- RT @SAfmnews: President Jacob Zuma condemns the killing of police officers. He says law enforcement officers should defend themselves again… 4 hours ago
- RT @lnspiredLife: Smiling doesn't necessarily mean you're happy. Sometimes it just means you're strong. 8 hours ago
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- RT @Scripture_Truth: Thank you Lord for unanswered prayers. http://t.co/3nrMCSpdoz 5 days ago
- Nigeria rescues 178 captives from Boko Haram
- Two New Mexico churches rocked by explosions
- Mexican photojournalist 'tortured' before death
- Donald Trump fires aide over racist Facebook posts
- Monsoon rains kill more than 100 people in India
- California declares state of emergency as wildfires rage
- Egypt postpones al-Jazeera retrial verdict to August 29
- UAE to try 41 on charges of seeking 'caliphate'
- France's Front National 'waging culture war on artists'
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Daily Archives: July 30, 2011
Federal appeals court: Saying “Jesus” during public prayer is unconstitutional As in most counties in America, the Board of Commissioners of Forsyth County, North Carolina, begins its public meetings with an invocation. These prayers are given by local religious leaders … Continue reading
Yahoo Finance reports: … Strangely, as the U.S. citizenry passionately criticizes their government for running up the budget deficit, a greater irony is afoot: When it comes to debt management, Americans are sadly worse than their government. While government debt sits … Continue reading
For something lighter: David’s secret weapon? An Angry Bird:
The Boston Globe: Philadelphia – A monsignor who is the only US church official ever charged with transferring pedophile priests to unsuspecting parishes will be tried alongside three priests and a lay teacher accused of rape, a judge ruled yesterday. … Continue reading