Monthly Archives: June 2004

The final gamble

The New York Times > Washington > News Analysis: Fresh Starts: One for Iraq, One for Bush Here it is, the final gamble on Iraq. What happens in the next couple of months will largely determine how Bush is viewed … Continue reading

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Running mates

While reading Maureen Dowd’s column (The New York Times > Opinion > Op-Ed Columnist: Are They Losing It? ) I began to think some old thoughts that I believed I had forsaken. When things started getting worse for the Bush … Continue reading

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Privitized Spaceflight

As something of a technophile I applaud the launch of the first privately developed space ship.(Manned Private Craft Reaches Space in a Milestone for Flight)Now I am left to wonder “What do we expect to gain from this accomplishment?” I … Continue reading

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Utah Race Defined

Now that the republican primary is over I can say difinitively who I am voting for in the governors race. I have spent months looking at everything I could find on the candidates and so far as I can tell … Continue reading

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