Monthly Archives: June 2011

Tasty Tidbits 6/30/11

Here’s today’s tasty tidbits, heavy on law and on religion today:

Posted in Abortion distortion factor, Islam, Political Matters, Religious freedom, Secularism, Sexualia

Tasty Tidbits 6/29/11

Here’s today’s tasty tidbits, concurrently Tweeted and Facebooked:

Posted in Arts and Music, Empire, Legalia, Orthodoxy, Roman Catholicism | 4 Comments

Tasty Tidbits 6/28/11

Here’s today’s tasty tidbits, concurrently Tweeted and Facebooked: Sen. Lugar reportedly will unload on Obama today regarding Libya. Good for him! But the Hoosier blogosphere will be all atwitter with navel-gazing about how this is a “move to the right” to fight … Continue reading

Posted in Abortion distortion factor, Empire, Family, Food, Health care, Humor, Life political issues, Orthodoxy, Poetry, Political Matters, Roman Catholicism, Sexualia

Grab Bag 6/27/11

Here’s today’s condensed grab bag, concurrently Tweeted and Facebooked:

Posted in Evangelicalism, Family, Islam, Orthodoxy, Religious freedom, Salvation

Grab Bag 6/26/11

Here’s today’s condensed grab bag, concurrently Tweeted and Facebooked:

Posted in Family, History, Legalia, Religious freedom, Sexualia

Grab Bag 6/25/11

Here’s today’s condensed grab bag, concurrently Tweeted and Facebooked:

Posted in Creation Care, Family, Life political issues, Secularism, Sexualia

New York Redefines Marriage

New York has redefined the public institution of marriage. No blog by an amateur can do justice to this momentous event, but I must add my voice, constrained by time, to share some of the perspective that has come especially … Continue reading

Posted in Family, History, Political Matters, Religious freedom, Secularism, Sexualia | 1 Comment

Grab bag 6/24/11

Here’s today’s condensed grab bag, concurrently Tweeted and Facebooked:

Posted in Internet, Miscellany, Political Matters, Religious freedom

Daily Grab Bag

I’m going to try a little experiment to see if I can cease flooding Facebook with some of the intriguing things I read in the course of a day. So here’s today’s grab bag:

Posted in "Spiritual" (maybe Religious), Damn rackets, Education, Journalism, Legalia, Miscellany, Political Matters, Religious freedom, Roman Catholicism, Secularism, State capitalism