santillan removed a 1″ rock from the summit of Scafell Pike, England’s highest peak, and placed it on a plinth in a London gallery to create an artwork called “The Intruder,” but locals accuse him of vandalism and want their mountain back. 300 more words

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Call to Action: The Truth Must Not Sink With Sewol

“It is not you that is wrong side up; it is us. I am sorry for having made you live in this wrong side up world.” 720 more words

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Interview with Nancy Pearcey; 23 February 2015

Published on Feb 23, 2015

In conjunction with WORLD Magazine, Patrick Henry College presents its interview with Nancy Pearcey as a part of the Newsmaker Interview Series with Marvin Olasky, editor-in-chief at WORLD and Distinguished Chair of Journalism and Public Policy at PHC. 2,309 more words

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Cross Eyed

It has finally occurred to me why President Obama’s vision of the world is so skewed. He is cross-eyed,  though not in the physical sense. That is to say, his I’s are crossed and so his world view is distorted. 1,439 more words

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Scenes from our greenhouse---

Recently, we posted a pic of our special bougainvillea and tonight we’d like to share a few more shots. The flowers featured here have been in our 10 x 10 backyard greenhouse all winter. 137 more words

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The Indianapolis Star, Page One

Could the position of the largest newspaper in Indiana be any clearer? Here is the text of the front page editorial.

We are at a critical moment in Indiana’s history. 572 more words

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Catholic schools are essential vehicles for the pro-life movement: pro-life leaders | News | LifeSite

March 30, 2015 (CardinalNewmanSociety.org) — With a growing emphasis on the Church’s pro-life teachings in Catholic education and demand for pro-life curricula, Catholic schools have the opportunity to become indispensable “vehicles” in the pro-life movement, said The Cardinal Newman Society’s Dr. 132 more words