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He served in the military for 23 years. On Friday, he'll earn a Cuesta nursing degree
Cuesta College's ... latest group of students to earn their nursing pins. For the 47-year-old Randolph, who served more than two decades in the military, Friday's ceremony marks the next step in earning his bachelor's degree in nursing, something the ... read more
How do Americans view poverty? Many blue-collar whites, key to Trump, criticize poor people as lazy and content to stay on welfare
He subsequently said his reductions would be made in social spending and not from the military ... 25 years now since John Kennedy came to Eureka Hollow. Roger Luster is 36, a husky man in jeans, an old shirt and a tractor cap. His wife, Doris, is 23. read more
On plane: 15 Marines, 1 Navy sailor mourned by families
The 15 Marines and a Navy sailor killed in a military ... serve in special operations, his father said. Schmieman, 26, grew up in Richland, Washington, and enlisted after completing an academic program that allows students to earn a college associate’s ... read more
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Are most Catholics in America going to hell?
It can be tempting to conclude that most Catholics in America today are going to go to hell. I belong to a great parish ... who have undermined the Church’s teaching in recent years. We’ve had really bad catechesis for the last 40 years, as well ... read more
My mother's scandal was GOOD for Britain: Christine Keeler's son says that women should never again be 'blamed for men's urges'
The scandal brought about the downfall of a prominent minister when she slept with both him and a Russian embassy military ... year before entering a nursing home. 'We were over seeing her the weekend before last, and she seemed absolutely fine,' he ... read more
Scientists, Your Gender Bias Is Showing
Nobody who is familiar with the literature on this will be surprised, but it’s good to accumulate new evidence and also to keep the issue in the public eye: academic scientists are, on average, biased against women. I know it’s fun to change the ... read more
Religion continues its free ride without our blessing
The majority of Australians say church and state should be separate, yet religion continues to be privileged in our society at taxpayer expense, writes Chris Fotinopoulos. Why aren't we talking about the religious influence on party policies in this ... read more
The Humiliation Of Cardinal Burke (The No Spin Zone)
Further, it is rumored that Cardinal Burke will be appointed "Cardinal Patron" of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta ... But assuming that the rumors are correct, if the Pope does this he will have entered the No Spin Zone. Among those who watch ... read more
Grade the President: Here's what you thought of Trump's first 100 days
The military used its power.” “He is finding out quickly that working with his cabinet is very different than running a board meeting where he called all the shots without discussion. He is learning fast and doing well.” “Twenty years of my life ... read more