Monthly Archives: June 2006

The Alamo – C. Loving

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Leaving Paris – D. Hamilton

I always feel sad leaving Paris. Our most recent visit of a month was the longest continuous time I’ve ever spent there. My Francophilia did not diminish with more prolonged exposure. Sally has become infected, too. Our apartment was on … finish reading Leaving Paris – D. Hamilton

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Iraq Never Surrendered – Cervantes

When I read this on Today in Iraq, I knew I had to ask Cervantes to let me post it here. It is an argument that is seldom articulated, and one too easily forgotten in the mess that this illegal, … finish reading Iraq Never Surrendered – Cervantes

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Atlanta – C. Loving

I sometimes get led into these things. I meet people that are way too real. They all know me for what I am – a guy who will work his ass off to help them out. I am frightened that … finish reading Atlanta – C. Loving

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Oaxaca Under Siege – C. Loving

I’m writing about the situation in Oaxaca. As I write, the capital city is under siege. At approximately 5 a.m. this morning the state police attacked the teachers’ occupation of the city center. Though reports are sketchy, it seems that … finish reading Oaxaca Under Siege – C. Loving

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I’m the Decider – R. McCorley, Sadly, No!

I’m the Deciderby Roddy McCorley I’m the decider. I pick and I choose.I pick among whats and I choose among whos.And as I decide each particular day,The things I decide on all turn out that way. I decided on Freedom … finish reading I’m the Decider – R. McCorley, Sadly, No!

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More Tuesday Poetry

Remembrance That I could hold such a dear picture,Complete with scents of a woman long gone from memory.That slow movement onward, a foot in frontAnd then another, and another. My memories are all so base and unbeautiful,Pictures of logic and … finish reading More Tuesday Poetry

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Friends Peace Team in Colombia

One of our group is on a mission to Colombia. She has asked, “Please hold me and the other team member, Audrey Miller, in the light/in prayer, send positive energy, or whatever works for you, as we travel to Colombia … finish reading Friends Peace Team in Colombia

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Summer Solstice Seasonal Message – K. Braun

Summer Solstice/Litha “Sweet summer breeze, whispering trees, Stars shining softly above…” Litha, the Summer Solstice, fifth spoke on the Wheel of Life, reaches Austin on Wednesday, June 21, 2006. Lady Moon is in her fourth quarter in Taurus and Lord … finish reading Summer Solstice Seasonal Message – K. Braun

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A Review of French Politics, 2006 – D. Hamilton

French government is similar to that in the US in that it has three branches, executive, legislative and judicial. The executive, however, is divided between the president, who is elected to five-year terms, and a prime minister, who is appointed … finish reading A Review of French Politics, 2006 – D. Hamilton

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Iran and the Apocalypse – D. Hamilton

TREATY ON THE NON-PROLIFERATION OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS Signed at Washington, London, and Moscow July 1, 1968Ratification advised by U.S. Senate March 13, 1969Ratified by U.S. President November 24, 1969U.S. ratification deposited at Washington, London, and Moscow March 5, 1970Proclaimed by … finish reading Iran and the Apocalypse – D. Hamilton

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In the Countryside with Gilbert and Lora – D. Hamilton

We took a 24-hour excursion to the country home of Gilbert Shelton and his wife, Lora. It’s a little more than an hour southeast of Paris on a slow train from Gare de Lyon in an idyllic village so small … finish reading In the Countryside with Gilbert and Lora – D. Hamilton

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