Good Bye Dalai

Posted by Michael Dolan on May 12, 2013 in Uncategorized |

The Dalai Lama breezed through our town recently, making speeches that awed the citizenry as usual.  For none seem to question his insight and authority. His holiness, the teacher, the guru, is both spiritual leader and head of state for his exile Tibetan government.  Elsewhere derided as a dangerous combination, this blend of church and […]

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And the Little Ones Too

Posted by Michael Dolan on June 16, 2012 in Uncategorized |

         American Roman Catholic bishops have sashayed past the money lenders in the temple to focus on the country’s real problem: the Girl Scouts. Associated Press reports the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops sent the scouts a letter to open an “official inquiry” about unspecified issues.  The bishops said “important questions still remain and need to be […]

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Be Bodacious, not Loquacious

Posted by Michael Dolan on June 14, 2012 in Uncategorized |

         In the search for language and power, all roads lead to Rome.  After a rough couple decades, the masters of mind control are back.  It’s no coincidence the Catholic Church first re-engineered the language of the mass before cracking down on mouthy American nuns.  The overlords waited a decent interval so memory would not […]

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