Monthly Archives: December 2015

2015: The year I wish I didn’t know

December 27, 2015
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2015: The year I wish I didn’t know

The stockings are down, the tree will be soon, and landfills galore are receiving their annual allotment of wrapping paper, cardboard and cellophane. Mixed in with it all will be who knows how many stray parts that didn’t make it into the “some assembly required” portion of the gift giving extravaganza. And so too comes…

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From Christ’s birth to a cradle of death

December 20, 2015
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From Christ’s birth to a cradle of death

“The world was but a cradle, when the infant child was born, nothing but a manger, in which to keep him warm….”  The opening lines of an obscure poem written years ago about the birth of Christ and the significance that event carries for Christians around the globe. According to the Pew Research Center, their…

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Trump/Gump 2016?

December 13, 2015
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Trump/Gump 2016?

Beyond the marbled halls of Washington D.C., the television studios of New York, and the political correctness run amok on our college campuses and in our largest cities are “the people”. They number in the tens of millions and they are long past Howard Beale’s “I’m as mad as hell and I’m not going to…

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Remember them one, remember them all Pearl Harbor 2015

December 6, 2015
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Remember them one, remember them all  Pearl Harbor 2015

Tomorrow’s weather forecast for Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, December 7th, 2015, calls for mostly sunny skies, high of 83F, with easterly winds at a gentle 5 to 10 mph.   Sunrise at 6:57am, sunset at 5:50pm.  An almost identical forecast to the one far less sophisticated meteorologists distributed 74 years ago. But what the forecasters of December…

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