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Proverbs 31: 8-9 : "Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves…"

October 30, 2004
by Stephen Pearl
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Conspiracy Theory

Shhh… Now if you quote me in a campaign ad I’ll deny I ever said this.  (As he writes, Mr. NoMoreGreed glances furtively in all directions.)  You didn’t hear it from me… I think I figured out why we invaded … Continue reading

October 30, 2004
by Stephen Pearl
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Family Matters

Once in a while someone comes along who makes you smile.  They make you feel good about life.  They walk in the room and you just want to give them a big hug. I regret to say I’m probably not … Continue reading

October 26, 2004
by Stephen Pearl
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Attend The Electoral College! No SATs Required!

I’m so fortunate!  I live in a state (more specifically, “commonwealth”) so vitally important to this country that both George Bush and John Kerry must win Pennsylvania if they are to win the election!  I have had the chance, not … Continue reading

October 26, 2004
by Stephen Pearl
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Hold Your Tongue!

If you’ve read any of my comments on this site, you have probably noticed that I really don’t hold much affection for mega-churches.  Places like Willow Creek and Saddleback just don’t give me the “bow-to-Mecca” urges shared by some of … Continue reading

October 24, 2004
by Stephen Pearl
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Mr. NoMoreGreed Answers Your Questions

Mr. NoMoreGreed Answers Your Questions Q: Mr. NoMoreGreed, you talk a good game, but I’ll bet you live in the suburbs and drive an SUV.  What are you going to do about it?  How can you tell me to get … Continue reading

October 23, 2004
by Stephen Pearl
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OP-ED: Don’t Ask, Don’t Sell? The Politicization of Mary Cheney

By – Ronn Huff The controversy began with a simple question from CBS’s Bob Schieffer: “Do you think homosexuality is a choice?” President Bush answered first: “I don’t know. I do know that we a have a choice to make … Continue reading

October 23, 2004
by Stephen Pearl
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The American Mind is Closing: An Allan Bloom Retrospective

I was too young, far too young really, to fully appreciate the import of the book, “The Closing of the American Mind” when I first read it in 1987. I had just finished my Bachelor’s degree, in Sociology, after 3 … Continue reading

October 23, 2004
by Stephen Pearl
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My First Election! My First Loss.

“They” say that politics is just like mud wrestling; someone’s gonna get dirty. “They” were right. I haven’t really run for any elected office in my life. When I was one of the two founding students “elected” to the School … Continue reading

October 22, 2004
by Stephen Pearl
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Statistics Don’t Lie – Malpractice

In case you missed our piece on “Malpractice Powerball,” we thought you might want to read this statement from the 2001 Justice Department report on Malpractice suits and awards. “Punitive damages remained rare in medical malpractice jury trials.  From 1992 … Continue reading

October 19, 2004
by Stephen Pearl
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Malpractice PowerBall

The other day our office was positively ga-ga over the $215 million Powerball jackpot.  People all over the building were dumping their $5 into the kitty in the hopes of hitting it big.  I need to confess…  I bought a … Continue reading