(60+ percent of Americans support women’s right to decide whether to have an abortion or not. So according to this wannabe-superstar-who-knows-more-than-God 60+ percent of Americans are Nazis?)
Of course, everyone loves hijacking and trivializing the Holocaust for their own political agenda. But if Garlow is really interested in history, abortion and Nazism, he should listen to someone who actually knows about it, likeGisella Perl, a physician and prisoner of Auschwitz, who saved women’s lives by providing them with abortions. Garlow may condemn her, but I’m pretty sure history won’t.
When I am asked who I am and where I come from I am able to answer with one word, Penahwabskek. Penahwabskek is the name of a place, ‘the place where the white rocks come out of the water’, and; it is the name of a people, the tribal nation who makes its home along the waters of the Penobscot River. For me, being Penahwabskek means that my roots are embedded in the land and nourished by the waters of the Penobscot River.
Still I find it very interesting to study rainfall patterns across the U.S. and across the world. Nature has laid out and sorted the different types of vegetation across our continent in a manner relating to wind light and also according to rainfall amounts.
Yes, it is a simple and very broad generalization to say that following Mother Nature’s lead supports project landscape or green roof plant potential success.
Pope Francis will add his voice to the fight against hunger and malnutrition by addressing the Second International Conference on Nutrition (ICN2) scheduled to take place from 19 to 21 November at FAO’s headquarters in Rome.
The pontiff’s participation at the conference which is organized by FAO and the World Health Organization (WHO), was today confirmed by the Vatican’s Permanent Observer to the Rome-based UN agencies, Archbishop Luigi Travaglino.