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The Roman Catholic doctrine of JUST WAR is both intellectually interesting and morally relevant to me as an American, A Roman Catholic and for 100 other reasons. One day I was looking online and fell upon a discussion, which ended with a request for questions and comments. As one of those people who take up the offer, I sent out a question to what I believed would be a uniquely interesting legal warrior lecturer. Instead I got a multigenerational military man. Not only am I grateful he spoke so candidly with me, but I am most respectful of his position, intellect, real world experience and willingness to engage the difference. Wow, it was a thrill talking with this guy. In the correspondence reproduced below (with only a quick spell check) I changed his last name to “X” and took off my last name, rendering me alternatively Jonny, Jon and Jonathan – he is Jon, Jonathan, sometimes with X.
I reproduce these here as a heart-felt debate, well-thought interaction and a damn interesting conversation about war.
Everything is taken from Cravette Blythe and he goes off-the-grid like The Red Team. A true American patriot, he joins forces with the outcasts - mafia kids, disaffected agents, liberatarians and the privacy gurus. Follow the openning tale of The American James Bond in "Superstructure Turnaround" and check back for Cravette Blythe and "The Gene Library," "Capital," and other tales of intreague and conspiracy. Press the button to read SST!
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Willing and Loosing
Pushing up daisies is an old expression for being burried. This original poem invokes that saying in asking if your choices lead you to the good or to some other loosing way. It's poetry for songwriters really, and The Brooklyn New York Times has a lots of this waiting to be read.
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JR Vitarelli, editor 04/07 -
BOOK REVIEW: Being Logical – A Guide To Good Thinking by D.Q. McInerny June 6, 2007
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