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Get to know Emily Miller of Human Events (via ThursdayMan)

Posted in Uncategorized by James Pat Guerréro on 09/23/2010

If you missed Emily Miller, senior editor of Human Events, here she is again to get to know her. Insightful.

Get to know Emily Miller of Human Events. Read More

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Miami (FL) Hurricanes vs. Pittsburgh Panthers – Preview – September 23, 2010 – ESPN

Posted in Miami (FL) Hurricanes by James Pat Guerréro on 09/23/2010

Miami (FL) Hurricanes vs. Pittsburgh Panthers – Preview – September 23, 2010 – ESPN.

Commentary: Game night tonight on ESPN and ESPN3. Okay, Randy kicked some asses. Cappers Picks lines favoring Hurricanes – 3.5.

The Miraculous Rose Novena | 2nd Day (Sept 24, Friday)

Posted in St. Therese of the Child Jesus by James Pat Guerréro on 09/23/2010

Photograph of Saint Thérèse of Lisieux, Doctor...

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Open the novena card via st-therese-novena-card%204 and pray the opening prayer, 24 Glory Be’s, and St. Therese of the Child Jesus, pray for us. Close.

Quick Pick – Merit Retention Vote “NO” for Justice James E. C. Perry on Supreme Court | James Patrick Guerrero

Posted in Justice James E. C. Perry, Quick Pick by James Pat Guerréro on 09/23/2010

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Justices Jorge Labarga (second from the left) and James E. C. Perry (fourth from the left) will be on the ballot. It’s called a merit retention vote. If a simple majority of Floridians vote no, these two activist judges will be removed from the court, paving the way for us to vote on a health care freedom amendment in 2012.  

via Defend Health Care Freedom This November.  

Commentary: Governor Charlie Crist appointed Justice James E. C. Perry to the Florida Supreme Court and took office there on March 11, 2009.  

Quick Pick – Merit Retention Vote “NO” for Justice Jorge Labarga on Supreme Court | James Patrick Guerrero

Posted in Justice Jorge Labarga, Quick Pick by James Pat Guerréro on 09/23/2010

Justice Ricky Polston, Justice Jorge Labarga, ...

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Justices Jorge Labarga (second from the left) and James Perry (fourth from the left) will be on the ballot. It’s called a merit retention vote. If a simple majority of Floridians vote no, these two activist judges will be removed from the court, paving the way for us to vote on a health care freedom amendment in 2012. 

via Defend Health Care Freedom This November

Commentary: On January 1, 2009, Governor Crist appointed Jorge Labarga to the Florida Supreme Court, where he presently sits as the 84th Justice to take office at the Florida Supreme Court since statehood was granted in 1845. 

How Many Times Did Goldwater Run For President Again? – HUMAN EVENTS

Posted in Barry Goldwater by James Pat Guerréro on 09/23/2010

1964 Republican presidential primaries

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How Many Times Did Goldwater Run For President Again? – HUMAN EVENTS

Commentary: Back in 1964 at the tender age of 12, I mistrusted Barry Goldwater, but it was on how the Vietnam War escalated that he had some good things to say about national defense. It was too early for me to understand the prevailing social issues of the time – abortion and homosexuality incidences were occurring more and more often. But, it’s a good history lesson (and a “hard wake-up call”) that conservative issues have mixed and do mix with social issues in support of abortion and homosexuality. 

I’m including the Pink Banana World link below to show a “hard wake-up call.” The Log Cabin Republicans recently suggested giving the Barry Goldwater Award to Senator John Cornyn (R-TX). That didn’t set well with pseudonym, Screech!!!. 

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