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The Wheels on Chris Christie's Campaign Bus Are Coming Off Before It Even Rolls

UPDATE 2 (Feb. 3, 4:40 pm): This story has been updated to include the presence of Jonathan Burkan at the Jeb Bush dinner.

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Scouting at First Baptist Church

By Mike Gill. Photos by Todd Martin and Mark Larson.

Can a boy described by some as a “lost cause” become an Eagle Scout? He can and did, says Cub Scout Pack leader Mark Larson. 537 more words

FBC Family

Tanka #11 / Novel Writing/ Early Music Concerts

Lost in her tale,
the writer became a fox
leaping boundaries.
See that bushy red tail
vanishing into the blue.


This tanka is a surreal explanation of why I’m being less attentive to my fellow bloggers than usual. 363 more words


Working It: The Internship Has Sailed

All work has value, but I’ve noticed over the last two weeks a lot of chatter about it.

1.  Discussion about raising the national minimum wage to $9.00/hour, which we can argue will both help some people and hurt some people.  820 more words

news@ONE Winter 2012 edition

The Winter/Christmas edition of news@ONE has now been published.  If you’re not on the circulation list and you’d like an e-version please contact Brett Carver.


"Scratched" by Jan Welch online

Get yourself a history lesson in Texas blading.


The Madrigal Composer John Farmer: Part Three of No. 37 of 100 Reasons Why the Earl of Oxford = "Shakespeare"

To shallow rivers, to whose falls/ Melodious birds sing madrigals!

– Song in The Merry Wives of Windsor (3.1) by Shakespeare

The celebrated madrigalist John Farmer… 676 more words