Something to think about …. “Women: …. we make up our own mind …. “!!


~~October 24, 2016~~ 


“A man does what he can; a woman does what a man cannot.”

~Isabel Allende, Inés of My Soul~


Howard Brush Dean III (born November 17, 1948) is an American politician who served as the 79th Governor of Vermont from 1991 to 2003 and Chair of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) from 2005 to 2009.

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To start the day … “Historic: Pope Francis addresses a Joint Meeting of Congress”!!


~~September 25, 2015~~ 


The 10 Most Political Moments In Pope Francis’ Address To Congress

Pope Francis speaks his mind, and he did that again in his address to a joint meeting of Congress Thursday morning, September 24, 2015. But, in the vein of the best Jesuit teachers, Francis praised America, its rich political history and its ideals before delicately delivering some things its political leaders might, well, want to consider working on.

Here were 10 moments that stood out from his address

Embracing John Kerry

A call to rise above polarization

A call for the country to open its arms to immigrants and refugees

A reminder on abortion

Strongly advocating for abolishing the death penalty

Poverty and the necessity of ‘distribution of wealth’

Business should be about “service to the common good”

Calling on Congress to act on climate change

Anti-war message and a call to stop arms trade

The importance of family and marriage


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The 10 Most Political Moments In Pope Francis’ Address To Congress



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~Pope Francis Visits Congress, Working Both Republicans & Democrats~

~Published on Sep 24, 2015~

Pope Francis spoke to the U.S. Congress on Sept. 24, a first in papal history. He managed to subtly (and at times not so subtly) appeal to Democrats and Republicans while making pleas on some of America’s most divisive topics. He must have had a good ghost writer.


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Something to think about … What does it mean to be Pro-Life?

~~December 13, 2014~~ 

What does it mean to be pro-life?

By Paul Stark

~Every human being matters, and we ought to act accordingly~

“The media often use the label “anti-abortion” to describe pro-life advocates. It’s true that we oppose abortion — and infanticide, euthanasia and embryo-destructive research. But we are only against those things because we are for something else.

~What we are for~

What are we for? We are for the proposition that human life is good, that it is worth living, that it deserves respect and protection. We are for the proposition that every human being has an equal worth and dignity — that every human being has a right to live.

The pro-life position rejects all attempts to divide humanity into those who have rights and those who don’t. Our society now recognizes that past discrimination on the basis of race, gender, ethnicity and social status was deeply unjust. We recognize that the worth of a human being does not depend on such characteristics.

Nor, however, does the worth of a human being depend on age, size, ability, dependency, stage of development or the desires and decisions of others. The big are not more valuable than the small. The strong do not have more rights than the weak. The independent do not matter more than the vulnerable and needy.

No, we have value and a right to life simply because we are human — not because of what we can do, but because of what (the kind of being) we are. That’s why everyone matters. Everyone counts.”


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**At the beginning, the author talks mentions that “we oppose abortion — and infanticide, euthanasia and embryo-destructive research”. In my humble opinion, some of the listed topics are very personal and decisions regarding them should be made by the those individuals who as in a position where a choice has to be made.**


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