From the daily archives: Monday, August 28, 2006

Nothing Endures But Change

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Heraclitus said it, we live it. Hell, even Jack Johnson sang about it once:

Who?s to say what?s impossible?
Well they forgot this world keeps spinning.
And with each new day,
I can feel a change in everything.

And as the surface breaks, reflections fade.
But in some ways they remain the same.
And as my mind begins to spread it?s wings
There?s no stopping curiosity.

Alot going on for me starting on or about vacation time. Some changes coming, hopefully for the better. You might see some new voices here – I’m hoping […]

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We’re Blessing Schools Now?

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So we’re blessing schools now? Christ! This drives me nuts:

(Dispatch) About 180 members of four local churches surrounded a public middle school yesterday to bless the building and those who use it, despite objections from the American Civil Liberties Union about the constitutionally mandated separation of church and state.

What is it going to take to get people to understand the separation of church and state? I’m not an Establishment Clause expert, but it would appear that the school’s support of a “blessing” in such a public manner might just be construed as establishing that religion for the […]

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