A Condensed Chemical Warfare Summary Anyone with a few years of training in chemistry and access to some freely available raw materials could easily produce chemical weapons like sarin gas, chemical weapons expert and Rice University professor James Tour told RT. Although it is unlikely that “somebody on the street” could do it, Tour says … More What will happen in Europe this week?
There are a lot of mysteries about Aesop and his fables. When I was about six years old dad invited a French Chef who worked for his company, The French Line, to come and live with us because WWII was raging in the Atlantic Ocean, and the steamship, The Normandy, was sabotaged and capsized … More WHO WAS THIS AESOP GUY?
A very short story about one of America’s great walkers. Edward Payson Weston became known for his walking in the late 1860’s. Walking feats were part of county fairs back then where distance walkers took up their feats among those in a crowd. Foot racing they called it, and Weston was an early foot racer … More THE LOST ART OF WALKING
About a ten minute Video on the state of play in the Church http://www.churchmilitant.tv/daily/?today=2013-08-29
A Miracle of Herod’s Time and the Aqueducts EVERYONE WHO EXALTS HIMSELF WILL BE HUMBLED, EVERYONE WHO HUMBLES HIMSELF WILL BE EXALTED Luke tells us in chapter 14:11 the above words when he discussed “The Conduct of Invited Guests and Hosts.” I wondered to myself when, and how I learned these very valuable words of … More The True Need for Humility
Around eight years ago my wife and I and six other friends decided we all wanted to see Hawaii but the costs were very, very high. My wife and I went several years prior and the week we spent was pretty pricey. The trip that Norwegian Cruise Lines put together included air fare, meals on … More SEE HAWAII VIA CRUISE SHIP
I recommend this glorious place to rest and relax in the salt water, sea, sunshine and quiet should you be able to take the time. Many moons ago we joined another couple to share the expense and I can’t recall for the life of me what it cost. It can’t have been too much or … More A Week in Abaco, Bahamas
The Wallstreet Journal is read by the people who run the country. The New York Times is read by people who think they run the country. The Washington Post is read by people who think they ought to run the country. USA Today is read by people who think they ought to run the country … More Newspapers Explained
NANCE: Immoral Politicos Must Seek Redemption Not Power In her new USA Today op-ed, Penny Nance, Concerned Women for America’s (CWA) CEO and President, reminds us that Weiner, Filner, Sanford, Barry and every one of us are broken people. But dishonesty, compulsions, and addictions damage normal people’s lives. How much more so for people who … More Immoral Politicos Need to be Punished by the Voters
Day by Day Vol I, 4. 8.12.2013 – Published Monday through Friday NEWS AND VIEWS The GuardianKidnapped 16–year–old California girl says her captor ‘tricked’ family, deserved to die Washington Post - 1 hour ago SAN DIEGO — The 16-year-old California girl kidnapped by a close family friend suspected of killing her mother and 8-year-old brother … More