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Ten Years Gone

It's been ten years since they murdered 3,000 of us. Ten years since I watched the television, horrified and nauseated but unable to turn away, as the towers collapsed. Ten years since my beloved America lost its mind. Ten years … Continue reading

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Why It’s Important to Mock Harold Camping

Looks like everyone’s favorite Prophet of Doom, Harold Camping, has revised his prediction and given us a new date for the end of the world:  October 21st.  The evangelist has just sent the Apocalypse Game into wholly unwelcome extra innings–bad … Continue reading

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Keffy Kehrli is a friend of mine . . .

. . . and he’s just put up an eloquent, powerful, and important post in response to some viler-than-usual writing in the Washington Times.  Go read it.

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