A Nabal Fable
A Bible story told in an unconventional way.
Roe and Doe Oral Arguments Anniversary
Today is the 40th anniversary of the first rounds of oral arguments for Roe v Wade and Doe v Bolton.
Clark Forsythe of Americans United for Life wrote this article for LifeNews today, including links to transcripts and audio of both Roe and Doe arguments.
Funny story: on Thursday I’m turning in a research paper on abortion history, but I was having trouble finding good transcriptions of the cases. Perfect timing. God provides again and again and again, ad infinitum.
The only Christmas song I can stand.
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Oh gosh, that was corny, wasn’t it?
William Wilberforce: It’s God. I have 10,000 engagements of state today but I would prefer to spend the day out here getting a wet arse, studying dandelions and marveling at… bloody spider’s webs!
Richard the butler: You found God, sir?
William: I think He found me. You have any idea how inconvenient that is? How idiotic it will sound? I have a political career glittering ahead of me, and in my heart I want spider’s webs.
Richard: ‘It is a sad fate for a man to die too well known to everybody else and still unknown to himself.’ Francis Bacon. I don’t just dust your books, sir.