Monthly Archives: July 2006

MARK SHEA, SOOPER GENIUS

Mark Shea is one of the few people I know who can reach down the throat of a typical hollywood tabloid scandal and come out with a profound truth about human nature and basic theology. Enjoy a snippet, and do … Continue reading

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AP or ONION?

Back from the dead, it’s the latest edition of America’a favorite gameshow (among gameshows hosted on little-read blogs): AP or ONION? That’s right, it’s AP or ONION?, where you the reader decide whether the headline is ripped from a legitimate … Continue reading

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FILE UNDER: “DUH”

Is there anyone who didn’t already know this? Buckley: Bush Not A True Conservative Gotta hand it to CBS for coming up with these kinds of exclusives.

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QUOTE OF THE DAY

Terry Hull writes these wise and beautiful words, eulogizing his paternal Grandmother, who died Tuesday at the ageĀ  of 105: Like all of us, she mellowed with age. She was cheerful. She had a way of enjoying life despite the … Continue reading

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What I Do During The Summer

Contrary to popular belief among my friends and family, I categorically do not “sit around and do nothing all summer”. Here’s a brief list of my summer activities: Looking for jobs. I have a lead on a part time tutoring … Continue reading

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KEEP AN EYE ON YOUR CONGRESSCROOK

There’s an old saying that “everybody hates lawyers – except for their lawyer”. It’s the same with Congressmen. We complain in general about the low quality of our politicians, but give our hometown representatives a break, more often than not. … Continue reading

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TAKING THE CONSTITUTION SERIOUSLY

Unfortunately, this post is about Japan, not the United States, which doesn’t take its constitution seriously at all, in recent history. They Japanese were all ready to take out North Korea’s missile sites, which no one can deny are threat … Continue reading

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