Monthly Archives: February 2006

What I’m Reading | v.2

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CNN: China warns cardinal-elect

Cardinal Zen kindly smiles, and continues his support of the underground Catholic Church. This has to be one of the most important functions of the Catholic Church today, and why I am at times disappointed with fellow Catholics who hold … Continue reading

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Utopia

From Saint Thomas More’s Utopia, as quoted from the character Raphael Hythloday: It seems to me a very unjust thing to take away a man’s life for a little money; for nothing in the world can be of equal value … Continue reading

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Virginia Centrist: Why levy fee increases?

Virginia Centrist asks why the Virginia legislature (Republicans in particular) seem fit to raise every fee in the Commonwealth rather than raise taxes: What’s the difference between tax increases and fee increases? Not much, except for the fact that fee … Continue reading

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CWN: Pope Benedict calls cardinals to Rome

I wonder what’s up? When he announced the March 24 consistory, at his regular weekly public audience on February 22, the Holy Father mentioned that he would convene the cardinals for a day of ‘reflection and prayer’ on the preceding … Continue reading

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Google Earth at Night

Now this is wild!

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FLS: Spotsylvania School Board stands by Hill

Disgusting, and in a closed meeting too. What ever happened to government in the sunshine? Where’s Archer DiPeppie when we need him?! Ethics demand that Hill step aside during the course of the investigation. If exonerated, he should be reinstated … Continue reading

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Candidate certification bill fails

Not a terribly big deal, but Orrock’s bill concerning the candidate registration process was pulled by the Senate. Interesting to say the least, though once again I would like to think that honorable people wouldn’t let this be a problem. … Continue reading

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OMT: The Fizzle in the Drizzle

Norm makes the comment that this makes the anti-tax movement look like astro-turf rather than grassroots, but “grasstops” might be the better phrase. I’m working right now. How the heck am I going to come down to Richmond for the … Continue reading

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The Cat Piano

You know it’s a slow news day when all I have is this.

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