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Aiming straight at your back

The ad makes you think that he’s got your back. And he’s got folks that you trust or are prone to trust acting as his representatives. 78 more words


Electing Government: A Caution

With another election approaching, I wanted to write again about Biblical perspectives on elections. In the past, I have written about key Biblical principles that can be applied to discerning how to approach and prioritize different issues. 1,038 more words

Challenging Thoughts

It Is Ironic

It is ironic

Considered a democracy–

Republic really

We treasure our vote

Though in many ways a farce

Given candidates

By parties that are corrupt… 20 more words


Things Political Organizers Want You to Know

So, most of my first of ten 14-hour days is almost over.  I handled it a lot better than I thought I would, especially considering I only got about 4 hours of sleep last night.  1,611 more words

Unkindest Cuts; Columbus Ledger-Enquirer; 10-25-14

Unkindest cuts
October 25, 2014

Traditionally, there has been an unwritten pact between state and local public employees (teachers included) and government. 754 more words


And you didn't think Fox News could be any more stupid...


Kimberly Guilfoyle a co-host of  the programs The Five and Outnumbered On Fox recently stated that young women, to be specific here, young beautiful women should be excused from voting and jury duty because they just don’t “get it” which translates to young women don’t have the life experience to be able to make an educated decision. 119 more words


Ten little nudges to consider as encouragement to Vote

Everyone has heard that we should vote because our fathers and forefathers fought so we can have the right to vote. There are many who believe voting should be a law punishable by a fine. 513 more words