Monthly Archives: February 2011

Fighting For Each Other, Not Against

February 26, 2011 Well, it looks like the average Joe is finally fighting back, not only in North Africa and the  Middle East, but right here in America.  Good for us; it’s about time.  I am on the side of … Continue reading

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It’s Almost Time

February 19,2011 Waaahooo, as we Ozarkers like to say.  Gardening time is near.  In the coming week, I’ll start my transplants, draw up a little plot map for this year’s garden, pore over my charts for local planting times and … Continue reading

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The Peoples’ Time

February 12, 2011 Yesterday, Hosni Mubarak stepped down as President of Egypt, leaving the military in charge of the government – hopefully, a first step toward a true democracy.  Ordinary people around the world rejoiced with the young people of … Continue reading

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On Stability and Orderly Transitions

February 5, 2011 And slowly answer’d Arthur from the barge: “The old order changeth, yielding place to new, And God fulfils himself in many ways, Lest one good custom should corrupt the world.  – From Idylls of the King, The … Continue reading

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