A La Carte (11/24)
Carolyn McCulley points to a WaPo article “about a pro-choice medical student who pursued training to become an abortion doctor. It was a well-written piece, and surprisingly balanced and nuanced.”
Another beautiful little snapshot from Ali’s African Adventures.
Thousands of Iraqi Christians have found threats like this under their front doors or stoops, in stairwells or shoved through their courtyard gates: “Be informed that we will cut your heads and leave your dead bodies with no organs and no heads in your stores and houses. We know your houses and we know your family. We will kill you one after the other. Depart the Muslim areas.”
US Officials Flunk Test
“US elected officials scored abysmally on a test measuring their civic knowledge, with an average grade of just 44 percent, the group that organized the exam said Thursday.”
An Unlikely Road to Success
Here’s a “dream come true” kind of story of Texas Tech’s kicker. “The 20-year-old education major from Weatherford is living out a story with Rudy undertones that has attracted national attention. ”
Deal of the Day: Prince Caspian
Pre-Order Prince Caspian from Vision Video and you will receive one from a selection of C.S. Lewis-related DVDs.