America deliberately crashed two unmanned NASA spacecraft into the moon to see if they will “kick up some ice,” according to an Associated Press report. We, I’m sure, have spent millions, if not billions, of dollars on this. Meanwhile, scores of people in the Third World die from drinking tainted water every day. Would it not make sense, common sense, to spend some of this NASA money on water purification systems for the people on this planet? The article headline today read: Moonstruck: One Giant Thud for Mankind. It could have also well read: Lunar Lunacy... I went to a talk today by Dr. Carolyn Woo, who is the Dean of the College of business at the University of Notre Dame. She said these days the boundary between work and family is tremendously blurred. That is even when home, people will spend, say, a bit of time with the kids then retreat to a room to work on the computer, then they’re on the cell phone talking business, then… Many Amish won’t have a phone (even a rotary one) in their home, because they see it as a distraction to focused family time. Note: Barack Obama won the Nobel Peace Prize today. One of his stances promotes the wholesale, violent killing of unborn babies. ‘Peace’ in the womb?