Monthly Archives: August 2010

Remembering the dead in Iraq.

In Iraq, there are tens of thousands of “unknown dead”.   A body was found, but no identification.  So on one hand, there are cemetaries full of graves marked only with numbers, and on the other hands, there are hundreds of … Continue reading

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OKC public schools protecting children? DON’T COUNT ON THAT!

Sean’s son came to live with us for this school year, and he started school today at Northwest Classen High School.  Nevermind the week-long bureaucratic nightmare involving his former school  and NW Classen that it took to get him enrolled.  … Continue reading

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A warning to all politicians and the rich.

On this day, the Solemnity of the Assumption of Mary, let us recall the words all Catholics heard read from the pulpits today. . . My soul magnifies the Lord, and my spirit rejoices in God my Savior; For he … Continue reading

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Stil more evidence of Republican campaign lies.

I guess this is “pick on the Republicans week.”  Never fear, I am sure I will find something to say about the Democrats soon. But today let’s look at the claim of Republicans to respect the Constitution.  From the noise … Continue reading

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How we know the Republicans are (still) lying.

One of the silliest aspects of the present silly season (a/k/a election year) is the posturing of Republican candidates across the board on the issue of government spending.  They are all claiming to be fiscal conservatives.  Just like Reagan was … Continue reading

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