Charity on July 31st, 2006

This week I am going to finally do my series of posts about the issues that were in my survey from two weeks ago. The survey is closed, so if you do not know the topics, you will just have to be surprised each day.
Question number one was: What is the “She’s Right” view [...]

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Charity on July 28th, 2006

I am hesitant to blogroll a new blog that is less than a month old, but I did want to alert She’s Right readers to the newest member of Vermont’s vast right-wing blogging conspiracy: “Green Mountain Hard Right!” – the blog of recent She’s Right commenter VTPaleoCon.
Check it out.
And I know, I know, I am [...]

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Charity on July 27th, 2006

My interview with Republican US Senate candidate Greg Parke on “She’s Right: the show” is available to listen to online here. You can download the MP3 or just click play on the little player graphic under the episode title to listen online.
Greg is a really fascinating candidate with a lot of experience that would be [...]

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Charity on July 26th, 2006

I wonder if the people over at Green Mountain Daily are at all concerned that their latest scare-people-out-of-voting-for-Republicans post contains blatant falsehoods that any two-bit hack could fact check against ANY news site over the past 24 hours.
From GMD:
Say you’re a 14-year-old girl and you’re pregnant because your father raped you. And say that you [...]

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Charity on July 26th, 2006

Update on the Abraham Cherrix case.
A judge ruled Tuesday that a 16-year-old cancer patient who has refused conventional medical treatment does not have to report to a hospital as previously ordered and scheduled a trial to settle the dispute.
This family is not safe from the state yet, but for now, Abraham will not receive chemo [...]

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Charity on July 22nd, 2006

There are too many poor people. What is the government going to do?
There is not enough housing. What is the government going to do?
Too many people die because they are not wearing their seatbelts. What is the government going to do?There are too many people who do not have health insurance. What is the government [...]

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Charity on July 21st, 2006

Ward Seven City Councilor Carmen George (D) proposed that the City Council should direct the city’s Board of Health to work to encourage breastfeeding, in conjunction with the state’s Department of Health, the La Leche League, the Community Health Center and others.
The measure was defeated by a vote of 7 to 6.
Progressive Councilor Jane Knodell [...]

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Charity on July 20th, 2006

I just added a link to Alphecca.com because it is one of my favorite blogs to read.
I also added a link to my other blog, Crafty Mama, in case you want to peek at the non-political side of Charity Tensel (and because I wanted to showcase my mad blog-template-making skills). It’s not all that thrilling [...]

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Charity on July 20th, 2006

She’s Right airs tomorrow evening at 5:25PM on CCTV/Channel 17 in the Burlington area. For those who are not in the Burlington area, or do not have cable, the podcast will be available (probably) Monday.
My scheduled guest is Republican US Senate candidate Greg Parke.

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Charity on July 18th, 2006

The other day, I watched a short film about Canada’s healthcare system entitled “Dead Meat.”
The movie talks about the problems with the Canadian system and the long waiting lists. There is even one guy whose mother died waiting on a list after being bumped twice from surgery. And a mother of three who is waiting [...]

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