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The Bull and the Bizarre
A view from a midwestern pasture.
by Richard Mr. Moo Moore
Published every Sunday.
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A Plumber's Crack
Joe the Plumber's Story Is Not Coming Together
October 19, 2008
Lipstick Revisited
The pig that wears the lipstick is congressional pork.
October 5, 2008
Have We Gone To the Dogs?
Canine Adventures Fills the Week's News.
September 21, 2008
Pucker Up
Campaign Focuses on Non-Issues
September 14, 2008
Twin Cities = Twin Candidates
Did John prove he wasn't McSame?
September 13, 2008
A Week of Unity
The Democratic National Convention - 2008
August 31, 2008
Some Labels Don't Fit Some People
Why a Conservative / Liberal title won't work.
July 27, 2008
Two Taboos of Sex and Religion in One...
...Calendar?
July 20, 2008
Ohhhh Say, You Can't Sing That
Substitute for National Anthem Goes Bust.
July 9, 2008
North Pole Is Warming Up?
Scientist say all the ice will melt away by August.
June 29, 2008
Mother's Milk from a Different Source
Obama opts out of public campaign financing.
June 22, 2008
News from a Friend is a Thing of the Past
Death of two friends I never met.
June 14, 2008
A Graduation You Will Never Forget
The Speaker and the Presentation.
June 1, 2008
When the Reporters Become the News
Dropping a Word-Bomb
May 25, 2008
No Guts, No Glory
Edwards endorses Obama
May 18, 2008
Volunteering in School
Two states take two different approaches.
May 3, 2008
War on Drugs Continues
But Shouldn't We Define Drugs Accurately?
April 20, 2008
Another Fight for the Nomination in Denver?
The Democrats have company.
April 13, 2008
Bill, Hill and a Cool 100 Mill?
Tax returns disclose some interesting numbers for voters to consider.
April 6, 2008
The More Things Change...
Except at high school dances.
March 23, 2008
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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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