Was Jessie Davis One Person or Two?

“Canton police patrolman Bobby Cutts Jr., 30, was facing two murder counts  in the deaths of Davis, 26, and her unborn child, said Rick Perez, chief deputy of the Stark County sheriff’s department.” I wonder what the ProAbort lobby thinks of this?  It seems that the law (and/or society) is sometimes pro-life and sometimes pro-choice. The deciding factor is intent. …

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New Indy Candidate For MA-05 Race

According to the Lowell Sun (6-23-07), Boxborough businessman Kurt Hayes will be running as an unenrolled candidate for the MA-05 race. Although he’s listed as a candidate on Wikipedia, the Sun reporter was unable to reach Hayes for an interview. Based on what was up on Hayes’ website, the Sun reports that Hayes “opposes a path to citizenship for the…

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Pastime Paradise

( – promoted by Patrick) Were the folks who voted for President Bush in 2000 merely trying to relive the 1980s? While those who supported Bush knew (or had to know) that he was not exactly Reagan Jr., an argument can be made that those who decided to back the president longed for the same sense of stability and decency…

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Journalists Lean Left

(And the Pope is Catholic, too! Nevertheless, it’s useful to analyze the bias of those supplying us with information from time to time. – promoted by Peter Porcupine) I’ve always known that the vast majority of mass media tilts decidedly to the left.  Sort of like university professors.  But people on the left will claim the opposite, esp. regarding Iraq…

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Joe Kennedy is a bigamist

First Massachusetts gave us gay marriage and now bigamy.  What next? Today’s Boston Herald story breaks the news that former Congressman Joe Kennedy’s marriage to first wife Sheila is still valid in the eyes of the Catholic Church.  The annulment filed back in 1993 has been overturned and the church recognizes them as a married couple.  As Kennedy has since…

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