Rev. Austin Miles, a chaplain in Northern California is a writer and historian. He is the author of Santa's Surprising Origins, a story that received worldwide circulation and resulted in him being cast in the 2004 Hallmark Christmas Movie titled, Single Santa Seeks Mrs. Claus. He played the mall Santa who magically received the gift of sign language.

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Thursday, October 15, 2009

MilesTonesNews At Midnight—igNoble-Nobel Prize-Ca Gov to Fine Wife?

As the world knows, Barack Hussein Obama was given the Nobel Peace Prize this week…which make it a igNoble-Nobel Prize. Adding to the irony, the founder of the award, Alfred Nobel for whom it was named, was the inventor of….dynamite, which might have blocked Mr. Nobel from being able to receive his own peace recognition. .

Monday, October 12, 2009

MilesTonesAfter Lunch News To Chew On—Rolling Out The Pink Carpet

On this day in history, (1960), Soviet Premier Nikita Krushchev pounded his shoe on the podium at the United Nations and said to America, “We will bury you!”  Considering our political scene today, it looks like he meant it….and let’s stop beating up on Obama….he hasn’t done anything…which is probably what got him The Nobel Peace Prize….and Washington, D.C. has rolled out the Pink Carpet.

Friday, October 9, 2009

SocietyBefore Lunch News-Nobel Peace Prize for Who??

Let’s first look at this. While doing the story about internet Phishing schemes, German TV Anchor Anja Charlet on Public Broadcasting ZDT tried to relay how serious this is even though she got the events twisted as she explained it this way:  “The companies Yahoo and Google have also become victims of the so-called Fisting Attacks.”  Next we’ll see this sign on a closed office door, “Gone Fisting.”  And a recent Planet news advisory warned us of an ‘Acorn Hazard.” We do have that, except this refers to the over abundant crop of acorns in New England which are falling and bopping joggers on the head, whacking gardeners’ backsides and cracking vehicle windshields.  Actually it is a similar problem to the one we know of. It is good that some MilesTones popped up before tackling the hard news of the day, including the awarding of the Nobel Peace Prize.

Thursday, October 8, 2009

MilesTonesAfter Breakfast News—Cross Debate Cacophony-Lingerie Football Players & More

Passionate arguments filled the chambers and hallways of the US Supreme Court yesterday as lawyers clashed with lawyers and judges clashed with each other…all over a little cross that stands in a remote section of The Mojave Desert. The loudest voice heard was the voice of The ACLU.  Sudden Thawt Department:***Two groups especially fear and hate the Cross of Jesus…..Vampires…and…The ACLU.  Can’t help but wonder if….could be. 

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

General*Breaking-Supremes Debating Mojave Cross Case

Today the US Supreme Court is hearing arguments regarding a war memorial cross in a remote area of the Mojave Desert due to a complaint of one man who doesn’t even live in the area of the “offensive” cross. He lives in Oregon. The first to report the news from the court is Concerned Women of America, and their press release is below.

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