Monthly Archives: March 2003

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Father Buckner on EWTN! Yet I know it’s a bit late in coming, but on 26 March Father Buckner was on EWTN Live. For those of you who are not familiar with him, Fr. Buckner was the former rector of … Continue reading

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Geraldo Rivera gets kicked out by US military Matt Drudge is reporting that Geraldo is getting kicked out of Iraq for giving prospective military plans live on the air last night. If I watched the segment that the military is … Continue reading

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OPENING DAY! Ah yes. . . though the snow fell yesterday and the temperatures dropped, it means nothing at all. Because today my friends is opening day for Major League Baseball. Cleveland at Baltimore, 3:05pm.

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Iraqi civilians feed hungry US marines Nah, they aren’t happy to see us. As troops munched on their feast, one medic warned the food could have been deliberately contaminated. He was quickly disregarded as the hungry marines forged ahead to … Continue reading

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No matter how bad it is, we will not all die If you want to read a good story on what the Iraqi people are living from day to day, here is a story from Assyrian Christian Ken Joseph Jr. … Continue reading

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Loooooong day folks Sorry there isn’t much to post today. My trip down to Richmond to attend the State Central Committee was interesting to say the least. We approved the goals of the new State Strategic Plan without any details … Continue reading

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The cause of freedom is being well-served in Iraq Like most Fredericksburgers, I read the Letters to the Editor section as a matter of habit. Today, Lt. Colonel Bruce Gubser became my new hero: I am an American soldier. I … Continue reading

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Who’s the brains of this outfit anyhow? In one more piece that continues to show how right I was about Blair being the real mastermind behind the coalition of the willing, the New York Times has this article on the … Continue reading

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How the Pentagon’s promise of a quick war ran into the desert sand The UK Guardian reports on the internal struggles the Defense Department is having between 3rd Generational Warfare and the newer, more modern 4th Generational Warfare. For a … Continue reading

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