Daily Archives: October 22, 2011

Between A Rock And A Hard Place: The Fate Of Ousted Dictators And Divided Nations

The sight of loony and oppressive former Libyan Dictator Gaddafi ought to be a cautionary tale for other dictators in the region. Gaddafi, like Barre in Somalia, sought to hold together his oppressive rule, which had been supported (or at … Continue reading

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Reflections On The Feast Of Tabernacles 2011 In Khun Yuam, Thailand

Every year I like to reflect some on the Feast and my (admittedly subjective) impressions on it. This year is no different, so I would like to do so now that I have gotten back to “home,” so to speak … Continue reading

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