Category Archives: Politics

Anything to do with politics

And So It Is Written…


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Just Thinking About Tomorrow


Just thinking about tomorrow, when civilization encourages differences, doesn’t try to ignore them. Continue reading

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Two Dyers, Hundreds of Dead Babies, and Money


Two Dyers, over 100 yrs apart – both making money off of dead babies. Coincidence? You be the judge. Amelia Dyer – a notorious baby farmer , hung for her crimes in 1896 for murdering infants in her care in London England; although … Continue reading

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She Chooses Life


Life is precious. Despite everything this beautiful baby girl has gone through in her short life…open heart surgery and a severe MRSA-Staph infection to name just a few… she is reaching out for love and life.  She is ready to … Continue reading

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We the People Can Do Better


Everyone has a breaking point – just ask the ever-loyal Cleveland Browns fans – who, by the way, I feel could use a tad bit more positive feedback  for their coming 2014-2015 season.  But in regards to the community of … Continue reading

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Baby Estie


Many people have been kind enough to pray for the Baby Estie in St. Paul, MN based on the email I received from the prayer group, and published on Holding Hands.  As a Catholic writer and mother I know all … Continue reading

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Remember the Holocaust…


Today and tomorrow, until sundown, we are asked to remember the Holocaust. Do we remember the souls lost forever? Do we recall the inhumane torture and suffering of all captured, imprisoned, separated from loved ones? Do we remember the propaganda … Continue reading

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Interesting commentary, by Andrea Levy


I came across a particular article by a local writer, with an accompanying illustration that spoke volumes about the current atmosphere in Washington DC these days. Regardless of political persuasion, we all can find common ground with opponents…the question is, … Continue reading

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Everything is Local


Picking up our paper today, I remembered Tip O’Neil’s favorite saying about politics: “in politics, everything is local”. This is also true of almost everything. One town thirty miles away is in the midst of a teacher’s strike – but … Continue reading

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Tuesday’s Temptations


Everyone has some character flaw they need to work on, and since Lent is the perfect time for attempting correction, on every TUES. of Lent remember this acronym:   “Try To Understand Everyone’s Side. Left/Right, Conservative/Liberal, Wife/Husband, Parent/Child, Parent/teen, Man/Woman … take the time to truly … Continue reading

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