09 May 2011

Coffee Cup Browsing

Sensible suggestions for revising the Dallas Charter.  Here's an opportunity for our bishops to drop their newly acquired role as Lawyer-in-Chief and renew their roles as defenders of the faith. 

Why is it Amateur Hour at the White House over the death of OBL?  My guess:  B.O. wants to take credit for the terrorist's death but he finds the method used distasteful and potentially damaging among his lefty base.

Various reactions from religious leaders on OBL death.  I'm a little surprised at the consistency of the responses.

Nuns' votes voided in WI Supreme Court recount.

Human rights for Nature?  Hint: it's really just about accruing more power to the gov't.

Boorish Americans and our E.U. Betters.  Oh, if only we Cowboys had the moral fiber and intellectual stamina capable of producing such Wonderful Cultural Phenomena like WWI, WWII,  Nazism/Fascism/Communism, and those tiny cans of Coke Lite that barely produce a single burp.

The U.N. (i.e. Useless Nannies) is demanding answers from B.O. about OBL's death.  The irony of this Back and Forth drips.

Some notes on that Vatican-sponsored blogger convention.

Giving kids Christian names!  Amen.

Coptic Christian churches burned in Egypt. . .12 killed by Muslim mobs.

"Dear Human. . ."  Kinda funny.

A letter from the Texas Dept. of State, Missing Texans Division.  I think this is a joke.  Maybe.

Skittle-infused vodka?  Hmmmm. . .not too sure about this.

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  1. regarding rejoicing in the death of OBL...

    From Second Hand Smoke, the First Things Blog of Wesley Smith:

    "I don’t see anything wrong with people being happy about a victory over an implacable and dangerous enemy that acted so despicably and mercilessly against unarmed, defenseless people ..."

  2. Anonymous8:57 PM

    Christian names.
    My husband is not baptized. When we were discussing possible names for child #5, he suggested Heidi. "Nope, not a saint's name," I said.

    "When did that become a requirement?" he asked in astonishment.

    Kid 1: saint 1st name, biblical 2nd
    Kid 2: biblical 1st name, saint 2nd
    Kid 3: biblical 1st and 2nd names
    Kid 4: biblical 1st name, saint 2nd

    and now
    Kid 5: biblical 1st name, saint 2nd
    Kid 6: biblical 1st and 2nd names

    Luckily, all his relatives whose names he wanted to use were baptized : )