Daily Archives: 23 August 2007

Duck and Sausage

If you are still tracking the lame (duck) days of the 43rd presidency, you’ll know that W speechified within fifteen miles of your humble blogger yesterday. Mike Hendricks gives you local flavor: After staying Tuesday night at the Intercontinental Hotel … Continue reading

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2050 Is Now

Or it will be next month, where the Arctic is concerned. From the blog Universe Today: Here’s the scary part. The United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change predicted that this level of ice coverage would be met in 2050. … Continue reading

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S/electing Bishops

If administrators, why not bishops? If the curia persists in recruiting so many candidates from outside the diocese, surely there’s not a problem finding good candidates. They’re not waiting for appointees to get ordained, though sometimes it seems to be … Continue reading

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