Charity on September 27th, 2007

Sorry for all of the linkdumps, but I have been working on a few other things. I hope to get a real post up soon. In the meantime… National Review Online has an interview with Patricia Heaton, of Everybody Loves Raymond fame, who also happens to be the national spokeswoman for Feminists for Life. If […]

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Charity on September 27th, 2007

Passing along an announcement that I received in an e-mail… Rand Paul will be speaking about his father, Ron Paul, the race and the message of liberty. Monday, Oct. 1st 7:00pm The Fire House Gallery 135 Church Street Burlington, VT 05401

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Charity on September 25th, 2007

Let’s just change the name of No Child Left Behind and that will make everything better! In Lessons from Jena, La., Jason Whitlock of the Kansas City Star offers a solution toward preventing more Jena 6 situations. Slate on why the Jena 6 are the “The Wrong Poster Children” for the civil rights movement. (If […]

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Charity on September 24th, 2007

The podcast is up from my Channel 17 show last Friday. I talk about inalienable (or unalienable, if you prefer) rights, as expressed in the Declaration of Independence and the philosophy of John Locke, compared to our current view of rights, or lack thereof, and the way that our rights have been eroded, listing several […]

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Charity on September 21st, 2007

These are the links related to the She’s Right program broadcast on Channel 17 on Friday, September 21, 2007. The Declaration of Independence Federalist #84 Essay on John Locke For those of you who were not able to view the show, the podcast should be available next week. I will post a link.

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Charity on September 21st, 2007

I only have one link worth clicking today because I am getting ready for She’s Right on Channel 17 this evening, so I haven’t been able to surf this morning. I did read an interesting piece from the NY Times science section about morals, “Is ‘Do Unto Others’ Written Into Our Genes?” It also explains […]

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Charity on September 20th, 2007

This totally has nothing to do with politics, but it could win me $500. In my Google Reader, I get the feed for Andy Beal’s Marketing Pilgrim. It is the only non-homeschooling, non-political, and non-mommy blog site in my reader. Why? That’s what he wants to know, and the point of this post! I started […]

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Charity on September 20th, 2007

Here’s a law I bet you isn’t being followed. From the Vermont State Statutes: Title 16, Chapter 23, §908: Pre-Memorial Day exercises The last half-day’s session of the public schools before Memorial Day shall be devoted to exercises commemorative of the history of the nation during its wars and to patriotic instruction in the principles […]

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Charity on September 19th, 2007

Following the Democratic presidential candidate election theme for ’08, buying America’s votes with the money we will steal from the “rich” taxpayers once we take office, Barack Obama has announced a tax cut plan. Here’s all you need to read to know what you’ll be getting: “Obama’s plan was short on some specifics.” But there […]

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Charity on September 18th, 2007

Updated… She’s Right airs this Friday at 5:25 pm on Channel 17 in the Burlington Area. No guest this month. Just me blabbing about who knows what. (Details to follow.) I will be talking about rights – the rights that the founders envisioned us having and how we have chosen (and continue to choose) to […]

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