Judge Bueltel: I just read an AP story that reported you sentenced Lisa Hanson to a $1,000 fine and 90 days in jail because she dared to defy Governor Walz’s executive orders to close her business in “the interest of public safety.” The Associated Press quoted you saying you “wanted to send a message to […]
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Why aren’t you even a little curious?
By Mike Coughlin on November 17, 2021 in Libertarian, Random thoughts about the world
Some nagging questions that don’t get asked! About one third of Americans have refused to get the Covid-19 “vaccination.” Are they all looney tunes wrapped in a conspiracy bubble, or have they—just perhaps, you know—thought about the virus and concluded its safer to get natural immunity from the virus instead of temporary (forever requiring “booster) […]
Is Today A Good Day To Die? Thoughts on mortality and life’s lessons.
By Mike Coughlin on August 22, 2015 in News about Letterpress Printing, Random thoughts about the world, Self Publishing the letterpress way, Writing
Letterpress printed pamphlet dealing with mortality and living life right Mortality began to loom before me While I won’t go into the contents of my pamphlet Is Today A Good Day To Die–at least not today–I can explain how it came to be. I was working in the maintenance department at St. Paul Academy and […]