Thursday, February 07, 2008

The Associated Press & CNN are reporting that Mitt Romney is suspending his campaign for Republican nominee for the presidency.
Please help my fellow Tennesseans devasted by the flooding. If you can give, please do. One place I suggest is Tennessee Baptist Disaster Relief. I'm sure there will be other organizations providing relief, I watched a television broadcast of Operation Blessing helping them this morning.

It's not only Tennessee hurting, but several states in the South. I'll post some other articles dealing with this shortly.

Wednesday, February 06, 2008


The newspaper where I work got this letter yesterday. Thought I'd pass it along.

February 5, 2008
Dear Editor: People who care about animals should bypass Disney’s straight-to-video movie Snow Buddies. Not only is the story line trite and stale, at least 25 puppy “actors” were removed from the set during filming when many of them fell ill. Three of the puppies had to be euthanized. These weeks-old puppies were taken from their nursing mothers to be used like disposable props. The producers of this movie exploited these babies specifically to target the lucrative children’s movie audience. Kids love puppies, but animals should not suffer and die so that studios can sell tickets. In addition, movies that use purebred dogs often cause people who see the film to impulsively run out and buy a dog of that breed. When the novelty quickly fades, animal shelters become flooded with dogs who were “stars” one day and inconveniences the next. Parents can use this opportunity to explain to their puppy-loving children what happens to the animals when a movie like Snow Buddies wraps.
Sincerely, Kristie PhelpsAnimals in Film, TV, and Advertising SpecialistPeople for the Ethical Treatment of Animals501 Front St.Norfolk, VA 23510757-763-0626 (cell)
'XENA' Star

New Renee O'Connor interview! If you don't know who she is -- shame on you -- she is most widely known as "Gabrielle" in "Xena: Warrior Princess."

Tuesday, February 05, 2008


NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--Evangelicals have a pitiful record when it comes to voting. Over the last 30 years, on average only half of eligible evangelicals took the time and made the effort to go to vote in a general election for a president, and far fewer bothered to vote in the primaries.
It's fair to ask, "So what?" Does this really matter to God? Is He really concerned about the primaries?
MORE ....

Monday, February 04, 2008

I know you've all been waiting anxiously to find out who the Newscat is going to cast her vote for on Super Tuesday.
Well, drum roll please, it's ...........
Hillary Clinton. Click the link to learn more about her views.