A wonderful video on why women a veil at Mass. The Giver is a new movie about the perfect utopia we are striving to reach. Native Americans speak-out about the Washington NFL team’s use of the “Redskins” name. How do we work with radical Islam to achieve peace and harmony – a realistic analysis. A black Marine offers his own challenge. Growing racism in America, but it’s not what the media would have us believe. Finally, something odd, very odd.
Have you seen women wearing a veil at Mass and wondered what is all about? This excellent video explains why:
This looks like a good movie (released 2 weeks ago). It’s called The Giver and is about the secular utopia we are inching toward:
If you have been watching the news, when those of a certain political persuasion are not race bating or inflaming a non-existent “war on women,” they join hands with native Americans whose #1 issue is obviously the insensitivity of the Washington Redskins. Thank goodness somebody is finally doing something to alleviate this suffering:
Dr. Bill Warner of the Center for the Study of Political Islam discusses the implications of jihad and what it takes to effectively deal with it:
This black Marine has makes a challenge of his own (oorah!):
Have you noticed a new, growing racism in America. Has the media, backed by the administration, already determined guilt without the need for any credible investigation or an actually fair hearing?
Will officer Darren Wilson be treated fairly? It will take a miracle and a lot of money. If you are inclined to justice, help him to present a defense against the mighty forces arrayed against him. Donate here.
From the Convert Journal “just odd” desk: Two 30 year-old guys record one’s mom and aunt engaging in idle chit-chat. Then they lip-sync to it.
Some random thoughts or bits of information are worthy of sharing but don’t warrant their own full post. This idea was started by Jennifer Fulwiler at Conversion Diary to address this blogging need. So, some Fridays I too participate when I have accumulated 7 worthy items. Thank you Jen for hosting this project!