Who I am, briefly
I'm a sixty-something married guy with four kids in a small central Minnesota town. One of the kids graduated from college in December, 2008, and is helping her husband run a business and raise my granddaughter; another is a cartoonist and artist; #3 daughter is a writer; my son is developing a digital game with #3 and #1 daughters.
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- civilization of love
- environmental issues
- extraterrestrial intelligence
- faith and works
- future generations
- getting a grip
- last things
- life issues
- mental health
- natural law
- social justice
- space exploration
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Tag Archives: authority
I’m not sure how the ‘defrocked Cardinal’ story will play out in America’s news. Assorted presidential campaigns will be building up steam, and there’s no shortage of other newsworthy angst. Maybe the McCarrick case will be a nine day wonder, … Continue reading →
America’s Attorney General apparently said Americans should do what the government tells us to. That’s ‘dog bites man’ news. It’s what government officials do. ‘Man bites dog’ news would be an official telling us to go out and break laws. … Continue reading →
Folks in the United Kingdom may be changing their rules for wood and coal fires. Or maybe not. It depends on whether their rules match Europe’s. Volkswagen paid researchers to mistreat monkeys and people. Or maybe not. We know the … Continue reading →
About 78 folks were on Amtrak Cascades passenger train 501 Monday morning. They’ll be late. At best. I’ll be looking at what happened, new and old technology. Also how I see change and progress. New issues, old problems Changing Tech, … Continue reading →