Monthly Archives: February 2006

Financial Discretion as Book Banning

Wilsona book banning in the Dark AgesThis story appeared in the Antelope Valley Press on Monday, February 27, 2006: TODAY’S EDITORIAL – Even Dorothy found that the Wizard was not a wizard at all, but a phony, hiding behind a bells and whistles facade – a work of pure fiction. Harry Potter isn’t a true-life […]

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Imminent Eminent Domain

This is a promising development, as reported by Captain Ed: Fox reports that a North Carolina retail and commercial bank has taken an unprecedented stand on behalf of private property rights, potentially opening a new front against eminent domain after the Kelo decision. BB&T has announced that it will refuse to underwrite any development involving […]

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Homemade Pizza

The Equuschick and The Head Girl know how to bake homemade bread several variations with yeast dough. When Pip and Jenny were the age where I planned to teach them how to bake bread we were living at an altitude of some 6,000 feet above sea level. I had to relearn everything I knew about […]

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Another Shot Fired In The Mommy Wars

Anne is encouraged by an insult; Albert Mohler thinks somebody has a stunning disregard for women like me; Three in the Nest knows from whence comes real fulfillment, and the Bookworm over in The Bookworm Room thinks somebody has a staggeringy limited point of view. I think somebody has a collossally misplaced sense of her […]

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Could you pass Eighth Grade Math? Thanks to Anne at Palm Pundit.

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