The other day I saw on the local news that Google reported the most searched relationship question in Minnesota was “how to break up.” Doesn’t sound great for us Minnesotans, does it? I never searched on that, but I’ve had my share of bad relationships. I don’t think MN is much different than most… Continue reading Romance in MN – Good or Bad?
Ireland is voting on the 25th to repeal legislation that makes a baby’s life equal to that of the mother’s. The Eighth Amendment as it’s called is moral common sense, but like many other countries swayed by the overemphasis of personal freedom and fear, Ireland is being pressured to remove the Eighth Amendment so legislation… Continue reading Is a child’s music as important as yours?
I’ve heard more than one survivor of abortion talk about how grateful they are to have lived. Claire Culwell in the following Irish Central article found out she survived and it inspired her to go to Ireland and speak against the coming vote to make abortions available. I hope the Irish retain their commitment to… Continue reading Ireland’s Eighth Amendment Repeal Vote
Abandoning DACA shows the morality of our leaders and government is lost to selfish partisan division and general paranoia. Will exporting nearly a million screened children and young adults so severely risk our national security or local prosperity that we abandon ethics to help our fellow man and future generations?
Ultrasound has healing powers, and some instruments like horns are known to produce ultrasound, but acoustic attacks in Cuba that left U.S. diplomats with damage to their hearing are suspected to be from infrasound, the opposite of ultrasound.