Monthly Archives: July 2003

Lessons From a Day in Court Now this was interesting. From Sunday’s Free Lance-Star, yet another doctor faces the problem of diversion: It is not for me to moralize and chastise you for your weakness and inability to control your … Continue reading

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Lazy Weekending Sorry for the light blogging, but this weekend has been both busy and rather enjoyable. Just finished eating some Cheerios with Jon and responding to commentary on natural law, so now it’s off to church and then to … Continue reading

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Define Morality? Ah yes, the age old battle of who gets to choose what is moral and what is not. This was a response to a post made on the FredTalk chatboards: Hitler thought it was moral to exterminate Jews, … Continue reading

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The Sounds of Silence Nothing newsworthy to mention (other than the Spotsy GOP ruckus last night – more on that later). Of course, when I say this then the afternoon will be a blast. Otherwise, I intend to spend the … Continue reading

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Daniel Ortega Asks Church For Forgiveness Wow! Daniel Ortega – the man in charge of the Sandinista movement in Nicaragua during the 1980’s – has asked the Catholic Church for forgiveness for the “errors” committed by his government: The Holy … Continue reading

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Rumsfeld Says U.S. to Release Photos of Saddam Sons The Defense Department says that they will release “graphic photographs” of Uday and Qusay Hussein on Wednesday in the hopes of convincing Iraqis that they are indeed dead. Looking forward to … Continue reading

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Sister Calls Cops on Pizza-Stealing Brother This is great! Not that I support the fact that she called the police on her brother for stealing food (put locks on your door if you’re that interested), but the brother’s response to … Continue reading

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Doing Our Part to Celebrate National Picnic Month! Jonathan Kenney, 2, of Fredericksburg munches on a sandwich during a picnic dinner at Maury Stadium. You know it’s a good press day when Jonathan makes the Free Lance-Star! Yep, we were … Continue reading

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Uday and Qusay Hussein Killed in Mosul CENTCOM is reporting that Uday and Qusay Hussein are dead, dead, dead: Uday Hussein whipped and clubbed Alaa Hamed. But the TV producer was still sorry to hear Saddam Hussein’s vicious elder son … Continue reading

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Mel Gibson’s Washington Power Play The Washington Post reported on this and despite the innuendo of the title, the article was relatively good concerning Mel Gibson’s movie The Passion: Yesterday’s secret screening at the Motion Picture Association of America included … Continue reading

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