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  • [Catholic Caucus] Sixth Day Within the Octave of All Saints (Gueranger)

    11/05/2017 9:46:20 PM PST · by CMRosary
    Thou art my portion, O Lord, Alleluia, in the land of the living, Alleluia, Alleluia.—Bring forth my soul out of prison, to confess to thy Name; in the land of the living, Alleluia, Alleluia.—Glory and honor be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Ghost, world without end, Amen: in the land of the living, Alleluia, Alleluia. Such is the opening chant for the departed, in the Mozarabic Missal. With the Greeks, in like manner, no word is of more frequent recurrence in the Office of the Dead, than the Alleluia. Moreover, both Greece and...
  • Multiple Choice Prosecution of Zimmerman

    07/11/2013 11:48:41 AM PDT · by Vendome · 38 replies
    Vanity | 7/11/2013 | Vendome
    So I tune into to the Zimmerman trial and watching the closing arguments I can't help but think this whole thing is contrived. The prosecutor, in his closing, is presenting possibilities of theories, multiple, and asking the jury to choose from some weird buffet of the circumstances. When you want to make your case you are specific in your accusation and theory of what exactly happened. This is the weirdest closing I have ever seen. When you close, in prosecuting, you claim very specifically what happened not some bland, rambling, theory. He is presenting a variety of scenarios by inference....
  • Bachmann Wins Re-election in 6th District Breaking-MN

    11/02/2010 8:28:59 PM PDT · by WOBBLY BOB · 63 replies
    kstp ^ | 11-2-10 | wobbly bob
    Minnesota Republican and tea party favorite Michele Bachmann has beaten Democrat Tarryl Clark in the nation's most expensive U.S. House race. Bachmann wins a third term after raising more than $11 million and spending at least $8.8 million. Her prodigious fundraising paid for months of negative TV ads painting Clark as a tax-and-spender.
  • El Tinklenberg ready to run against Michele Bachmann in 6th District

    07/28/2009 5:53:47 AM PDT · by WOBBLY BOB · 27 replies · 1,074+ views
    pioneer press ^ | 7-27-09 | Bill Salisbury
    As expected, Democrat El Tinklenberg is going to take another shot at Republican U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann next year. The former Blaine mayor and state transportation commissioner visited the state Capitol pressroom Monday to tell reporters he's definitely running in the 6th District congressional race. Tinklenberg challenged Bachmann last year and narrowly lost, 46 percent to 43 percent, with an Independence Party candidate getting 10 percent of the vote.
  • Doctor To Try For Bachmann's Seat

    05/06/2009 1:42:24 PM PDT · by steve-b · 25 replies · 794+ views
    Minneapolis Star-Tribune ^ | 5/6/09 | Bob von Sternberg
    A physician who ran for lieutenant governor three years ago will make a run for Congress in Minnesota's Sixth District next year. Dr. Maureen Reed, who ran as an Independence Party candidate in the 2006 gubernatorial race, said she plans to file as a DFL candidate for the seat currently held Republican Rep. Michele Bachmann, who is serving her second term. In doing so, she will be facing off against Elwyn Tinklenberg, Bachmann's 2008 opponent, who said today he's planning a third run for the seat....
  • A Campaign in Crisis Mode (Bachman vs. Wetterling in Minnesota's Sixth District

    09/24/2006 5:39:46 AM PDT · by shrinkermd · 3 replies · 718+ views
    NYT ^ | 24 September 2006 | CHARLES BAXTER
    WHILE my assignment was to write about Minnesota’s important Senate race, I think there’s more to be learned right now from the far closer contest in Minnesota’s Sixth Congressional District, which borders Minneapolis-St. Paul to the east, north and west. The race, between Michele Bachmann, the Republican, and Patty Wetterling, the Democrat, has revealed a Bush-era national trend now visible locally. That is, we are facing a choice between a “conservative” who wants to institute radical reforms and a “progressive” who wishes largely to maintain the status quo. In Minnesota’s Sixth District, liberalism is the new conservatism.
  • Iraqi Army’s 6th Motor Transport Regiment takes control

    08/04/2006 4:16:41 PM PDT · by SandRat · 3 replies · 212+ views
    Multi-National Forces-Iraq ^ | Sgt. Trevor Snyder
    An Iraqi Soldier raises the national flag during a pass and review ceremony held yesterday at Camp Taji. The Iraqi Army's 6th Motor Transport Regiment conducted a transfer of authority ceremony that released control by the 4th Sustainment Brigade. Story and photo by Sgt. Trevor Snyder 124th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment BAGHDAD -- The Iraqi Army 6th Motor Transport Regiment took control of its own operations in a ceremony July 3 at Camp Taji, a sprawling joint Iraqi-Coalition facility just a few miles north of Baghdad. The regiment has been working closely with the 4th Sustainment Brigade since October 2005....
  • DFL endorses Wetterling in 6th District (MN)

    05/14/2006 6:53:02 AM PDT · by Rakkasan1 · 8 replies · 330+ views
    Pioneer Press ^ | 5-14-06 | PATRICK SWEENEY
    After seven ballots, Patty Wetterling won the Democratic endorsement Saturday to oppose state Sen. Michele Bachmann in Minnesota's 6th Congressional District. Wetterling, who built a national reputation as an advocate for laws protecting children and helping authorities keep track of sex offenders, defeated Elwyn Tinklenberg, a former Blaine mayor and state transportation commissioner. Each candidate had promised not to run in a September nominating primary if he or she did not win the endorsement. In addition to Bachmann, Wetterling will face Independence Party candidate John Binkowski of St. Mary's Point. During about four hours of balloting, Tinklenberg never substantially cut...
  • Bachmann wins endorsement(GOP Congress,MN)

    05/06/2006 3:54:30 PM PDT · by Rakkasan1 · 16 replies · 492+ views
    Pioneer Press ^ | 5-6-06 | paw sweeney
    Michele Bachmann, a fiery social conservative who calls herself a "woman on a mission," easily won endorsement Saturday to be the Republican candidate in the Minnesota's 6th Congressional District. Meeting at Monticello High School, Republican convention delegates gave Bachmann their endorsement on the third ballot. Bachmann, a state senator from Stillwater, got 61 percent of the vote, just over the number required for endorsement. But she was not strongly challenged by any of her three opponents. Delegates then voted to make the endorsement unanimous. State Rep. Jim Knoblach of St. Cloud, Minn., was second to Bachmann with 21 percent. State...
  • Bachmann leads Republican race for 6th (MN) Congressional race

    05/04/2006 8:06:45 PM PDT · by Rakkasan1 · 5 replies · 274+ views
    KSTP news ^ | 5-4-06 | kstp
    ST. PAUL (AP) - For more than a year, Tom Thompson has read the glossy brochures, taken the phone calls and even received personal visits from the Republicans fighting for the party's backing in the 6th Congressional District. On Saturday, Thompson and 324 other party delegates will narrow the field of four to one. State Sen. Michele Bachmann is leading in a hard-fought race that also includes businessman Jay Esmay and state Reps. Jim Knoblach and Phil Krinkie. But the endorsing convention at Monticello High School could get unpredictable if Bachmann doesn't clear the 60 percent threshold needed for an...
  • Wetterling makes it official: She's running for Congress

    02/03/2006 9:06:39 PM PST · by Rakkasan1 · 7 replies · 429+ views
    Pioneer Press ^ | 2-3-06 | pioneer press
    Child safety advocate Patty Wetterling announced today she will run for Congress in the 6th District. The move comes two weeks after Wetterling bowed out of the U.S. Senate race after a lackluster performance in terms of key endorsements and fundraising. "Everything has changed. The world has changed. I have changed,'' Wetterling said. Last April Wetterling said she would not win in the district. "That was really dumb,'' she of that statement. Wetterling will challenge former state transportation commissioner Elwyn Tinklenberg for the Democratic nomination. Tinklenberg criticized Wetterling's entry into the race because she had previously reassured him she would...
  • Researchers Discover Greek Temple In Albania Dating Back To 6th Century BC

    01/07/2006 3:36:42 PM PST · by blam · 8 replies · 809+ views
    Source: University of Cincinnati Date: 2006-01-06 Researchers Discover Greek Temple In Albania Dating Back To 6th Century B.C. Researchers from the University of Cincinnati’s Classics faculty are preparing to make their first public presentation of details surrounding their find of one of the earliest Greek temples in the Adriatic region north of Greece. A fragment of a tablet recovered from the Albanian site. (Image courtesy of University of Cincinnati) The UC researchers, along with colleagues from the International Centre for Albanian Archaeology and the Institute of Archaeology, Tirana, will be presenting on their new work on Friday, Jan. 6, 2006,...
  • 6th Civil Affairs Group takes reins in Al Anbar (Be ready for a Blurry Screen)

    10/05/2005 6:12:42 PM PDT · by SandRat · 3 replies · 372+ views
    Marine Corps News ^ | Oct 5, 2005 | Cpl. Jeremy Gadrow
    AL ANBAR, Iraq (Oct. 5, 2005) -- The 6th Civil Affairs Group has taken over operations from 5th CAG and has constructed additional plans for the future of Iraq's economic development. Health care, education, electricity and water works, and many other facets essential to the infrastructure of the country are already under way. "The work done by 5th CAG was a great stepping stone to further governance in Al Anbar," said Col. Miles Burdine, government suport team commanding officer. "We are taking some of their initiatives and adding our own to help rebuild the government and encourage Iraqi leadership to...
  • Waiting for Another Hiroshima

    08/18/2005 5:38:03 PM PDT · by forty_years · 10 replies · 948+ views
    War to Mobilize Democracy, LLC ^ | August 18, 2005 | Andrew Jaffee
    August 6th marked the 60th anniversary of America’s use of an atomic bomb on the Japanese city of Hiroshima. While some still argue that President Truman’s decision to use the A-bomb was “controversial,” they are afflicted with the scourge of our time, the loss of a sense of moral proportion and certainty. Unfortunately, those with relativistic morals will lead us to see the day when nuclear weapons are used again – this time to end once and for all the barbaric savagery of Islamism. Green Left Weekly (GLW) calls the U.S. putting a swift end to WWII – using atomic...
  • Republican Rep. Jim Gerlach - Pennsylvania district could be bellwether.

    07/12/2005 7:18:42 AM PDT · by UCAL · 24 replies · 637+ views
    Houston Chronical ^ | 7-12-05 | BENNETT ROTH
    .........Their conflicted feelings are important because experts say the state's 6th Congressional District is a barometer of national opinion. "If there is a bellwether district with an incumbent sitting in it, I would pick this district," said Amy Walters, who analyzes House races for the Cook Political Report, a nonpartisan organization based in Washington. No neat political categories The congressman, Republican Rep. Jim Gerlach, won a second term with 51 percent of the vote in 2004, as the district narrowly voted for Democrat John Kerry in the presidential race. While partisanship in Washington has reached a fevered pitch, many of...
  • Britons In USA In 6th Century - Shock Claim (Prince Madoc)

    11/26/2003 3:31:04 PM PST · by blam · 40 replies · 957+ views ^ | 11-26-2003
    <p>Historians and researchers announced today that Radio Carbon dating evidence, and the discovery of ancient British style artefacts and inscriptions, provided "the strongest indications yet" that British explorers, under the Prince Madoc ap Meurig, arrived in the country during the 6th Century and set up colonies in the American Midwest.</p>
  • Humans to Mars: Crossroad and Crisis

    08/18/2003 10:13:10 AM PDT · by RightWhale · 9 replies · 328+ views ^ | 18 Aug 03 | Leonard David
    Humans to Mars: Crossroad and Crisis By Leonard David, Senior Space Writer posted: 10:43 am ET, 17 August 2003 EUGENE, Oregon -- Like some sort of celestial prank, just as Earth and Mars draw ever closer this month, those charting where next for America’s human exploration program are worlds apart. Later this month, the Columbia Accident Investigation Board will release its findings. They are likely to be an indictment of a NASA culture gone sour; government-contractor relationships that are frayed and a serious scrutiny of the rationale and risk of placing humans in harm’s way. In terms of its...
  • Commandos Specialize in Secret Missions

    11/29/2002 1:41:04 PM PST · by Leroy S. Mort · 2 replies · 272+ views
    HURLBURT FIELD, Fla. (AP) - They don't wear green berets. Hollywood hasn't glamorized their exploits in exotic lands. Even within their own service they are a sometimes overlooked and underappreciated bunch. They are air commandos of the 6th Special Operations Squadron, possibly the least well-known Air Force special operations unit, whose main expertise - teaching the finer points of air power to less developed foreign forces - happens to fit neatly with the U.S. goal of building coalitions for the war on terror.Whether the 6th SOS would become involved if war should come to Iraq, no one here will discuss....