Monthly Archives: December 2007

Just a thought

Politics and froth aside… has anyone considered that Hillary is running simply to get back at Bill. Some stories over the past few days have me wondering. Before anyone leaps in with the ‘sexist’ crap… I’d happily vote for anyone, … Continue reading

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Just a thought

Politics and froth aside… has anyone considered that Hillary is running simply to get back at Bill. Some stories over the past few days have me wondering. Before anyone leaps in with the ‘sexist’ crap… I’d happily vote for anyone, … Continue reading

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A new, and pivotal, year ahead?

What direction will we choose? That amounts to the signal issue for many. It’s the essential basis for the Blue/Red divide. We can waste time trying to filter the various candidates stated positions through myopics lenses or simply cut to … Continue reading

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A new, and pivotal, year ahead?

What direction will we choose? That amounts to the signal issue for many. It’s the essential basis for the Blue/Red divide. We can waste time trying to filter the various candidates stated positions through myopics lenses or simply cut to … Continue reading

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Seasons Greetings

The last phrase from Luke 2:14 captures something appropriate for any time of year: and on earth peace, good will toward men. The cynic will note that differing translations exist. The pessimist will note that there are those to whom … Continue reading

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Seasons Greetings

The last phrase from Luke 2:14 captures something appropriate for any time of year: and on earth peace, good will toward men. The cynic will note that differing translations exist. The pessimist will note that there are those to whom … Continue reading

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Breaking the Law is Tough

Stumbled across this piece on Drudge. The students had a role-play project: assume a Latino identity, build an imaginary life in your home country and develop a workable plan to immigrate to the United States. Try it legally, Erica Vieyra … Continue reading

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Breaking the Law is Tough

Stumbled across this piece on Drudge. The students had a role-play project: assume a Latino identity, build an imaginary life in your home country and develop a workable plan to immigrate to the United States. Try it legally, Erica Vieyra … Continue reading

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A Heinous Crime or…

To be clear: If this happened and the perpetrators are convicted no penalty is too harsh. See this. A Houston, Texas woman says she was gang-raped by Halliburton/KBR coworkers in Baghdad, and the company and the U.S. government are covering … Continue reading

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A Heinous Crime or…

To be clear: If this happened and the perpetrators are convicted no penalty is too harsh. See this. A Houston, Texas woman says she was gang-raped by Halliburton/KBR coworkers in Baghdad, and the company and the U.S. government are covering … Continue reading

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