30 April 2011
One of the hymns sung yesterday at the wedding of Great Britain’s Prince William and Catherine Middleton was written by Welsh composer, Paul Mealor, Ubi Caritas et Amor.
Ubi caritas et amor Deus ibi est.
Where charity and love are, God is there.
The Telegraph has this article about the music [...]
Measure would curb bargaining on health care
Michael Levenson The Boston Globe 4/27/2011
House lawmakers voted overwhelmingly last night to strip police officers, teachers, and other municipal employees of most of their rights to bargain over health care, saying the change would save millions of dollars for financially strapped cities and towns.
The 111-to-42 vote [...]
Jeff Poor The Daily Caller 4/29/2011
The year was 1978. The Bee Gees were the nation’s top pop group. Bell bottoms were en vogue. And the country was mired in an economic malaise, with so-called stagflation as a symptom.
And although Justin Bieber and hoodies have replaced the trends of the 1970s, the American economy [...]
Matt Welch Reason Magazine 4/29/2011
So George Soros walks into the Cato Institute, and….
No really–George Soros walked into the Cato Institute yesterday, along with libertarian legal super-academic Richard Epstein, preeminent F.A. Hayek scholar Bruce Caldwell, and moderator Ronald Hamowy, to discuss and debate Hayek, particularly his The Constitution of Liberty, a new edition of [...]
Edwin Mora CNSNews.com 4/29/2011
Three people convicted of crimes as a result of a terrorism-related investigation by the Department of Justice (DOJ) were later naturalized as U.S. citizens by the Obama administration, according to federal auditors.
The March 2011 audit (released on April 21, 2011) by the Government Accountability Office (GAO), entitled Criminal Alien Statistics: [...]