What I’m Reading Online Today

Lots o’ Links… thank you, Facebook friends, for all the interesting fare you post every day.  There’s always more than I could ever have time to read!  Here’s just a sampling from this morning:

Politics

AHA

  • Abolish Human Abortion Drop CardsThese are an inexpensive and non-confrontational way to provide an opportunity for reflection wherever you go.  You never know what God will do with that seed you drop as you walk out the door…

“Most people are happy to live in a world where discussion of abortion only occurs in churches and political stump speeches. Most people want to drink their coffee, eat their fast food, watch their movies, and go about their day without thinking about abortion and considering what it might take to effect its abolition. As abolitionists we know that 3,500 unborn human beings are being killed every day, and that this is not something we can just push out of our minds or keep secret. Most of the people in our world don’t know this. Many of the people who do, don’t want to talk or think about it. Well, one of the primary jobs of an abolitionist is to make people think about and these Drop Cards are designed to facilitate just that.

Of course it is okay to drink coffee, eat fast food, watch movies, and go about your day in a normal way, but as an Abolitionist you ought to drop one of these cards everywhere you go. Take every opportunity available to bring the darkness of abortion out into the light of day and spread the message of abolition!”

Religion

Autism

Health

Education

  • A Case for Classical Educationour home-schooling preferences have always leaned in this direction, despite a few pedagogical tangents over the years.  This article primarily refers to the Catholic parish schools that are moving toward a classical model.
  • Course Builder by Google - this is pretty cool!

  • Lesson Planetsearch 400,000+ Teacher Reviewed Lesson Plans and Worksheets