Monthly Archives: December 2008

The Miracle of Magnesium

For the first time I am going to wander off into the area of health and well being. It seems that I often have to re-learn a lesson that I would have thought I could never forget yet that is … Continue reading

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Fitzgerald Asks for More Time on Blagojevich Indictment

Gov. Blagojevich’s troubles are not over and it will be interesting to find out what more Fitzgerald has on him.  I think Burris is going to deeply regret accepting the appointment from Blagojevich….he must have wanted the Senate seat desperately. … Continue reading

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Sammy’s Good Life in Norway, Part 3 by Guest Author Grace

Once again I would like to extend my thanks to Grace for her outstanding research and for sharing her findings with us. Before I begin, I would like to thank Sage once again for allowing me to contribute on her … Continue reading

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Defiant Illinois Gov. names Roland Burris to Obama’s Senate seat

Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich dealt the race card today naming Roland Burris to Barack Obama’s Senate seat. The Illinois Secretary of State, Jesse White, must certify the appointment and he has declared that he will not do so. Blagojevich’s defiant … Continue reading

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Kucinich criticizes Israel; wants U.N. probe

How far back can we go to establish blame? Do we go back to 1947 and blame the U.N. for partitioning the land into Arab and Jewish states…or do we go back to 1917 and blame the League of Nations … Continue reading

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Bush Legacy in Gaza

Does anyone still believe that somehow, someway the United States can affect peace in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict? All my life I have heard of presidents making promises of peace in the Mideast and we have yet to see the fulfillment … Continue reading

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Sammy’s Good Life in Norway, Part 2 by Guest Author Grace

The following is by Guest Author Grace.  Many thanks to Grace for her tireless and amazing research. I found the first part of this article was much easier to put together due to limited information on Sammy’s earlier life. I … Continue reading

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Taleban ‘will kill school girls’

I do not believe women will obtain the equality they seek until we raise a generation of women who understand that their worth is not in their sex appeal and ability to titillate the opposite sex; and a generation of men who understand they are not superior due to their gender. Continue reading

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Resistance to Kennedy Grows Among Democrats

Resistance is emerging among Democratic officials against Caroline Kennedy as she pursues Hillary Rodham Clinton’s seat in the United States Senate. Continue reading

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Twas the Night Before Christmas

‘Twas the Night Before Christmas (or A Visit from St. Nicholas) by Clement Clarke Moore ‘Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse. The stockings were hung by the … Continue reading

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