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Just what would a no-growth economy be?

Nov 17, 2017 No Comments ›› Dan Bodine

By Dan Bodine   Before politics gets really crazy next year — e.g., now with Republicans and a dunce-hat “greatness” president appearing to be in a free-fall between sex allegations and elections signaling another end to political Imperialism — maybe it’s time for us little people to bring the above question back onto the commons again. What …

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Armageddon’s another word for Mr. Jones’ occlusions

Feb 6, 2014 No Comments ›› Dan Bodine

  By Dan Bodine   Hee, hee! The devil’s making me do it! I gotta throw a yarn from my Navy days in! “The South is going to rise again” and “Armageddon’s going to fry you and your sinful ways” are both final jokers-are-wild cards, in the hands of old, self-righteous, do–good poker players who’ve …

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“Secular Christians” make spiritual jailbreak in Oklahoma

Jan 7, 2014 No Comments ›› Dan Bodine

By Dan Bodine     “Atheists rescue Christmas for family,” an Oklahoma couple’s encounter at a fundamental Baptist church’s toy giveaway Christmas Day, starts out with the ring of a social minimalist news story. But it rings true with an ageless theme of people coming together eventually to bring about a ray of good news, …

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