Vol. 2 No. 3

January 23, 2010

Dear OAK Members,

    There were two earthquakes this week. One was political and the other was physical. One is likely to have cost hundreds of thousands of lives, which is what it now seems the count may be in Haiti. The other one, the political earthquake, probably saved that many lives, and maybe even many more. 

The Earthquake That Gave Life

     The election of the Republican Scott Brown to the senate seat vacated by the death of Ted Kennedy, probably the most powerful liberal senator of our times from what is probably the most liberal state in the Union, was no doubt one of the biggest political earthquakes of our times. This will save many lives.

     Before explaining that,     first we should all applaud the people of the great state of Massachusetts. The state that truly inspired the war for independence, and bore a huge amount of the cost of the war

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