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It's about both Eisenhower and Truman, but last summer I read (and thoroughly enjoyed) William Lee Miller's Two Americans: Truman, Eisenhower, and a Dangerous World.
Ricochet meet up in Japan? I think we all want to see this hot tub in person.
Wonderful, Franco! It just makes me wonder why Congress waits so long to pass these acts. I mean, there's no excuse for waiting until 2010 to get rid of child hunger, for example. Perhaps the earlier Congressmen didn't realize that if they only passed the act, the problem would go away?
Yes, I primarily use the mobile version, but I try to log in on the regular site every now and then to make sure I don't have any messages. It would be nice to know that through the mobile site as well!
As a vegan conservative, I love this story. I guess I will make it a priority to buy more Eden products.
We've turned the news on at work. Praying for everyone there.
This post puts a huge smile on my face. So happy for you two! And it sounds like your new van is even better than the old one: further proof that sometimes when "bad" things happen, they are actually a path to better things.
Welcome to Ricochet, Carl. I am sure many of us feel like we already know you because we were all a part of the team effort to help Ray and Linda. Thanks for all you did as well!
I used to wait until the last minute, but this year I wanted to get my taxes done earlier. I did them about a month ago using Turbo Tax. I didn't have anything too complicated this year so it only took me an hour.
Well said. Like all heresies, collectivism is a perversion of the Truth.
Happy Easter to you too, Nanda. May you have a blessed day.
Once a person decides it's ok to play God, there's no logical reason to draw the line anywhere. That's why all this talk of compromise and abandoning social issues is foolish. There's way more on the line than the outcome of a few elections. May God have mercy on our country.
Wow, this is really cool. Thanks for sharing with us. I love stories like this because they put time in perspective and remind us that people and events are very closely connected.
This is great news! I am so happy for you guys. Aren't the Ricochetti wonderful? And what a great example if how community is supposed to work.
I just finished reading a biography about St. Damien of Molikai by Margaret & Matthew Bunson. I haven't decided what I'm going to tackle next. My reading list never gets any smaller. I also read a few pages each night out of The Essential Belloc, a collection of the best quotes from his many works.
Great reflection. Christ's fusion of time makes the communion of saints possible. I love feeling that connection with my (past, present, and future) brothers and sisters in the faith.
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