Monthly Archives: February 2010

Two Fascinating Reads

When Niall Ferguson talks, you had better listen. In this column he points out that empires sometimes evaporate overnight, often due to financial crises. Sound familiar? He also makes this important point, and one that has worried me ever since … Continue reading

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One Reason Why I Love Mother Teresa

She was not afraid of anyone and happy to speak the truth. As Mary Poplin wrote about her, she was one tough woman. Here she takes on Hilary Clinton.

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Keynesian Economics will Die Where it was Born

This is an interesting little article from Blomberg. I suspect that, despite all evidence to the contrary, Keynesian economics will not die in this crisis for the simple fact that, if you are Keynesian economist and your prescription doesn’t work, … Continue reading

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Feminists: Susan B. Anthony was not against Abortion

Truth: No matter what the motive, love of ease, or a desire to save from suffering the unborn innocent, the woman is awfully guilty who commits the deed. It will burden her conscience in life, it will burden her soul … Continue reading

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A Good Demo of Why I Never Listen to Politician’s Words

How many promises can politicians break in one year?

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Snow Will Continue Until Al Gore Cries Uncle

Hahahaha. A great quote from Senator Jim Demint.

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Torrents of Grace!

“Our Heavenly Father, so far from ever overlooking us, is only waiting to find our hearts open, to pour into them the torrents of His grace.” – Francois de la Mothe Fenelon I stole this beautiful quote from my good … Continue reading

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