Monthly Archives: April 2015

April 26, 2015 NaMoJo entry- On Religion

It was during a fourth grade catechism class that my religious scepticism was born. The particular question that was the sperm, dealt with how we would be in heaven. The answer on the page was basically that we would sing … Continue reading

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4/22/2015- NAMOJO- No Glory, Here.

I have not covered myself with glory in this National Monthly Journal challenge.  There are reasons, but they read more like excuses, so I will try not to cite them, here.  Instead, I will admit my failure and move on. … Continue reading

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April 13, 2015 NaJo challenge

“During a presidential candidate forum hosted by an Iowa homeschool group yesterday, Ted Cruz lashed out at the gay community for waging a “jihad” against so-called religious freedom laws in states such as Arkansas and Indiana.” Right-Wing Watch. It is enormously … Continue reading

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April 10, 2015- NoJo challenge

I’ve missed a couple of days, here.  I may add two days to this project so that I end with thirty days.  We’ll see. Lately, I’ve been having dreams of being lost, sometimes in places which I think are familiar. … Continue reading

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April 7, 2015- NaJo posting.

National news– Rand Paul is running for president.  He is a better candidate than Ted Cruz, but only minutely so. On the Democratic side, it seems almost sure that it will be Hilary Clinton, e-mail snafu or no.  I’m not … Continue reading

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April, 6, 2015 NaJo challenge

On Freedom of Expression. “See this is the agenda…one minute they argue that hey (sic) are born this way and it is not a choice to get 14th amendment rights equal protection…bologna…which was carved for permanent characteristics…unchangeable characteristics such as … Continue reading

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April 5th, 2015- NaJo Project.

Yesterday’s entry was meant to be private, but rushing to post it, I neglected to switch “publish on Facebook” to no, so it ended up on-line.  I was going to keep it private because I thought publishing it on the … Continue reading

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