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The Art of Hospitality

March 6, 2012

 

MANY PEOPLE think that a great hostess is born, not made. There is some truth to this as some women are more extroverted than others. But even charming extroverts can make lousy, insensitive hostesses.

The art of hospitality must be learned. It takes years of practice, which is why many women today give up in frustration and brag about throwing things together, as if they did not really care.

At Home Living, Lydia Sherman offers simple guidelines for how to entertain guests well.

A woman, by the way, should always entertain her own family first. The rest of the world comes in a distant second.

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Authorities in Alberta Threaten Parents

March 6, 2012

 

ACCORDING to a recent piece in WorldNet Daily, homeschooling parents in Alberta who include instruction in traditional morality in their school day will be in violation of the Alberta Human Rights Act. Specifically, they will not be permitted to teach that homosexuality is immoral. WND reports: Read More »

 

Black Students Misbehave – and are Victims

March 6, 2012

 

NEW DATA from the Department of Education shows that black students are disciplined much more often than other students.  According to The New York Times, “Although black students made up only 18 percent of those enrolled in the schools sampled, they accounted for 35 percent of those suspended once, 46 percent of those suspended more than once and 39 percent of all expulsions.” Read More »

 

Equality in the Minds of the Earnest

March 6, 2012

 

LAWRENCE AUSTER writes:

I like James P.’s “pillage” description of the left — that the X’s need “equality” with the Y’s; therefore the Y’s must be attacked and pillaged, etc.

But I think he is leaving out a big part of the picture. He seems to visualize a left consisting only of hard-core activists who use equality as a pretext in order to pillage their targets. He misses the more moderate type of liberals, not activists but regular citizens, for whom equality is not a pretext, who really do believe in equality and think that equality is the highest moral good and who are not thinking in terms of pillage. Read More »

 

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March 6, 2012

 

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