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from the los angeles times: 500,000 pack streets to protest immigration bills [scrapbook] [link] (295)

Sunday, March 26th, 2006

scrapbook & link to report:
from the los angeles times:
500,000 pack streets to protest immigration bills
the rally, part of a massive mobilization of immigrants and their supporters, may be the largest la has seen.
by teresa watanabe and hector becerra
los angeles times staff writers
march 26, 2006

a crowd estimated by police at more than 500,000 boisterously marched in […]

rome & washington, pope & president, church & state & marriage & aids: part two in a series of reports: a danger to children (289a)

Tuesday, March 14th, 2006

by richard kearns
rk@aids-write.org
on the engines of enlightenment:
journal of an aids shaman
http://www.aids-write.org/
posted march 14, 2006
(is this abuse?) (yes.)
so wasn’t it
revelatory when
the catholic bishops
at catholic charities
in what was once
catholic boston
decided to
step up to the plate &
expose themselves
as bush allies &
as self-excusing
stewards of
religious bigotry
& superstitious intolerance &
as the self-serving
self-deluding
culturally-closeted
politically-vain
mutually-molesting
”secretly, frequently
(fond of each other)”
church cowboys
they pretend
not to be
by […]

rome & washington, pope & president, church & state & marriage & aids part two: a danger to children scrapbook (289b)

Tuesday, March 14th, 2006

http://www.answers.com/topic/papal-coat-of-arms
Every pope of the Roman Catholic Church has his own personal coat of arms that serves as a symbol of his papacy.
All recent popes’ coats of arms contained the image of the papal tiara. Benedict XVI has ignored heraldic custom and used instead the mitre and pallium (see article: Coat of arms of Pope Benedict […]

rome & washington, pope & president, church & state & marriage & aids part one (285)

Friday, March 3rd, 2006

part one
it’s raining this morning. writing weather. time to get this down on the page while i wait for breakfast.
(sunrise got lost in the mail this morning, so i lit candles to warm up the room. grassroots dawn. bless the darkness. bless the light.)
ahem.
this is the beginning—an announcement, an inaugural, actually—of a series of […]