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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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Realignment is Way Past Due
In dealing the troops and other things.
August 22, 2004
This Is Not a Gay Thing
It's an issue of responsibility.
August 15, 2004
Iowa in the National News
Addressing heartland events from the heartland.
August 8, 2004
The Happenings In Boston
From the left.
August 1, 2004
On to Boston
So much good stuff, not enough room to write it all.
July 25, 2004
Random Thoughts During Vacation
Bull doesn't take one, why should I?
July 18, 2004
Hey, Hey, Hey. Cos is at it again
He's cutting no slack to the black community.
July 11, 2004
Tricky Dick is Alive and Well
It's not his birthday but I'm sending him a gift.
July 4, 2004
Coronation at the Capitol
This Moon has his heads in the stars.
June 27, 2004
It's Dad's Turn
Set aside the world's events for one day.
June 19, 2004
Win the Big One for the Gipper
A gift in memory of the 40th president.
June 13, 2004
Remembering Your First Time
From your reporter at the Libertarian national convention.
June 6, 2004
Random Thoughts for the Week
This way I can upset everyone in one article.
May 30, 2004
Is this JFK Catholic enough?
Political issues vs. faith or faith issues vs. politics.
May 23, 2004
What a Tangled Web (of Advertising) We Weave
Bases are for stealing.
May 16, 2004
Mother's Day Reflections
There are a few things more important than politics.
May 9, 2004
Selling of (the Soul of) a U.S. President
What is the going price for living at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave?
May 2, 2004
Heartland Bull and Heartland Pork Taste the Same - Disgusting
Wasteful spending throughout the Midwest.
April 18, 2004
What Would Jesus Do? Team up with Porn directors?
April 4, 2004
2004 Veepstakes
My conversation with Senator Kerry.
March 21, 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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