Day: February 22, 2013


San Gimigiano In winter-time a tourist in Italy is almost a rare sight! Yes it is quite cold, but one can have Palladio’s masterpieces, the canals of Venice, and the Uffizi without the massive crowds. Tourists who have traveled in spring and summer and even in fall, know…


Originally posted on The Fifth Column:
“Obama’s Sequester?” No Way Speaker of the House, John Bohener, et al are making sure that they pin the “sequester” bill on President Obama.  The idea is to blame Obama for anything that goes wrong once the sequester is set in motion.…


Originally posted on While Chasing Kids:
Once again, we took a short vacation, and this mom’s separation from her kitchen resulted in a serious baking outburst. So, my New Year’s resolutions have been successfully shipped to the carb heaven, where they will probably remain sugar-high-and-all for the next…


Originally posted on Things My Belly Likes:
juicy, succulent…other adjectives meaning moist I’m trying to stay away from sweet things for Lent. That means no sugar, no maple syrup, no stevia, no honey…and basically no fun. The idea is that once I break my addiction to sweet flavours,…


Originally posted on Just Bliss:
The benefits of honey and the magic mixture of honey and cinnamon is known for hundreds of years for their miraculous curing power. Many people know about the health benefits of honey but very few know about the health benefits of honey and…

The United States of Aftermath


    The United States of Aftermath. By William Rivers Pitt, Truthout | Op-Ed   Thursday, 21 February 2013 09:18     A statue of Saddam Hussein stands in front of the burning National Olympic Committee building in Baghdad, on April 19, 2003. (Photo: Tyler Hicks / The New York Times) […]

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