Monthly Archives: November 2011

Occupy USA — two months and counting

As we observe today’s two month anniversary of the Occupy uprising, we are surrounded by violence.  From everywhere we are seeing and hearing reports of police action against the Occupy uprisings from the west to the east coasts and points … Continue reading

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We’re just sayin’. . . NO to the OGE rent hike! I mean rate hike. No, I mean rent hike.

These days, the word “rent” has two meanings.  One is commonly understood as the price you pay to live or use commercially a house or building or land.  But it also has a political meaning, as in “rent seeking”. . … Continue reading

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Sign-on letter to the bishops of the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City and the dioceses of Tulsa and Little Rock

To the Most Reverend Paul Stagg Coakley, Archbishop of Oklahoma City, the Most Reverend Edward James Slattery, Bishop of Tulsa, and the Most Reverend Anthony Basil Taylor, Bishop of Little Rock, as well as the Most Reverend Eusebius J. Beltran, … Continue reading

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SHAME on the Greek government!

So the news this afternoon is that the Greek government is CANCELLING the referendum on the colonialization of Greece by the northern Europeans. All I can say to this is — SHAME!  SHAME!  SHAME!!! Bookmark on DeliciousDigg this postRecommend on … Continue reading

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Advice to the Greeks: Just Say NO!

Talk about throwing a monkey wrench into the industrial finance system — the proposal to allow the Greeks a vote on the latest European “plan” to “rescue” somebody from the “Greek Situation” is a true black swan. The plan is … Continue reading

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