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Wednesday, 01 October 2008
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From The Local, Swedish news in the English language. Rubina Sheikh from Helsingborg in southern Sweden believes she’s received a message from God – in a rotten mango. As the two halves of Sheikh’s freshly sliced mango fell away from her knife last Saturday, she discovered what she ...Read More...
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Posted on 10/01/2008 3:10 AM by Esmerelda Weatherwax
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Wednesday, 01 October 2008
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From The Washington Post An Open Letter to All Americans: From Daisy Khan of the American Society of Muslim Advancement Last week, I received a call from Empire State Building officials. They wanted to know the date of this year's Eid-ul-Fitr for their lighting schedule. Today and tomorrow, ...Read More...
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Posted on 10/01/2008 2:33 AM by Esmerelda Weatherwax
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Tuesday, 30 September 2008
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On September 30th, 2000, Mohammad al-Durrah was shot and killed by Israeli soldiers as he crouched with his father behind a large cement culvert. Except that it was all a hoax. Numerous "Palestinian" "reporters" were present and recording events at the Netzarim Junction on that ...Read More...
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Posted on 09/30/2008 11:40 PM by Artemis Gordon Glidden
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Tuesday, 30 September 2008
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ben_Hecht "Keep those lights burning, cover them with steel, build them in with guns, build a canopy of battleships and bombing planes around them and, hello, America, hang on to your lights, they're the only lights in the world." Foreign Correspondent (1940) ...Read More...
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Posted on 09/30/2008 9:57 PM by Hugh Fitzgerald
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Tuesday, 30 September 2008
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At littlegreenfootballs:  From Glenn Reynolds at Instapundit, an email from a reader who works in a mainstream media newsroom: “Off the record, every suspicion you have about MSM being in the tank for O is true. We have a team of 4 people going thru dumpsters in Alaska and 4 in arizona. ...Read More...
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Posted on 09/30/2008 9:26 PM by Hugh Fitzgerald
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Tuesday, 30 September 2008
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Posted on 09/30/2008 8:44 PM by Hugh Fitzgerald
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Tuesday, 30 September 2008
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Tuesday, 30 September 2008
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by Esmerelda Weatherwax (Oct. 2008) I received this e-mail a few weeks ago  - Fwd: Important info..... NOT a joke!  And the person who sent it to me and about 25 other women urged us to “Read right to the bottom”  more>>> ...Read More...
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Posted on 09/30/2008 5:23 PM by NER
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Tuesday, 30 September 2008
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by John M. Joyce (Oct. 2008) Oh, don’t get me wrong – as centuries go the twenty-first is not too bad, so far; I’ve known worse, but I’ve also known better. Take the nineteenth one, for example. Now that was a good century. Hoi polloi knew their place and even the street urchins ...Read More...
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Posted on 09/30/2008 5:17 PM by NER
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Tuesday, 30 September 2008
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by Mary Jackson (October 2008)     “I am sorry this is so long. I didn’t have time to make it shorter.”   This apology is attributed by turns to such fine minds as Blaise Pascal, Mark Twain, Oscar Wilde, Voltaire, Benjamin Franklin and even Marie Curie. Between ...Read More...
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Posted on 09/30/2008 5:12 PM by NER
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Tuesday, 30 September 2008
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Democracy and Individual Freedom for Israel by Jerry Gordon (Oct. 2008) On September 14th, the 68th annual yahrzeit (memorial) for Ze’ev Jabotinsky z”l (of blessed memory) was held at the Edmund Safra Synagogue on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. The event was co-sponsored by American ...Read More...
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Posted on 09/30/2008 5:07 PM by NER
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Tuesday, 30 September 2008
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by Tina Trent (Oct. 2008) Atlanta, 1996 At the Opening Ceremonies of the 1996 Olympics, one hypnotically hot day in July, I stood on the pavement outside Atlanta’s Olympic Stadium as two Middle Eastern men angrily snapped photographs of me. Five thousand miles from Iran, a few blocks ...Read More...
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Posted on 09/30/2008 5:05 PM by NER
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Tuesday, 30 September 2008
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by Norman Berdichevsky (Oct. 2008) No foreigner who has been in Spain more than a few days will fail to recognize them. Statues, portraits and images of Don Quixote and Sancho Panza stare out at you from tiled murals on the walls of schools, museums, shops and cultural centers. The familiar ...Read More...
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Posted on 09/30/2008 5:02 PM by NER
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Tuesday, 30 September 2008
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by Rebecca Bynum (Oct. 2008)   Despite what seems to be incessant criticism of Christianity today, the reality is there is really very little real criticism of specific Christian doctrine, criticism that would help to correct the course of modern Christianity. Growing ranks of militant atheists ...Read More...
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Posted on 09/30/2008 4:59 PM by NER
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Tuesday, 30 September 2008
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by Theodore Dalrymple (Oct. 2008)   The day after I arrived in New York, Lehman Brothers, the investment bank that had been in business for 158 years, collapsed. By the time I left a few days later, Merrill Lynch had undergone a distress sale and the American government, given the choice between ...Read More...
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Posted on 09/30/2008 4:56 PM by NER
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Tuesday, 30 September 2008
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PQIc0ruL_HY&feature=related ...Read More...
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Posted on 09/30/2008 2:49 PM by Hugh Fitzgerald
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Tuesday, 30 September 2008
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This is the intensely irritating title of a BBC Radio 4 programme, which I have nearly missed, but which will be repeated and which overseas listeners can also get. (I will explain how when Alan, who kindly told me about this, gets back to me.) The title is irritating because it suggests that ...Read More...
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Posted on 09/30/2008 2:16 PM by Mary Jackson
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Tuesday, 30 September 2008
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There is something mysterious, almost romantic, about the term “Poste Restante”. Think of Jane Eyre, alone in the world, calling at Lowton Post Office for the letter that would summon her to Thornfield Hall and Mr Rochester. Think of Jane Fairfax in Emma, picking up secret love ...Read More...
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Posted on 09/30/2008 11:30 AM by Mary Jackson
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Tuesday, 30 September 2008
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In the wake of the worst financial panic since the Great Depression, Americans and the world are anxiously awaiting passage of the allegedly vital Emergency Economic Stabilization Act (EESA)of 2008. An act of Congress that might maintain confidence and liquidity in our tattered banking system until ...Read More...
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Posted on 09/30/2008 9:05 AM by Jerry Gordon
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Tuesday, 30 September 2008
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The phrase "de minimis non curat lex"  appears in a libidinous limerick of the kind famously collected by Gershon Legman  ("There was a young maid from Pawtucket"):   There was a young law student named Rex, · Who had very small organs of sex. · When ...Read More...
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Posted on 09/30/2008 8:57 AM by Hugh Fitzgerald
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Tuesday, 30 September 2008
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qY2XIhgUUDU&feature=related ...Read More...
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Posted on 09/30/2008 8:51 AM by Hugh Fitzgerald
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Tuesday, 30 September 2008
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The incident described in Esmerelda's post happened on the A382 near Changford, Devon. It was therefore a lorry - let's have no truck with these Americanisms. The case came to court, but the judge said: "De minimis non curat lex," or, "The law pays no attention to trifles." ...Read More...
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Posted on 09/30/2008 6:04 AM by Mary Jackson
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Tuesday, 30 September 2008
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It gives me no pleasure to learn of the rise of far right parties in Austria, even if they oppose mosque building. Nigel Jones comments in The Times: By and large the Germans have faced up to and faced down their Nazi past. The Austrians have not, hence why, unlike Germans, a third of them are ...Read More...
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Posted on 09/30/2008 5:35 AM by Mary Jackson
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Tuesday, 30 September 2008
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I missed this from The Telegraph last week. As no one was hurt my silly imagination was able to take flight. A lorry driver has been forced to flee after the 60,000 tins of custard and rice pudding he was transporting began to explode. The cans of dessert exploded "like fireworks" after ...Read More...
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Posted on 09/30/2008 3:08 AM by Esmerelda Weatherwax
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Tuesday, 30 September 2008
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On September 29th, 1547, Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra was born near Madrid, Spain, or as the Muslims refer to it, Al-Andalus.  Cervantes was not a Muslim, as the "Moors" (Muslim invaders) had been driven back out of Spain a few generations before his birth.  Cervantes' connection ...Read More...
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Posted on 09/30/2008 2:59 AM by Artemis Gordon Glidden
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