The rosary is not a fashion accessory, and these guys are finally setting people straight. P.S. If we get more people like your man on the left there, the ladies will be flocking to the Catholic Church.
The Weekly Standard had a wonderful piece about unit cohesion with regards to DADT. To quote: “That which overcomes fear in battle is love—the love of the members of the primary group for each other. But it is a very special sort of love. The Greeks had a word for it: agape, the total [...]
Picture of Nashville out of a Towers I window. It is 16 degrees outside.
I was fortunate enough to start off my weekend in Washington D.C. with The Heritage Foundation. 1200 members packed into the Washington Marriott Wardman Park for the 2010 President’s Club Meeting, which involved a series of talks and information sessions. The Heritage Foundation is the strongest conservative public policy think tank in the world, and [...]
I saw this happen to a few people in Central Library today. The Vikings were able to reschedule their game due to the overload, but unfortunately Vanderbilt students must trudge along through the rest of exam week.
Lt. Colonel James Wilburn was serving as Chief of Operations in Iraq three years ago when he received his Vanderbilt assignment. He had been a professor of military science at West Point and was interested in teaching again. He applied to the Army ROTC program, and his first choice was Vanderbilt. He wasn’t expecting the [...]
We’ve all heard that Vanderbilt boasts the nation’s top education school. Even if you’ve never visited the university website or witnessed feckless prospies paraded around campus by tour guides, you’ve likely received those ominous emails from the Peabody Master’s Program to remind you of our claim to fame (“Pretty soon your undergraduate career will end…” [...]
The recent WikiLeaks scandal has raised a number of questions about our government, freedom of speech, and the role of the media. A few weeks ago, the website WikiLeaks.org released a large number of State Department files. To say the least, the revealed files were interesting. Some were insightful, such as claims that most of [...]
Bob Corker, Tennessee’s very own junior Republican senator, came to Belmont University to host a town hall meeting with local talk radio station 99.7 WTN concerning the federal debt and deficit. Corker presented some interesting stats. He outlined the looming issue of the federal debt using nonpartisan numbers from the Congressional Budget office. For instance, [...]