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In Those Days, Saying Less was More Prudent

Sir Thomas More (February 7, 1478 – July 6, 1535) I’m getting a bit ahead of myself, here. I’m about to start Peter Ackroyd’s book “Tudors” but I got prompted by a suggested YouTube video of More and Wolsey discussing … Continue reading

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Confession: Being Honest to God

No Need for a Priest? Sometimes you have to go back to basics to get things right. I was going to write about the Roman Catholic way of confessing your sins before God, but then I came across this quote … 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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