Charity on April 16th, 2007

I think it is time that I leveled with you about why I do not condemn other people who are not following God’s laws. Sure, I couch it in terms of non-judgmentalness and encouraging a personal relationship with God, that each person needs to work our their life with God, not to be told what […]

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Charity on April 16th, 2007

Er..make that 3.7 million dollars, I guess. Two of my favorite Vermont bloggers share their perspectives on the primary enforcement seatbelt law being considered (i.e. they get to pull you over just for not having a seatbelt on). Jeff Soyer weighs in at Alphecca.As does Geoffrey Norman at Vermont Tiger. Take a look.

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Charity on April 11th, 2007

Jack over at Green Mountain Daily was wondering why the Burlington Dems elected Republican Kurt Wright as City Council President. Well, let’s ask them. Democrat Ed Adrian of ward 1 had this to say: Adrian explained why he is voting for Wright in a message he posted on the Buell Street Neighborhood Forum. He said […]

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Charity on April 11th, 2007

Did you read the story about the case in Texas where the hospital wants to discontinue treatment for a 17-month-old terminally ill child against the unanimous wishes of the family? I am not going to retell it, but you can read it here. There are so many angles to this story, I almost don’t know […]

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Charity on April 11th, 2007

Woo, hoo! My husband, who is totally awesome, by the way, set up his laptop in our room, so I could blog in bed, while my knee recovers. I am completely bored in here; I hate daytime TV (we don’t have cable channels), I can’t really get into a book with three wild boys running […]

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Charity on April 10th, 2007

I am sorry that the posting has been so light lately. I injured my knee last Monday and it usually hurts to sit at the computer. It didn’t help that I was up so much on Sunday, with church and hosting Easter dinner for my family. The third Carnival of Principled Government is up. Check […]

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Charity on April 9th, 2007

Hi blog readers. I hope you all had a great weekend. I am just too wiped out from a busy weekend to blog right now, but I wanted to put up a link to a discussion between Rick Warren and Sam Harris.The God Debate It’s kind of long, but I thought it was interesting. If […]

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Charity on April 6th, 2007

Try as I might, I just can’t seem to get myself interested in blogging about politics today. With Easter two days away, I just don’t feel like the political griping is all that important. It’s kind of hard to find the significance in such triviality on the day we remember that Jesus died for us. […]

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Charity on April 4th, 2007

clipped from It’s about principles, you idiots. Say it. Do it. And believe it. And as George Bush has tragically shown, people will actually vote for that kind of consistency. Moreover, voters will NOT vote for a crew that says they want to solve health care and then won’t even introduce legislation to address […]

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Charity on April 3rd, 2007

Argh! I have a couple of good semi-composed blog posts that I am dying to finish, but I hurt my knee really badly yesterday and I am going to be spending most of the day away from the computer. Hopefully, I will get a chance to blog later. Maybe I can have my husband set […]

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