Monthly Archives: September 2018

Have We Entered the Twilight Zone?

Opening the Conspiracy Doors Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s tirade on Thursday afternoon brought some conspiracy theories into the public domain via our television screens. Anyone who follows these theories finds most of them to be a bit ho-hum, but for others … Continue reading

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How to Change History in Five Minutes

Two women confronted Senator Jeff Flake on his way to the Senate Judiciary Committee yesterday. They made a few provocative, and unproven, statements about Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s alleged behaviour in his teens. But the power of their personal stories, spoken … Continue reading

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It’s Just a Little Lie

Pinocchio’s Nose The story of the wooden toy that turned into a human boy is an excellent metaphor for Brett Kavanaugh’s life. But the only thing that’s different is that his nose doesn’t grow when he tells a lie. Instead, … Continue reading

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USA: Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde?

…or Dr. Ford and Mr. Kavanaugh? I often wonder if the timing of events is accidental, or divinely inspired. Venus is almost exactly on the Ascendant. That conjunction is opposed by the Moon/Uranus conjunction. This is the most emotive combination … Continue reading

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Not the Reaction Trump Expected

Embarrassment Yesterday, Donald Trump delivered a speech to the United Nations General Assembly. In other words, to world leaders from everywhere else. As is his wont, he boasted about how good his administration is, compared to every other American government … Continue reading

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When is Sex not Sex?

When there is no intercourse! The Brett Kavanaugh media blitz yesterday (on Fox) to ‘clear his name’ brought to light an interesting echo: he claimed, while choking back tears, that he was a virgin all through high school. At the … Continue reading

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The Actor: Myth and the Hero

  A Thousand Faces For those with a skeptical nature, reincarnation is a hoax of monumental proportions. How, they ask, can a man be born again? Jesus’ answer to Nicodemus, that one needs to be born of the spirit, gives … Continue reading

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The Battle of the Sexes

Men versus Women For as long as there have been two sexes, men have assumed their superiority. I’m not sure why they would think that, but I guess it is based on “might means right”. It seems a long time … Continue reading

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Kavanaugh/Ford: He Said, She Said

Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus This clever book attempts to highlight, using an Astrological metaphor, that men and women are coming from two totally different places when it comes to relationship issues. Nowhere is this more obvious … Continue reading

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Lightfoot: A Winter’s Night

the snow is softly falling It is easy to forget how beautiful a song is until you unexpectedly hear it again in the middle of September. Susan and I tried out for a choir last Tuesday. The choir sings exclusively … Continue reading

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