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The Bull and the Bizarre
A view from a midwestern pasture.
by Richard Mr. Moo Moore
Published every Sunday.
202 Articles
 
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Pondering the Events of Inauguration Week
Providing opportunities for the country to say, hmmm... mmmmmoo?
January 23, 2005
WMD's - They Are Among Us
Maybe not in Iraq but definitely here at home.
January 16, 2005
Flying the Friendly Subsidized Skies?
Must the government bailout the airlines or is there a better way?
January 9, 2005
Year of the Bull - 2004
The first annual awards for bull at it's finest.
December 26, 2004
Would Jesus Run This Ad?
United Church of Christ has inclusion ad excluded from rotation.
December 19, 2004
It's Show and Tell and Bull Time
Brawls, Steroids, and the BCS.
December 12, 2004
Skipping Christmas
Movie tells the attitude of many, but they are missing something.
November 28, 2004
The Fiscally Responsible Party
Who can we say that about anymore?
November 21, 2004
America, I Love You
But does the world see the same country I see?
November 14, 2004
Post-Election Thoughts from the Heartland
Campaign 2004 is past tense.
November 7, 2004
A Win for 'W'
Bush's guaranteed method for a win on Tuesday that will never happen.
October 30, 2004
This is ________ Appreciation Month
Taking a moment to say thank you.
October 24, 2004
The Third Debate
Thank Goodness, it's the last.
October 17, 2004
Better Be a-Duckin'
The bull sure does fly during the debates.
October 10, 2004
Vladi and George
Best buddies or a lack of respect.
October 3, 2004
WWJD? What Would Jimmy Do?
He'd kill a man who looked at him with romantic intentions.
September 26, 2004
Oh Where, Oh Where, Could Johnny Have Gone?
The APB is out for Senator John Edwards.
September 19, 2004
L.A. City Council Bans 'Silly String'
Warning: sarcasm alert.
September 12, 2004
An Infomercial About Elephants in NYC
If they can make it there, they can make it anywhere. But did they make it there?
September 5, 2004
A New Olympic Event for 2004
Throwing the Bull
August 29, 2004
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Author Bio:  Richard Mr. Moo Moore
Richard Moore is a native of Philadelphia, PA and spent his early years on the east coast. In his early teens, his family moved to Colorado where he completed high school and college. He received the nickname Moo while serving in the military. He is currently serving as pastor in the Evangelical Covenant Church and has been since 1991. His professional background includes work as an elementary school teacher, continuing education instructor in the field of insurance and retirement planning and insurance broker. He has been a speaker at conferences on spirituality issues and health care (especially Alzheimer’s), as well as retreats and camps.

Mr. Moo’s involvement in politics began while living on the east coast at the age of 11. His involvement includes being a candidate (US Senate in 2002), directing campaigns, stuffing envelopes, going door to door. His main activities now include lobbying Congress and writing his column on the Partial Observer.

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