Monthly Archives: March 2011

Dudley’s Dud (of a book)

Have you seen this new theology book yet? Talk about being the exact opposite of what a theology book should be . . . . just read this excerpt from the Amazon product description of Jonathan Dudley’s new theology book: Broken … Continue reading

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Life, Society, Law, and Language

We (people) tend to be very pragmatic when it comes to law in our societies. We tend toward an overwhelming majority of the group being in complete agreement on many, if not most, basic points of law. Sort of a … Continue reading

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The End of the Nation-State?

Although you hardly ever hear anyone talk about it, the most promising hope for our political future, as human beings living on planet earth (an oasis of life in the middle of lots and lots (and lots more lots) of space), is the coming … Continue reading

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The Day I was DONE with Israel and the US Government – 3/30/2002

I was DONE with Israel on March 30, 2002, which was Holy Saturday that year, when the Israeli military (IDF) was shooting Palestinian fighters who had taken refuge in the Church of the Nativity. On March 29, 2002, which was … Continue reading

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Why I am SO DONE with Alex Jones – Egypt, Libya, Israel, and Charlie Sheen

More so than anyone else, Alex Jones appears to be seeking the truth behind government cover-ups, especially 9/11, which is very appealing to those of us who believe that the current and corrupt regime that has reigned in Washington for … Continue reading

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Re: Nine Dead Boys in Afghanistan – 3/3/2011

Re: Nine dead boys in Afghanistan – 3/3/2011 I think this is more OUR fault than the soldiers . . . we, the People, have done our service men and women a great disservice by allowing them to be used … Continue reading

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