Archive for April, 2003

Some interesting questions for Senator Santorum

My wife has written an open letter to Rick Santorum (R-PA), who has recently caused a furor over his comments in an AP interview. As she prefers her own blog to be more information-oriented, I include it here.

Read more on the Justice Log, 4/27/2003 04:22 PM.

Comments work…mostly

However, it seems to still say “no comments” even when there are comments. I’ve had enough for one day; maybe I’ll see what I can do about it tomorrow.
(by Morgan, 03 Apr 2003 05:30:36 PM)

Trying again…

So, I’m trying again to get Blog7 to work. Assuming it does, the next step will be to add comments, and to get Roland’s blog moved over.
(by Morgan, Thu, 03 Apr 2003 02:42:42 PM)

Supporting Our Troops

I didn’t want to go here. It is my opinion that an anti-war protestor shouldn’t have to provide one’s pro-military bonafides to have the “right” to protest the war. I was under the impression that our Constitution gave me that. Having said that, I am reluctantly doing so anyway for reasons I shall keep private.

My grandfather was an Army minesweeper during the second World War. My father was in the Air Force, serving in SAC during the Cuban Missile Crisis and going to Vietnam at the tail end of his term of service. Two of my uncles also served, one in the Marines and one in the Navy. Yes, that did get interesting on occasion. 🙂

Read more on the Justice Log, 4/02/2003 09:09 PM.

Who won our freedom, protestors or soldiers? –Yes.

(Note: This hasn’t been fact-checked yet; please feel free to contact us with any corrections.)

Before there was Bunker Hill, there was the Boston Tea Party. Before rebel soldiers came rebel pamphlets. Before armies marched on Yorktown, thinkers gathered in New York and Philadelphia.

I should thank the conservative attack mouths for repeating their cleverly disingenuous lines so regularly of late. In the past, they were in and gone before a proper response could truly be thought of. Now, though, they shout more routinely and loudly — which gives the rest of us time to uncover the truth.

Read more on the Justice Log, 4/02/2003 02:33 PM.

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