Bob Clarke, R.I.P.

In Memoriam
Robert James Clarke
June 28, 1953 – January 1, 2008
Our fellow Town Haller @ CompuServe

With the frequent townhall.com changes in their website, we all suffered by losing touch with each other then we learn the actual lost of one of us — the separation become a true lost. I apologies for the lateness of this notice, but the sorrow of the lost of one of us is real.

Lord, welcome your servant, Bob, to your side. He was a good friend to us and yourself. Amen.

About The Administrator

The '08 elections in the United States are expected to be more bitter and nasty than those of 1800's, 1824's, 1860's & 2000's (to name a few.) For this reason, Dictum has been renamed as Town Hall and it has become a multi-authored web log. Under either name, its purpose is to glean and attempt to post upon the intrusiveness in vogue through the law, culture, and social frameworks which effect contemporary society. This intrusiveness is a public nuisance from a political mindset of misplaced charity trying to equal results between unequal talents but effectively spreading misery all around. Town Hall will attempt to expose without grossness those who are trying to immanentize the Eschaton.The name of Town Hall was originated by Wm. F. Buckley, jr. of National Review in 1991 for his Conservative Republican readers in order to connect their computers to promote the Conservative Movement. This cyber movement of Conservatives made it way to the Internet as townhall.com. With the purchase of Internet-townhall in early 2006 many of its Conservative users were left adrift from the message boards and chat rooms that at various times were the Sprint VAX/Mac computers, the Compuserve private forum, and the recent chat rooms, soapboxes, "meetups," TownSquares. Town Hall wishes to re-unite us in our various groups into a central point of coordination to Stop the coprolalia of the Left-wing.