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Will they tear down Washington, DC?
November is a month that I enjoy for several reasons. I love the fall
because of the cool mornings and warm days. It is also the month that our
whole nation stops for a few days to remember and give thanks to God.
This particular Thanksgiving I wanted to share the following thoughts with
Did you know that…
As you walk up the steps to the Capitol which houses the Supreme Court you
can see near the top of the building a row of the world's law givers and each
one is facing the middle law giver who is facing forward with a full frontal
view – the middle law giver is Moses with the Ten Commandments!
As you enter the Supreme Court courtroom, the two huge oak doors have the
Ten Commandments engraved on the lower portion of each door. As you sit inside
the courtroom, you can see that on the wall right above where the Supreme
Court judges sit is a display of the Ten Commandments!
There are Bible verses etched in stone all over the Federal Buildings and
Monuments in Washington, D.C. James Madison, the fourth president, known as
"The Father of Our Constitution" made the following statement:
"We have staked the whole of all our political institutions upon the
capacity of mankind for self-government, upon the capacity of each and all of
us to govern ourselves, to control ourselves, to sustain ourselves according
to the "Ten Commandments of GOD."
Patrick Henry, that patriot and Founding Father of our country said, "It
cannot be emphasized too strongly or too often that this great nation was
founded not by religionists but by Christians, not on religions but on the
Gospel of Jesus Christ."
Every session of Congress begins with a prayer by a paid preacher, whose
salary has been paid by the taxpayer since 1777. Fifty-two of the 55 founders
of the Constitution were members of the established orthodox churches in the
Thomas Jefferson worried that the Courts would overstep their authority and
instead of interpreting law would begin making law, an oligarchy, the rule of
few over many.
The very first Supreme Court Justice, John Jay, said, "Americans should
select and prefer Christians as their rulers."
How then, have we gotten to the point that everything we have done for 200
years in this country is now suddenly wrong and unconstitutional?
Here are few sites that I enjoyed visiting when thinking of "Thanksgiving."
For the history of Thanksgiving:
For Thanksgiving Activities:
For Thanksgiving Activities for Kids:
Timothy J. Kilkenny
Founder & CEO
TRUTH OR FICTION?
Our world is becoming saturated with information and misinformation, and
all too often telling one from the other proves to be an almost impossible
task. Especially here on the Internet, sorting fact from fantasy is a
Herculean and frustrating undertaking. Even your best friends can't help --
they're often the very ones guilty of dumping the latest suspect tale into
your inbox and putting you into this position.
The following skeptical Web sites allow you to double-check Internet
rumors. TruthorFiction (TruthOrFiction.com)
provides a list of out-and-out urban legends, disputed tales and true stories,
all searchable. Snopes.com (Snopes.com)
gives you the low down on not only urban legends but also common fallacies,
misinformation, old wives' tales, strange news stories, rumors, celebrity
gossip, and similar items. A good backup is About’s Urban legends and Folklore
Concerned about medical hoaxes? Quackwatch (Quackwatch.org)
zeros in on health care fraud, dentistry scams, quackery and homeopathy, to
name just a few. You’ll also find advice on how to pick a doctor, how to spot
scams and more.
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My name is Noorisha Nawaz, but everyone calls me Shana. I first joined the
FullNet family as an OU intern in the summer of 2000. This was quickly
followed by two more internships in close succession. FullNet has an
environment unlike any other company I have seen. Here the energy and drive of
a lean startup Internet company is tempered by the traditional values,
prudence and business experience of our management to which allow us to do a
lot of exciting things very cost-effectively. After I graduated from OU last
year, I was fortunate to be able to return to FullNet to work full time as a
As a dial-up user my biggest influence on your experience is your email. I
administer your mail server and continuously seek better ways to increase
performance and fight spam. I also take care of the DNS servers that translate
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computer can understand. Apart from what I do on the dial-up side, I am
primarily responsible for our web hosting servers, where we host business,
personal and non-profit websites from all over the world. Another area I get
to work with is colocation, where clients host their servers in our
datacenter. I take care of their day-to-day needs as well as providing hourly
consulting services in the areas of networking, security, administration and
The two things I like the most about working at FullNet are the incredible
people and the wide variety of challenges I face every day.
Apart from work I spend my time watching Sooner Football, going dancing,
working with a local disaster relief organization, losing at pool, practicing
martial arts, learning languages, fantasizing about a car with door-handles
and taking care of my very pregnant sister.
I was born by the ocean in Bombay (India), a small town of 20 million
people, half-way across the world. I do occasionally feel a little homesick
and very land-locked, but Oklahoma has earned a special place in my heart, and
I am likely to stay here for some time to come.