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  • Goliath birdeater spider discovered in South America
    Giant spider invades South America
    A news story running in USA Today on October 19, 2014 talks about a new discovery in the rainforests of South America, a furry, 6 ounce, giant spider called the Goliath Birdeater. For arachnophobics around the world, this creepy creature might...
  • ISIS
    Harvard students: America bigger threat to world peace than ISIS
    According to a number of students attending Harvard University, America presents a bigger threat to world peace than the Islamic terror group ISIS, The Blaze reported Tuesday. Campus Reform’s Caleb Bonham went to the Ivy League school to see...
  • Pluto Planet
    Pluto might just become a planet again
    Everyone’s favorite little (dwarf) planet may be having a comeback. Ever since its infamous demotion in 2006, the people have not been willing to let go of Pluto, and neither have some scientists, reported USA Today on Tuesday. Ever since...
  • Principals at Harvard and in Thailand
    Riding Harvard's Coattails?
    Harvard’s somewhat delayed initiative to get the ball firmly rolling for a Thai studies program at the world renown institution briefly took a backseat in 2014 as criticism of the intentions of its Thailand-based sponsors (Ministry of...
  • Real Transformers
    Real robotic transformers
    For years, transformers have been a thing of the movies. Most children dream about having a real transformer of their own while they play with their toy ones. Every time a new transformer movie comes out on the big screen it tops the charts and...
  • The findings and implications of Harvard's "The Children We Mean to Raise"
    The findings and implications of Harvard's "The Children We Mean to Raise"
    The mantra growing up in my house wasn’t to get straight “As” or the biggest trophy, or, for that matter to be the happiest, winningest kid on the block. No, it was, “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.&rdquo...
  • The Making Caring Common Project results
    The Making Caring Common Project results
    The Making Caring Common Project has been discussed on Good Morning America and the TODAY Show; THE CHILDREN WE MEAN TO RAISE: The Real Messages Adults Are Sending About Values. The report discussed was compiled by the Project group, a division of...
  • You, too, can go to Harvard
    You, too, can go to Harvard
    You, too, can say you went to Harvard when you are in Boston after a tour with Cambridge Historical Tours, just one of the company’s tours of the Cambridge area. Their Innovation Tour includes both Harvard and Massachusetts Institute of...
  • A Black Mark on an Ivy League
    A Black Mark on an Ivy League
    The word Catholic means “universal”. As I've often noted with non-Catholics, the Catholic Church embraces this title because it can be found everywhere in the world, and has an seemingly infinite amount of types of worship and...
  • 'Satanic black mass' at Harvard cancelled at last minute; held elsewhere
    'Satanic black mass' at Harvard cancelled at last minute; held elsewhere
    A “satanic black mass” planned by the Cultural Studies Club at Harvard was cancelled due to the intense and widespread reaction against it, many calling it an affront to the faithful. According to the Boston Globe on May 13, the...
  • Satanic Mass
    Satanic Mass cancelled at Harvard, continues at a Chinese restaurant
    Harvard’s scheduled Satanic black Mass, which has drawn much criticism as a mockery of the Catholic faith, has been cancelled according to the Associated Press on Tuesday. The Middle East Nightclub in Central Square withdrew itself as the...
  • Harvard's deal With Satan, Faust approved
    Harvard black mass cancelled
    There is a story about a KKK gathering that was to take place in New York City some years back. After a judge insisted that the Klansmen were not allowed to wear their hoods, very few showed up. In fact, so few showed up, that the Klan had been...
  • Satanic Mass
    Harvard's deal With Satan, Faust approved
    It's always nice when the future masters of the universe solidify their futures by having an official deal with the devil.Yes, really. They're having a black mass at Harvard. We can't make this stuff up. It'sbeing hosted by The...
  • Papyrus not evidence Jesus had a wife
    Sunday Dialogue: Harvard papyrus does not prove Jesus had a wife
    The facts based on scientists’ findings are not facts; but suppositions regarding recent coverage that small papyrus indicates that Jesus had a wife.While they are confident that the tiny piece, which is no larger than a business card, dates...
  • Books
    Library finds books bound in human flesh
    The Harvard University library has books that are bound in human flesh. There have been three books found that are covered in the skin of people. According to an April 2 report by Geeko System, the practice of binding books with human flesh was...