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Lighting a candle in toxic air.
2010-08-13
Ground Zero Mosque?

The building was for sale: if it truly is “hallowed ground,” it’s strange that nobody else cared enough to buy it.

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2010-07-16
Proud to Be an American

"The United States is no more a Christian nation because most of its citizens are Christians than it is a 'white' nation because most of its citizens are white. We are Americans not because we practice revealed religion and believe in Bible-based government, but because we practice democracy and believe in republican government."

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2010-07-09
Have a Blessed Day

As capricious as God seems to be, a “blessed day” could be a godawful day!

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Ronald Bruce Meyer

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October 31: John Keats

John Keats (1795) It was on this date, October 31, 1795, that British poet John Keats was born in London. His family was close, and when his father died in an 1804 riding accident, and his mother died of tuberculosis six years later, the 15-year-old Keats, two brothers and a sister, turned to each other. […]



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