In this “Age of Discouragement” (to coin a phrase) the study of economics can be depressing. It’s commonly called “The dismal science.” As the old joke has it, “Economists have predicted ten of the last […]
President Donald Trump walks by Judge Amy Coney Barrett as she and some of her children gather in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, DC, on September 26, 2020. – Trump nominated Barrett to the US Supreme Court.
President Donald Trump Judge Amy Coney Barrett walk into the White House Rose Garden on Saturday with first lady Melania Trump and Barrett’s family to present Barrett as his nominee to the Supreme Court.
911 numbers in Minnesota were unavailable for quite a while.
A news outlet posted the 10 digit 24/7 numbers for the counties in Minnesota. HERE
You know, if I were the People’s Army, thinking in terms of unrestricted asymmetrical warfare…. which I sort of do even though I am not CCP… I would probe these systems.
CNA Staff, Sep 28, 2020 / 08:41 pm (CNA).- Much has been made of the Catholic faith of Amy Coney Barrett, President Donald Trump’s most recent nominee to the United States Supreme Court.
The judge’s Catholicism has taken center stage in her political career thus far: from “the dogma lives loudly within you” comments made during her 7th Circuit Court of Appeals nomination hearing in 2017 to recent articles debating – and debunking – whether People of Praise, the charismatic movement to which Barrett belongs, was the inspiration behind the dystopian novel and T.V. series, The Handmaid’s Tale.
Like many Catholics, Barrett inherited her faith from her family. Her parents are Catholic, with seven children – Barrett being the eldest – and are also members of People of Praise. Her father, Mike Coney, has also been a permanent deacon for 38 years.