Monthly Archives: January 2012

Wolfdietrich and Talac de Rougemont

In the Arthurian Tale of Yder there come a Knight name Talac de Rougemont of the Castle Rougemont, to the Round Table. Talac means “table” the Table de Rougemont? The Rougemont name is forever a part of Arthurian legend, and … Continue reading

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The City Rebels

I am Dragon Born. Jon LONDON (AP) — They are two European nations facing off against 25 others, but don’t expect a new united front from London and Prague. Britain and the Czech Republic were the only members of the … Continue reading

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“What is in a name?”

All the great stories are genealogical tales. Shakespeare would be mute if it were not for royalty and usurpers – and the want of humble heir! Sweet Juliet could care less – and rues the genealogical barrier that rises like … Continue reading

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O’Hart Red Hand

The Hart name is associated with the Red Hand of Ulster and the O’Neill Kings of Ireland. In authoring the history of the Rosemond family, Leland Rosemond consulted O’Hart’s Irish Pedigrees compiled by John O’Hart. The Hart family is there … Continue reading

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Pretty Boy Reed

Ralph Reed reminds me of Damian. Reed jumped ship, left the Jesus Boat of Holy Goodness in order to give covert advice to Enron and Native Americans who owned floating casinos in the Gulf – that Katrina destroyed! Was this … Continue reading

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Enter ‘The Fixer’

“When a forest fire shut down a major transmission line into California, cutting power supplies and raising prices, Enron energy traders celebrated, CBS News Correspondent Vince Gonzales reports. “Burn, baby, burn. That’s a beautiful thing,” a trader sang about the … Continue reading

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While The Rich Hunt – The Poor Go To Jail

Newt Gingrich applauds Thatcher and her class warfare against the poor on the campaign trail. Two evangelical candidates for president and vice president have backed Newt. Cain and Palin represent the Christian-right. Thatcher is a foreigner who worked hard to … Continue reading

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