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Regarding The Ring

By Judith Gayle | Political Waves ‘It’s like in the great stories, Mr. Frodo. The ones that really mattered, full of darkness and danger they were. Sometimes you didn’t want to know the end, because how could the end be … Continue reading

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For Tenderness Sake

By Judith Gayle | Political Waves If we have no peace, it’s because we have forgotten that we belong to one another. ~ Mother Theresa I’m sure you’ll understand if I tell you that I’m hard pressed to make sense … Continue reading

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The Red Crayon

By Judith Gayle | Political Waves Bless the beasts and the children; Give them shelter from a storm; Keep them safe; Keep them warm. Bless The Beasts And The Children – lyrics by Richard Carpenter I’ve run across a number … Continue reading

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Patriot’s Dream: Freedom Isn’t Free

By Judith Gayle | Political Waves Hear that glut of foot-tapping martial music and happy little piccolo riffs? See exploding lights in the night sky and smell meat on the bar-b? It’s the 238th birthday of this nation, the one … Continue reading

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Supremely Speaking

By Judith Gayle | Political Waves It’s been Supremes this, Supremes that, all week long. Well, except for non-stop reports on soccer, a sport which righty pundit Ann Coulter declared un-American. There is evidently a sports footnote included in the … Continue reading

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Farther Down The Road

By Judith Gayle | Political Waves I like to watch Charlie Rose on PBS, not because I’m a big Rose fan but because — in this age of sound bites, tweets and wall-pinning — one becomes privy to a full, … Continue reading

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Glimpsing A Clear Day

By Judith Gayle | Political Waves On a clear day rise and look around you and you’ll see who you are. On a clear day how it will astound you that the glow of your being outshines every star. From the … Continue reading

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Rounding The Corner

By Judith Gayle | Political Waves The headlines started early in the week, beginning with examples of Republicans quietly cooperating on bits of legislation. Even more startling, common sense suddenly began to appear in political conversation, suggesting a return to … Continue reading

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Amendments Of The Heart

By Judith Gayle | Political Waves I’m a fan of Texas populist Jim Hightower, a man cut from the same cloth as dearly departed Texans Molly Ivins and her lifelong friend, Governor Ann Richards. Hightower is a man of the … Continue reading

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The Middle Muddle: In Anticipation of Clarity

By Judith Gayle | Political Waves We’ve got storms, everywhere we look. We’ve got rain storms, wind storms, and fire storms.* We’ve got flooding and oil leaks and unseasonal temperature extremes. Southern California is a tinderbox, over a hundred thousand homes in … Continue reading

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