The internet is a new world, and it’s so simple to find yourself immersed in it. These days, we can’t imagine a day where we do not visit the online world at least several times. 25 more words
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Whatever the hell medications Hillary Clinton is taking for what ails her is sure not doing anything for the screw that is loose in her head in a forum the other night with Matt Lauer. 359 more words
I don’t know how other religions deal with celebrity members, but it seems like those of us in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons) treat them like we treat Diet Coke and the Word of Wisdom: we either embrace them, regardless of their activity in or representation of the Church, or we shun, ignore or otherwise pretend they don’t belong to us. 524 more words
Maybe this will stop the leftist drive to sue people who disagree with them on globull warming.
If Democratic attorneys general can pursue climate-change skeptics for fraud, then also at risk of prosecution are climate alarmists whose predictions of global doom have failed to materialize. 19 more words
MISSING MAN: THE AMERICAN SPY WHO VANISHED IN IRAN
By Barry Meier
Farrar Straus Giroux, $27.00, 273 pp.
The American public — especially the media — tends to demand, “Who’s to blame?” when a person vanishes in a foreign land with no explanation as to why, or whether, he is being held. 198 more words
Peace Action quoted in the Associated Press, Washington Post, NY Times and Washington Times regarding Obama visit to Hiroshima
Kudos to our Senior Director for Policy and Politics, Paul Kawika Martin, for his stellar media outreach work.
The Associated Press article has a great quote by the wonderful 91 year old Hibakusha (A-bomb survivor) Sunao Tsuboi, who we had the honor of hosting at our 2002 student conference in California. 351 more words