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Archive for December, 2003

Posted by Mark on December 7, 2003

Perusing the Blogosphere

We bought our Christmas Tree today. This of course precipitated a full blown asthma attack for this humble writer.

A nebulizer treatment and two cups of strong coffee later, and I’m breathing again.

Has given me a chance to see some blogs I haven’t read before.

A few of my favorites:

The Eternal Golden Braid

Nifty site on space, science fiction, and other stuff

Heinleinblog

As the name suggests, its all things heinlein. This blog groks.

Spacecraft

Another nifty space blog, but also quite political. Nice stuff.

Worth taking a look at. Like most blogs, it links to others.

The blogosphere begins to remind me of the Mandelbrot set. The deeper you go, the more there is to see.

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Posted by Mark on December 7, 2003

Saudi Financing of Terrorism

This is a very important story from US News and World Report. Not surprising, but very scary.

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Posted by Mark on December 7, 2003

Losing the fight on Gay Marriage.

This is an interesting editorial from National Review, and shows another example of how Conservatism and the Republican Party are not, and never have been, synonymous.

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Posted by Mark on December 7, 2003

Perusing the Blogosphere
We bought our Christmas Tree today. This of course precipitated a full blown asthma attack for this humble writer.
A nebulizer treatment and two cups of strong coffee later, and I’m breathing again.
Has given me a chance to see some blogs I haven’t read before.
A few of my favorites:
The Eternal Golden Braid
Nifty site on space, science fiction, and other stuff
Heinleinblog
As the name suggests, its all things heinlein. This blog groks.
Spacecraft
Another nifty space blog, but also quite political. Nice stuff.
Worth taking a look at. Like most blogs, it links to others.
The blogosphere begins to remind me of the Mandelbrot set. The deeper you go, the more there is to see.

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Posted by Mark on December 6, 2003

Saudi Financing of Terrorism
This is a very important story from US News and World Report. Not surprising, but very scary.

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Posted by Mark on December 6, 2003

Losing the fight on Gay Marriage.
This is an interesting editorial from National Review, and shows another example of how Conservatism and the Republican Party are not, and never have been, synonymous.

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Posted by Mark on December 5, 2003

The Seattle Times: Nation & World: A second coming: Televangelists rise from ashes of ’80s scandals

Always keep in mind the one name you never, ever hear mentioned amid the “Televangelists.”

Billy Graham continues to preach a simple message. Now well into his 80’s, his is a name devoid of scandal, yet this man has spoken to more human beings live than any man who ever lived.

A Second Coming of Televangelist? Perhaps.

But the greatest evangelist of our time has never left.

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Posted by Mark on December 5, 2003

Reagan’s days pass in silence

A sad passing of a great man.

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Posted by Mark on December 5, 2003

Politics of hate won’t beat Bush

A great article by Susan Estrich, the somewhat screechy talking head that ran Dukakis’ campaign.

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Posted by Mark on December 4, 2003

The Seattle Times: Nation & World: A second coming: Televangelists rise from ashes of ’80s scandals
Always keep in mind the one name you never, ever hear mentioned amid the “Televangelists.”
Billy Graham continues to preach a simple message. Now well into his 80’s, his is a name devoid of scandal, yet this man has spoken to more human beings live than any man who ever lived.
A Second Coming of Televangelist? Perhaps.
But the greatest evangelist of our time has never left.

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