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recap of last week
"take action" reports
provopeopleslobby.com - 1st deadline @ midnight tonight!
encouraging water conservation in the city code
temporary moratorium on enforcement of 3 unrelated people per home?!
go see Freetown before it leaves theaters!
state issue & what to do about it - Great Shakeout
national issue & what to do about it - reform IRS code
council meeting recap
* good news
* comedy commercial & invitation to submit anonymous "eavesdropping" moments
* how you can make a difference
* events coming up
* recap of current issues we're focusing on since the last episode
* guest call-ins
* sidekick Sean's "minute"
* good idea/tip!
Politically Correct: agreeing with the idea that people should be careful to not use language or behave in a way that could offend a particular group of people. Need I say more?
I have personally reported many photos posted on Facebook that were and still are very offensive and Facebook refused to remove them. One had a naked woman sitting on a naked man’s face! Well? What is going on today and why did Facebook ban me for 24 hours for telling the truth? Full two hours on this because Facebook is now in the heart of Iowa with millions of servers in Des Moines!
The action begins at 3:16 a.m. PST on the morning of April 4 when the edge of the moon first enters the amber core of Earth’s shadow.
For the next hour and 45 minutes, Earth’s shadow will move across the lunar disk, ultimately covering the entire moon at 4:58 a.m. PST.
The total phase of the lunar eclipse will only last about 5 minutes, making it the shortest lunar eclipse of the century on the morning of Easter Vigil, traditionally observed as the period between Good Friday and Easter Sunday. The eclipse also falls within the first night of Passover, observed by Jews worldwide beginning Friday at sunset.
Some total eclipses last for more than an hour, in this case, totality spans just 4 minutes and 43 seconds since the moon will be skimming the outskirts of the Earth’s shadow, rather than passing centrally through it.
The moon’s red tint is caused by the Earth covering the sun. This red light from the rim of the Earth then beams onto moon, transforming it into a giant red orb.
Lunar eclipses usually come in no particular order, but sometimes the sequence is more orderly. When four lunar eclipses are all total, the series is called a tetrad.
This Saturday will be the third of four total eclipses in the 18-month long tetrad series. Previous eclipses occurred on April 15, 2014 and. Oct. 8, 2014. After Saturday, the next one is expected on Sept. 28, 2015. Such a closely-spaced succession of eclipses is a fairly rare occurrence.
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The U.S. Census Bureau reports that 32 percent of fathers with a working wife regularly care for their children younger than 15, according to data collected in spring 2010. That is up from 26 percent in 2002.
When comparing households with working mothers in different regions, the Midwest — with 33 percent — had the highest percentage of fathers serving as primary caregivers for preschool-aged children, according to the census. The South had the lowest with 24 percent.