I´m sitting in a small, cute cybercafe in the town of Guerro Negro, Baja. My friend and I just spent a wonderful day on the ocean, watching grey whales – very close. There will be pictures up on Flickr once I get back – we got some nice whale shots, and shots of some very […]

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One of the things I'd hoped when I moved to California, is that I'd get to go to Mexico at least a couple of times. So, the first time is coming up now. I'm driving down to Southern California to stop in with some friends in the mountains, then picking another friend up at the […]

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As I've said before, I've nicknamed PSR "Progressive Christian Central." They are launching a new website in a couple of weeks, called Progressive Christian Witness. In their words it is Blog Category:  Politics Religion Seminary

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For reasons that escape me right at the moment, a while ago, I signed up a anonymous yahoo account to a Family Research Council mailing list. I hardly ever read my mail from this account, but happened to this morning, and was greeted by an email with this quote: Blog Category:  Politics Religion

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The Senate confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito start on Monday. The American Bar Association has given him its highest rating for his qualifications to sit on the Supreme Court – which really is unquestionable. People For the American Way have a great report on Alito – very in depth. Blog Category:  Current […]

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Here's a quiz I couldn't resist taking, and posting, especially given the result! Thanks to Gina: Blog Category:  Personal Religion

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You may, or may not, be aware of the censorship that Mainland China uses to restrict the access of its citizens to internet content – primarily content that is politically questionable (like issues relating to Tibet, Falung Gong, Taiwan, etc). Blog Category:  Current Affairs

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I've been percolating a post on this whole internal US spying story for a while now, and I think it's time to just get it out of my head, and onto this blog. Blog Category:  Current Affairs Politics

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I remember always kind of bristling at that language – when you have rights, you have responsibilities. I think I thought it was too constraining, or something. I've come to realize that we should talk a lot more about the responsibilities that come with the rights we have. Blog Category:  Current Affairs

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