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December 11, 2004

Older News That's Must-Read News

Topics: Catch-up News Items of the day

These are 'yesterday' items that are still today items.

Yesterday was a little hectic for me and although I thought I had read most of what was out on the sphere, here is a couple I missed, but you shouldn't:

Diggers Realm posted on an atheist's change of heart. After half a century the leading atheism proponent in the world now concludes that there is/was a God. Antony Flew, 81, concludes that DNA evidence show that life was somehow engineered by a higher being. Read More.

California Yankee posted on Al Sharpton and Kerry, two of my least favorit people. But it's a good read on Sharpton receiving money from the kerry campaign. Read More..

The Jawa Report posted on the Sunnis in Iraq being back-in on the elections. Seems like they must be realizing that the train is leaving the station and they don't want to be left behind. Read More.

Spoons had some choice comments on an issue that still irks me, the Bush administration's genuflection for that squirrel Kofi. Read More...

And on Thursday, Preston at Consternations posted on Howard Dean's excellent advice for the Democratic Party as he's campaigning for DC Chair. He says go more left - I love it, the Dems will end up in the Dung heap of history, and I like that. Read More..

Posted by Hyscience at December 11, 2004 11:40 AM

I wonder if Flew's evolving view of religion could have anything to do with his age?

Posted by: EdWonk at December 11, 2004 12:14 PM

Now that two suspects have been charged with the killing of the Armanious family, isn't it time that you removed this information from your website? Please do so. It seems quite outdated.
Thanks
I enjoy your news, though.

I Porto
Chicago

Posted by: I. Portokalis at March 9, 2005 11:42 PM



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