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Archive for December, 2008

Horse and Snow Photo

Sunday, December 21st, 2008

Ava and Morgan

Korean Edition of Teaching the Trivium Now Available

Sunday, December 21st, 2008

Dear Harvey and Laurie, Greetings from Seoul! We successfully published the Korean version of Teaching the Trivium: Christian Homeschooling in a Classical Style last month. I am going to send you some finished copies. Thank you and best wishes, Judy JANG Foreign Rights & Contracts Department DCTY Seoul, Korea

Toodles at Silver Dollar City in Branson Missouri….

Sunday, December 21st, 2008

… with Katie West.

Shortest and Coldest Day of the Year

Sunday, December 21st, 2008

It’s 5 below zero with 25 mph winds here in New Boston, Illinois. What’s it like today where you live?

Two important events happened on Sunday….

Thursday, December 18th, 2008

December 14, 1973 — December 14, 2008 Amazon gift certificate for Harvey from Laurie — but you can’t spend it on books (if you’ve been to our house you’ll understand this). Mr. Masloske would probably like one of these too. Adam, at the camera. Johannah, eating for two. The requested menu: green bean casserole, rolls, […]

Storm coming tonight…..

Thursday, December 18th, 2008

…but not this type of storm. It will be a very white and slippery storm and we won’t be able to go anywhere tomorrow.

Ron Paul Auto Bailout Speech December 10

Saturday, December 13th, 2008

Dr. Paul starts to make his point at the one minute mark — you might begin there.

2009 Christian Worldview Essay Contest

Saturday, December 13th, 2008

The Trinity Foundation announces the 2009 Christian Worldview Essay Contest. The topic is the book God’s Hammer: The Bible and Its Critics. The contest is open to those between the ages of 17-23. For a list of the rules or an entry form, visit the website or click on the links. God’s Hammer ($10.95) may […]

A Fallacy Detective in Washington

Saturday, December 13th, 2008

Pepsi has a billboard up in my state reading, “Hey Washington, more people prefer the taste of Pepsi!” Clearly, the fallacy here is “ad POPulum.” Did you catch the other ‘fallacy’? The sentence… isn’t. It does not express a complete thought. “More people”? More people than WHAT? More people than horses? More people than frogs? […]


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