Category Archives: Short Story

A SMALL VICTORY!

Because I try to do my part, November 4, 2014 was a busy day.  I was at the polls working as a volunteer for the Republican Party.  As the result of that experience, I would like to tell you about two ladies. … Continue reading

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DO YOU THINK MIGHT MAKE RIGHT? — PART 2

In DO YOU THINK MIGHT MAKE RIGHT? — PART 1, I explained the reason for this little series of posts. My objective is to give a personal witness and explain why I choose to talk about the application of Christian theology … Continue reading

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DID CITIZENTOM SCOOP THE ONION OR THE NEW YORK TIMES?

Congressional sources tell us that after testimony of several witnesses, whistleblowers, from the Army’s Information Warfare Center (AIWC), members of the House Judiciary Committee exchanged blows. Early reports suggest that Congressman Mel Watts knocked out Congressman Bob Goodlatte, the chairman … Continue reading

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THE FAIRYTALE: A MESSAGE FROM GAIA

The Fairytale Was it a vision or a dream? Why am I compelled to write? I don’t know. Gaia’s words stream to paper. She spoke of a compromise, the end of conflict — ancient to us — still new to … Continue reading

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THE NEW PRINCIPAL: A SHORT STORY FOR ERIC, THE 1/2 TROLL

Eric, the 1/2 troll left a couple of comments that suggest he sincerely aspires to ”PEACE” (here and here). Peace is a good thing, but we cannot make peace by sacrificing other values such as justice. In addition, we cannot make peace by trusting … Continue reading

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