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Remembering our fallen soldiers

Late on Friday (actually early Saturday morning), my husband and I met with his coworkers on Bourbon Street at “the oldest bar in America… 464 more words

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God's javelin thrower 

Still getting settled from a recent move to New Orleans, I took Jacquin, my golden retriever bff, to Annunciation Park for the second time this day. 417 more words


Daily Observation for March 6, 2015: Racism and Red Herrings

The President has stated the equivalent of “where there’s smoke, there is fire” in his observation that the type of racial discrimination found in Ferguson, Missouri, is not unique to that police department.   594 more words

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Daily Observation for February 12, 2015

Three students were shot to death on Tuesday evening in their condominium in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.  The victims – a newlywed couple and the bride’s younger sister – were shot in the head by a neighbor who is believed to have been enraged that one of the shooting victims had parked their… 331 more words

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Daily Observation for January 28, 2015: The State of Discourse in Contemporary America

It is often said that information is power.  I would add to this that the ability to manage and control the dissemination of information is the greater power.   401 more words

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L'état ce est Moi

Obama Vows to Play Offense against GOP led Congress

Some random thoughts on the coming days and weeks with a Republican majority in both houses… 265 more words

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Daily Observation for January 13, 2015

King Barack I

Not even the King of England at the time of the American Revolution had the authority to suspend laws unilaterally.” 296 more words

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