Monday, February 16, 2009

Good News for February 16 posted by Mary Beth

The Peril of Disregarding the Past: Liberalism and Conservatism

"In a recent New York Times column, David Brooks told a story that perfectly captured the divide between what I call 'traditional conservatism' and liberalism—'liberalism,' which historically is a good term, but has been perverted."

Read the rest of Chuck Colson's commentary here.

Astronomer says Texas fireball was big meteor, not debris from satellite collision

"The fireball that streaked across the sky and alarmed numerous Texas residents was likely just a big meteor and not wreckage from colliding satellites, experts said Monday."

Get the rest of the space story here.

Do you belong to Facebook, forever?

"The blogosphere is abuzz after a popular consumer affairs blog pointed out changes to Facebook's terms of use that the social networking Web site quietly made earlier this month."

Want to know more? Click here.

Nation's Oldest and Largest African-American Sorority Partners with CARE to Empower Women Worldwide

"Inspired by its century of service and mission to empower communities worldwide, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority is partnering with CARE to advance the movement to end global poverty. The nation's largest and oldest sorority has made A POWERFUL NOISE Live its official event for International Women's Day."

Join the excitement by clicking here.

Amid turmoil, think long-term

"Your 401(k) plan is bloodied, the Dow keeps diving, and you're wondering what to do next. So we called Robert Glovsky, president of Mintz Levin Financial Advisors. For the past five years, Wealth Manager has selected the firm as one of the nation's top for wealth management. Forget about wealth. Right now, we'd happily take survival management."

Get the expert's advice here.

Howlin' Wolf NorthShore to open in Mandeville, LA

"The Howlin' Wolf is expanding from the Warehouse District to the far side of Lake Pontchartrain. Howlin' Wolf NorthShore is scheduled to open on Friday, March 6. The opening night is a benefit for the Mandeville police and fire departments."

Who'll be there? Click here to find out.

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