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London (D2): Right Posh

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Things Must Be Slow Bookings must be way down if even I got a suite at the Hilton. Trust me, not complaining here. It’s a great hotel located about a ten-minute walk from the Wembley Park Tube station and adjacent to Wembley Stadium. And, Wembley is ten quick stops north(ish) of Bloomsbury, my hangout for […]

To OM or Not to OM

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Drums in the Distance I live a stone’s throw from the “Hinkley Hilton” in Washington, DC, where the Jodie Foster obsessed assassin nearly murdered Ronald Reagan in 1981. This morning I awoke to the sound of beating drums and chanting; nearly as loud as when the Lubavitcher Jews are celebrating in the street on the […]

Emmett, Ireland and Easter

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Make Way for the Elephant Robert Emmett, Irish patriot, was hanged, drawn and quartered in Dublin, Ireland, convicted of leading a failed rebellion for Irish freedom in 1803. He was 25 years old. Emmett was a protestant from a wealthy family, hardly the type to commit “high treason.” But he identified strongly with Catholics in […]

Top Ten Ways To Save The Cathedral

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Washington National Cathedral To Charge Admission It’s official: beginning in 2014 Washington, DC’s iconic National Cathedral will begin charging a $10 admission fee. To wit, the top ten ways to cover their budget gap. 10. Baptismal Font Admission Lottery- The Font will be refit as a lotto-style ping pong blower with balls marked $5 to $25. Pay […]

On the Frontline: The White House

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Almost Hidden DC: Winston’s Rude Awakening

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  Nelson Moves In Washington, DC’s MassachusettssAvenue is called “Embassy Row” for a reason: lining the street for several miles are a string of mostly stately buildings which now serve as the Washington home to foreign governments. These buildings are on their second lives, at least, having originally been built as stately mansions of the […]

Guiding: Your Money For Your Christ

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I chose death. Let’s be honest, that’s where the drama is.

The Apparition

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Here we are, on the cusp of Memorial Day, when we honor and remember those who died serving our country.

History and Race: March 18, 1942

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  The War Relocation Act Seventy-one years ago today Franklin Delano Roosevelt signed an executive order requiring 120,000 mostly Japanese-Americans to report for forced relocation. In the wake of the December 1941 Pearl Harbor attack, politicians, leaders and many others concluded that all Americans exhibiting the features of Japanese ancestry were potential spies, soldiers or […]

March 4, 1908: Catastrophe in Collinwood

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No doubt they would marvel at both our schools and our unwillingness to keep our children safe in them.

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star witness
IAFF Corruption: Nice Ride, Dude
The IAFF membership has no idea what is spent by the king pin. Wine of choice often is Opus One and other expensive wines. One would only have to see his private wine locker. It's worth thousands! Do you think he spent his money, I know he doesn't.
2015-09-25 16:58:16
Bill Hand
Line of Duty: An Imperfect Martyr?
Will said Eric! I am pretty sick of the news media versions of this.
2015-09-24 21:08:59
star witness
IAFF Corruption: When $630,000 Isn’t Enough
If this is correct, Eric, he certainly didn't claim it on his tax returns.
2015-09-18 17:13:41
Eric Lamar
IAFF Corruption: When Walker Wins
Hi, Curtis. I would answer your question by saying that the information fully represents his current reckless spending of member's dues. If I am wrong, and he has suddenly switched to eating at Golden Corral and Sizzler's, he should prove it. Stay tuned and thanks. Eric
2015-09-17 14:57:07
Curtis dunn
IAFF Corruption: When Walker Wins
Eric, do you have anything that's not 5 years old??? Thanks just curious.
2015-09-17 14:44:01
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