This blogaround brought to you by a working internet connection. Literally!Recommended Reading:Ian and Tara: [Content Note: War on agency; class warfare] The Greatest Trick the Supreme Court Ever Pulled Was Convincing the World Roe v. Show More Summary
Wed December 04, 2013 Stop Being a Pushover! Here's How by Sherrie Campbell, PhD Being nice is a wonderful virtue--it sustains relationships. Most of us want to be seen as nice--especially women. But being too nice means can turn you into a pushover with no boundaries. Show More Summary
Sheena Easton: "Strut"
There will be music on the trains and dancing on the platform.
I recently mentioned that I started binge-watching The Good Wife, and I've finally caught up, and I still love it. Which is not to suggest it's flawless, or that it's above criticism. It's just to say that I find it very enjoyable for...Show More Summary
"Modern Moms Aren't as Busy as 1960s Moms Were" reads the headline for Olga Khazan's piece for the Atlantic. But the piece itself is less about busy vs. not busy and more about time spent moving your body vs. time spent sitting on your butt, and a concern that, by spending more time sitting around than doing activities, mothers are setting a bad example for their kids.
An extraordinarily story out of England today has a mother talking about how her unborn child saved her life. Nicola Weller went to hospital for surgery to remove a tumor from her womb after somehow becoming pregnant even though she was on an IUD. The scan showed she was pregnant and Weller was shocked because […]
by Ben Johnson DORCHESTER, UK, December 4, 2013 (LifeSiteNews.com) – A lot of mothers say their baby changed their lives unexpectedly, but few have as dramatic a story as Nicola Weller. In September 2009, British doctors discovered Weller had a cancerous tumor in her womb and scheduled a follow-up appointment…
The new report from the Centers for Disease Control had good numbers across the nation when it came to abortion — with abortions declining three percent in 2010 after a five percent decrease in 2009. But they also contained shocking figures showing abortion targets blacks and Hispanics. The CDC Abortion Surveillance Report dated November 29, […]
In March 2014, Japan’s Corporation plans to start selling electricity from rooftop solar power installations directly to consumers in Germany through a partnership with one of Germany’s largest real-estate companies, according to Reuters. Show More Summary
by John-Henry Westen In-Depth Analysis VATICAN CITY, December 3, 2013 (LifeSiteNews.com) - The 220-page Apostolic Exhortation, entitled “Evangelii Gaudium” (The Joy of the Gospel) released last week gives the world the first solid glimpse into the heart and mind of Pope Francis, as it comes by his…
Aggreko, the Glasgow-based distributed energy company that powered the 2012 London, won another feather for its cap yesterday with an agreement to supply power and temperature control systems to the Cirque du Soleil for the next four years. ” will provide an integral part of our infrastructure, ensuring that our shows are performed to [...]
by Thaddeus Baklinski UK, December 3, 2013 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Two physicians with child porn convictions are among the more rthan 750 physicians with criminal convictions still practicing medicine in the UK, the General Medical Council (GMC) revealed in a Freedom of Information response to The Telegraph. The…
Utility-scale solar power is poised to become cost competitive with natural gas by 2025, according to a new report by Lux Research. The report, “Cheap Natural Gas: Fracturing Dreams of a Solar Future,” evaluated the levelized cost of (LCOE) for unsubsidized solar, natural gas, and hybrid solar/gas technologies through 2030 under a range of future [...]
The selenium in coal ash is causing deformities and deaths in young fish, according to the study. The post Coal Ash Is Killing 900,000 Fish Each Year In A North Carolina Lake, Study Finds appeared first on ThinkProgress.
by Obianuju Ekeocha 1st of December was World AIDS day but there is so little attention these days given to this most serious pandemic that has ravaged, claimed and viciously crushed the lives of millions of people with an astounding 35 million people living with AIDS around the world and almost 70% of…
A Swedish start-up company is generating electricity from low-velocity tidal currents with a system of underwater kites called “Deep Green.” The kites are equipped with turbines tethered to the ocean floor and move through the current in an 8-shaped trajectory. Show More Summary
We already know crimes against humanity and war crimes have been committed on a grand scale. Surely that is bad enough to merit a swift response.
Just before Thanksgiving, many conservatives seized on a new study examining the climate views of members of the American Meteorological Society. It's no secret that there's a schism between climate scientists and weather forecasters over climate change, and the study captured this, to skeptics' delight. Show More Summary
by Rita Diller December 4, 2013 (STOPP) - While families were gathered around their tables on Thanksgiving Day, Planned Parenthood reached directly into homes across the nation, stealing the attention of teens and turning it toward the perverse world of Planned Parenthood. Planned Parenthood Info for Teens featured…