Even as financial markets look to be recovering, it is only because governments are circling the wagons
and dumping money into protecting banks.
Written by award finalist author and former bishop Carol Lynn Pearson, No More Goodbyes: Circling the Wagons
Around Our Gay Loved Ones is a collection of true vignettes about religious Mormon people who relate to their gay loved ones, who are in turn often condemned by the church (and according to some people's beliefs, by God) for their homosexuality.
Last month, when word was first out that the Senlis Council intended to release their latest report on the situation in southern Afghanistan, the Canadian Defence establishment immediately began circling the wagons
It would be a huge help to Cheltenham's beleaguered public relations if they spent less time circling the wagons
and more listening to those who wish them well.
That is not "history"; it continues today and will continue as long as Catholics insist on circling the wagons
and blaming everyone but the hierarchy.
In addition, while Japan's November elections were not a surprise, there was a slap on the wrist from voters in the form of a better-than-expected showing by the merged and re-energized Democratic Party, which had the Liberal Democratic Party circling the wagons
and merging with a smaller member of its ruling coalition.