Monthly Archives: October 2008

Justice??

This is an interesting pair of articles… Palin effigy removed from US home after protestsThu Oct 30, 2008 3:34pm EDT LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – A man who prompted protests by hanging an effigy of U.S. Republican vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin … Continue reading

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  Joe Biden called me this afternoon to remind me to watch the Obama special tonight.  Wasn’t that thoughtful?   I hung up on him.   

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Education vs. Work

The old general rule was that educated people did not perform manual labor. They managed to eat their bread, leaving the toil of producing it to the uneducated. This was not an insupportable evil to the working bees, so long … Continue reading

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Quote of the Day

* You cannot help the poor by destroying the rich.* You cannot strengthen the weak by weakening the strong.* You cannot bring about prosperity by discouraging thrift.* You cannot lift the wage earner up by pulling the wage payer down.* … Continue reading

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Let My People GO!

Well, I’m still getting bombarded by election stuff, so it’s still on my mind.  The thing that I’m starting to realize is that this election is less and less about issues, and more and more about race, which should be … Continue reading

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An Old Testament Perspective on the Election

This is an e-mail we receive regularly that looks at world events from the viewpoint of Israel.  The woman who writes it is Jewish, so some of her terminology may be unfamiliar to you.  She refers to God as Hashem, … Continue reading

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Quote

The light of a candle will not diminish no matter how many may come to light their torches by it.~Ambroise Paré, the founder of modern surgery.   And a quick recommend:  If you want to read a very good post … Continue reading

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