Monthly Archives: November 2006

Canamexamerica?

There are many stories that are relegated to the realm of conspiracy theory, and as such are completely ignored by the news and the public at large. One story that has received that badge of distinction is the possibility that … Continue reading

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Infinity and Beyond

One of the questions that has always boggled my mind is, in a spiritual context, why do we believe in what we choose to believe in? There are a great many faiths that people promote and consider themselves a part … Continue reading

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A Thought on Video Games

Anytime a group of people demand that something be banned in this country you will find numbers of folks who will back such a ban as well as their detractors. Looking back we can see instances when just about every … Continue reading

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No News is Good News

When you turn on your TV, you expect to see two things: the show that you’ve tuned into and the commercials that pay for that show to be on the air. In recent years it has become more complicated to … Continue reading

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That’s Why They Call it a Border

I‘ve watched and read a great many reports and debates about the issues surrounding immigration that have exploded their way into the general consciousness of the American public over the last year or so. There are three things that I … Continue reading

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The Devil You Know

I’ve been wondering why the nation seems to be so divided between the two political ideologies that we are presented with (namely the Democrat and Republican parties). It seems to me that neither side is able to come up with … Continue reading

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