Monthly Archives: April 2009

Dan Brown, Ron Howard, and the Catholic League

I see the Catholic League is after Dan Brown and Ron Howard again. I can appreciate an organization that publishes a booklet that calmly tells an interested person where Angels and Demons gets doctrine wrong; that’s a prime teaching moment. … Continue reading

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Huffduffer

A while back, I talked about how to subscribe to my Google Reader feed, which is full of news and blog items I found interesting. Now, with Huffduffer, I can do the same thing with radio and podcasts. You can … Continue reading

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Book Review: Four Freedoms by John Crowley

In January 1941, during a State of the Union Address, President Franklin D. Roosevelt offered four fundamental freedoms that everyone ought to be able to enjoy: freedom of speech, freedom of religion, freedom from want, and freedom from fear. In … Continue reading

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Jake Shimabukuro

I had an excellent weekend; spent it in Idaho Falls, ID with my sister and her family. Thanks sis, love all y’all! On Saturday night we went to a Jake Shimabukuro concert. The guy is simply incredible and a whole … Continue reading

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Rocket Science at The Fix

Over at The Fix, the latest Rocket Science column. This month: “The Dragon Masters” by Jack Vance, “No Truce with Kings” by Poul Anderson, and “Soldier, Ask Not” by Gordon R. Dickson.        

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