old resolutions, dust them off suddenly, and refashioned them once again for distribution and the question is why? And why suddenly now? Why pull out the scary IRD card once again for such late fall silliness? In fact, the Chicago Consultation is also engaged in activities of moving the Episcopal Church into a politically progressive organization. Anyone care to investigate them? No? Last time we checked - despite the Guardian's protestations to the contrary - this is still a free country (thank you Thomas Jefferson). It's so interesting though that IRD is suddenly being targeted yet again. What's up with that? True, things didn't go so financially well at the last meeting of the Executive Council for certain pet progressive projects - is IRD a convenient way for the Chicago Consultation and its allies on the Executive Council to raise funds? Note that this is coming from the Diocese of New York where 815 is located. Are funds running rather low? One does wonder.
In the meantime, it's been a while since we've run this - but it seems the time is at hand: