Monthly Archives: November 2003

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Dignitatis Humanae – 40 Years Later The Document on Religious Liberty is often called the “American Document” of the Second Vatican Council, and was a major step that many who associate religious liberty with the French rather than the American … Continue reading

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Which Sci-Fi Character Am I Most Like? YODA! Or should I say, “Which Sci-Fi Character Am Most Like Is I, Hmm?”

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What To Get For Christmas? Pool together and get me one of these I came to the shoot with a kit bag full of the parts that might break—springs, pins, extractors, ejectors, etc. I never opened the bag. This fine … Continue reading

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Which Bill Howell Is It? Not The FLS Version. . . Now I’ll have to admit, when I read the Free Lance-Star article on tax reform the other day, I was pretty steamed. “There is no way that Bill Howell … Continue reading

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FredBugle.com To provide a link for this article, click here. It’s a classic line of political slander when you start a comment with the words, “with all due respect.” It’s classy gift wrap for what tends to be a negative … Continue reading

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Batman – Dead End Supposedly one of the best Batman short flicks ever made, I am currently wasting an hour of my life downloading this short for my brother Art. It damn well better be good too. . . UPDATE: … Continue reading

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Targeted Tax Increases. . . From REPUBLICANS?! Del. Vincent Callahan (R-McLean), chair of the House Appropriations Committee, has signalled that he would not be opposed to an increase in taxes on cigarettes or gasoline. Speaker Howell seems inclined to agree: … Continue reading

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RFC Chairman Bill Murray to Appear on the Paula Zahn Show Bill Murray is a Fredericksburg resident whose Religious Freedom Coalition has its offices in Downtown Fredericksburg. He will appear on the Paula Zahn Show on CNN today at 8:00pm … Continue reading

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The Democrat’s Dillemma. . . Although this article comes from the Christian Science Monitor, it is a pretty even handed analysis of the consequences of a Dean nomination for president. . . and it’s effects: In the wider Democratic universe, … Continue reading

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