14 Jul 2010
I hesitate to post this, but feel that parents with teens on the Internet need to be aware.
Full story here and below.
I-dosing on “digital drugs” is becoming an alarming new trend amongst teens.
Web sites are luring kids with free downloads of “digital drugs,” which are audio files designed to induce drug-like effects. The sites claim it is a safe and legal way to get high, but parents fear it could lead to illegal drug use.
Videos of teenagers trying digital drugs are all over YouTube, leaving parents, educators and law enforcement officials with the Oklahoma Bureau of … Read the rest...read more
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30 Jun 2010
The author points out two reasons, but I’d like to add a third (which I would actually make the first): Anonymity.
When people post online, they post under screen names and avatars. Wouldn’t their responses be different if they ‘dared’ to put their real name and picture on it? After all, God sees all, hears all, and reads everything we post online. It goes back to WWJW (what would Jesus write?).
Full story here and bits below.
Bono is a born again Christian.
Or he’s not.
It’s one of those two. I’m just not sure which, but I am certain … Read the rest...read more
24 May 2010
Most of Sapientis Institute’s classes are more advanced, but here is a great opportunity for the entire family to learn Latin from the ground up.
Info below, or click here to sign up.
An extensive beginner’s course in Latin. Most of the best Scholastics didn’t write in English. If you want to learn traditional Philosophy and Theology you’d better learn the language! This course takes a classical approach but supplements it with readings from the Roman Missal and Breviary
Instructor: Mr. David West
Books: Wheelock’s Latin, by Frederic M. Wheelock and Richard A. LaFleur, 6th Blg Revised Edition (May … Read the rest...read more
13 May 2010
From the National Review.
The Daily Princetonian has an illuminating article on the young Elena Kagan, Class of ’81. Under the tutelage of Sean Wilentz — lefty historian, friend of the Clintons, and notorious Bush-basher — Kagan wrote a thesis called “To the Final Conflict: Socialism in New York City, 1900–1933,” which first raised eyebrows when Kagan was being considered for Souter’s seat last year:
“Americans are more likely to speak of a golden past than of a golden future, of capitalism’s glories than of socialism’s greatness,” she wrote in her thesis. “Conformity overrides dissent; the desire to conserve
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