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On #AuditTheVote

The 11/22/16 re:act newsletter included an item about #AuditTheVote and linked to the following USA Today article: Still time for an election audit by 2 professors who were members of the U.S. 997 more words


New Zealand needs to decide on a formal Constitution

Former Prime Minister Sir Geoffrey Palmer has written about his desire as a constitutional lawyer to see New Zealand adopt a formal constitution. And as a citizen concerned about an encroaching surveillance state, abuses of New Zealand and international human rights laws and an increasingly unstable world, I can understand his reasoning – albeit for different reasons to the ones he mentioned. 442 more words

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Sermon: Did America Sin with the Revolution?

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Did America Sin with the Revolution? 

Romans 13.1–7

Don Ruhl • Savage Street, Grants Pass, Oregon • November 13, In the year of our Lord, 2016… 2,511 more words


Sermon: Post Election Peace

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Post Election Peace 

Let us shift from political war to spiritual peace

First Timothy 2.1–7

Don Ruhl • Savage Street, Grants Pass, Oregon • November 13, In the year of our Lord, 2016… 1,943 more words


People Angry Because Hillary Clinton Won the Popular Vote: Pump the Breaks

It seems a central narrative for a lot of Hillary Clinton’s supporters, even on this blog, is that Donald Trump lost the popular vote and therefore is… 972 more words

Constitutional Issues

Can First Responders Be Sued For Allowing a Controlled Fire Destroy Your Property?

When the operators of a Colorado ranch used the Federal Torts Claims Act (“FTCA”) to sue the US Forest Service, a claim was made that the forestry service allowed a small, controlled fire to expand and destroy part of the ranch. 25 more words

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