This Week On The Reactionaries Speak Radio Program: Looking Back To Look Forward. Tonight Trisha And Luchadora Are Running The Show. Adult Themes Will Be Discussed. Adult Language May/ Will Be Used. You have been warned!!!!! Join The Panel: @reactionariez … Continue reading →
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Christmas Day St. Peter Lutheran Church St. John 1:1-18 December 25, 2015 “The Word Made Flesh” Iesu Iuva God is never far away from any one of us. But there are moments when He seems nearer than others. Usually those are times when we are not distracted by ourselves, our worries and desires, but are […]
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What was the best news of the year? That’s a difficult question to answer if you believe in small government and you work in Washington. We certainly didn’t get the things on my Christmas list, like genuine entitlement reform and fundamental tax reform. Santa also forget to give me much-needed spending caps, like they have […]
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A year ago I don’t remember what I was doing. That is a function of the fact I was so ill I don’t remember anything at all; I’m glad I don’t, as what little comes to me from time to time isn’t worth remembering. The only thing that sticks is a memory of the kindness […]
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A few days ago I wrote about a meeting between Obama and Michael Bloomberg—where they worked on creating new ways to deny us our Second Amendment right to own a gun—and Valerie Jarrett’s promise that Obama would be issuing a…
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Welcome to the Watcher’s Council, a blogging group consisting of some of the most incisive blogs in the ‘sphere, and the longest running group of its kind in existence. Every week, the members nominate two posts each, one written by themselves and one written by someone from outside the group for consideration by the whole Council.Then we vote on the best two posts, with the results appearing on Friday morning.
The results from this year’s 2015 Fabulous 50 Blog Awards are in and the Council scored big! Teresa Monroe-Hamilton’s The Noisy Room, Fausta’s Blog, VA Right, Sara Noble’s The Independent Sentinel and Bookworm Room all received individual awards and rave write ups, and the Council as a whole received a group award as best blogging group..
This week, The Pirate’s Cove, Right Reason, The People’s Cube and Seraphic Secret earned honorable mention status with some great articles.
You can, too! Want to see your work appear on the Watcher’s Council homepage in our weekly contest listing? Didn’t get nominated by a Council member? No worries.
To bring something to my attention, simply head over to Joshuapundit and post the title and a link to the piece you want considered along with an e-mail address (mandatory, but of course it won’t be published) in the comments section no later than Monday 6PM PST in order to be considered for our honorable mention category. Then return the favor by creating a post on your site linking to the Watcher’s Council contest for the week when it comes out on Wednesday morning.
It’s a great way of exposing your best work to Watcher’s Council readers and Council members while grabbing the increased traffic and notoriety. And how good is that, eh?
So, let’s see what we have for you this week….
Enjoy! And don’t forget to like us on Facebook and follow us Twitter..’cause we’re cool like that!And don’t forget to tune in Friday for the results!
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For those of us worried (with good reason!) about excessive regulation and red tape, 2015 was not a good year. As you can see from the headline of this story in the Washington Examiner, federal bureaucrats were very busy imposing new mandates and restrictions on the economy. Indeed, President Obama now has the cumulative record […]
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I submit that the academic field of business ethics failed in not being able to anticipate the fraud and exploited conflicts of interest that precipitated the financial crisis of 2008. That is to say, business-ethics scholars, including myself, fa…
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By Amy Curtis Modern Comments Radio is live on Vigilant Liberty tonight (10pm Eastern, 9pm Central) with the final episode of 2015! Amy is joined by Chris (@CrankyTRex) and we’re going to talk about …read more Via:: Modern Comments Radio: Farewell 2015 Edition!
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I just saw this report on the Fox News Channel, Kelly Files that was quite disturbing of teens in St. Matthews, KY [city that is part of Metro Louisville] who were rioting, fighting, and generally terrorizing customers at a mall on Saturday night, Dec…. . . . → Read More: This Mayor In Kentucky Is An Idiot
My last post was critical of the new control language created to implement a concept called Behaviour Driven Design (BDD).The process of creating a control language seems liberating at first because the creation process helps improve communications amo… . . . → Read More: Test Driven Design
By LizHarrison It’s near the end of the year, so that means we’ll be seeing quite a few “year in review” types of articles out there. This time, it’s the Via:: Top 10 Cries of Sexism Debunked
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Looking back, as we tend to, at this time of the year, it may go down in history as the one where the Western world finally gave up trying to argue the obvious – which is that we are born female or male. It’s true that there have always been a small number […]
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Surging Republican presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz is laying out what would be the most aggressive first day in office ever for a new president, starting with the elimination of “every single illegal and unconstitutional” executive action taken by President…
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Hat Tip: CNN’s Don Lemon, who played a segment of this video on his show on Monday night, Dec. 28, 2015.The following 2008 video, that included an interview of Donald Trump with Wolf Blitzer, shows that if anyone goes after Bill Clinton in …
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Last year, when Republicans gained a decisive edge in both houses of Congress, I made predictions as to the six energy-policy changes we could expect—as the two parties have very different views on energy issues. I closed that column with…
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I wrote this post in reply to Liz Keogh who said responded to my post on the similarities between “Behavior Driven Design” and “Behaviorism” “BDD is merely the use of examples in conversation to illustrate the desired behaviour of a system. The approac… . . . → Read More: Control Languages
When I get my daily email from the editorial page of the New York Times, I scroll through to see whether there’s anything on economic issues I should read. As a general rule, I skip over Paul Krugman’s writings because he’s both predictable and partisan. But every so often, his column will grab my attention, […]
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I don’t know if you’ve seen the film, ‘Becket’, but it was one of my father’s favourites, and we used to watch it at Christmas on video (yikes, remember that? I mentioned it to a pupil the other week and she looked at me as though I was someone from the Dark Ages!). I was […]
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