Monthly Archives: April 2004

Netscape Registration?! I just had to register Netscape 7.1. Odd.

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Beltway Bezerkers? I know that many people on staff at the Free Lance-Star get the chance to write the editorials that appear daily, but today’s was a bit over the top. In a new report, which ranks state and local … Continue reading

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Society Won’t Let Us Skin Our Knees This analogy is of course imperfect, as I certainly do not advocate that the only measure of success is perfection. (I still take a few ungraceful spills myself.) The problem is that our … Continue reading

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The kind of leadership we need from Catholic Bishops in America. . . found in Poland The debate over the EU Constitution notwithstanding, Catholic Polish bishops are weighing in on the European Parliamentary elections in June, asking voters to endorse … Continue reading

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Ezekiel 25:17 One of the greatest lines in movie history: “The path of the righteous man is beset on all sides with the iniquities of the selfish and the tyranny of evil men. “ “Blessed is he who in the … Continue reading

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Virginia General Assembly Convenes, Recesses, Caucuses, Reconvenes, Recesses. . . I love the Richmond Times-Dispatch. The Virginia House of Delegates convened, recessed and reconvened, and caucused some more as it wrestled today with a bill whose passage could signal the … Continue reading

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The Impending Housing Bubble? I keep hearing about this, and I really don’t know what to make of it. Yes, I know that housing prices have gone through the roof in recent years (and especially here in the Fredericksburg area), … Continue reading

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Turin Shroud Back Side Shows Face Now this is interesting indeed. The Shroud of Turin, believed to be the burial cloth of Jesus, has revealed itself to have a copy of a face on it’s back side. Why is this … Continue reading

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From the Mind of Jonathan Street Don’t know what is more concerning. . . that he thought of the sig line himself, or that he gave one of these duckies to my 13 month old son.

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Spotsylvania trying to avoid hike Ah yes, the voice of sanity. “We have to live within our means,” Supervisor Hap Connors said recently. The plan now under consideration avoids a tax increase through a combination of $2.9 million in unexpected … Continue reading

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