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Government Openness

Written by Grant Cameron Tuesday, 18 August 2009 01:44 Presidential Candidates Queried on Environmental Openness

WASHINGTON, DC, August 17, 2007 (ENS) – New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson, a Democrat, is the only presidential candidate of either party to sign a pledge to adhere to principles of open government if elected, especially with respect to the environment. 309 more words

Presidential UFO Articles

Abortion and slavery equally abominable

On Tuesday, May 22, President Trump addressed the Susan B. Anthony List 11th Annual Campaign for Life Gala.

He said (emphases mine):

This organization bears the name of… 397 more words


007 gets drawn into U.S. politics

James Bond got drawn into U.S. politics this week as CIA got a new director.

The U.S. Senate voted to ratify Gina Haspel in a 54-45 vote. 265 more words

James Bond Films

(Hucka)been there, done that

Crossposted from my other blog, a bit of a diatribe on something from the typical “conservative Christian” world:  https://subjectsofthekingdomblog.wordpress.com/2018/05/10/huckabeen-there-done-that/

Here are a few excerpts:

“God’s love for the U.S.” is an idea concocted out of thick air—thick with people who not only believe, but also blithely promulgate, the idea that God especially guides the United States.  

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Biblical (or Abiblical) Doctrine

(Hucka)been there, done that

Now the story told by yet another “Bible-believing” politician who thinks he is contributing something—and contributing something true.  Mike Huckabee, former governor of Arkansas and once a presidential contender, has produced a “historical” DVD that supposedly highlights God’s “love for our nation.” 687 more words


Porno Performers, Evangelical Christians, and Those Hard-to-Answer Questions

Thursday brought both torrential rains and a gloriously warm and blue skies to our portion of the Great Plains, but back east in Washington, D.C., White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders faced unrelentingly stormy weather. 649 more words