Charity on December 29th, 2007

The thing I hate most about political elections is that the only way to really know which candidate you like is to dig around.  Dig around a lot. Why can’t the candidates just come out with their positions – their real positions, not their phony, election-time positions – and let the people decide? The candidates […]

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Charity on December 28th, 2007

Some in the right-wing blogosphere are trying to raise some money for Fred Thompson with a Fred Thompson Blogburst.  You can find out more at Right Wing News, which I have never actually read before despite the relevant name. Anyway, they made a rather humorous video that sums up my opinion of the GOP candidates […]

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Charity on December 28th, 2007

In this morning’s paper, there was an AP story about the inquiry, instigated by Sen. Charles Grassley of Iowa, the ranking Republican on the Senate Finance Committee, into the financial records of several Christian ministries that preach the so-called “prosperity doctrine.” I had heard this story a while back, but I didn’t think it was […]

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Charity on December 27th, 2007

I was just reading a column by Peggy Noonan which really sums up what I don’t like about Huckabee’s self-dubbed “the Christian candidate” status. That guy is using the cross so I’ll like him. That doesn’t tell me what he thinks of Jesus, but it does tell me what he thinks of me. He thinks […]

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Charity on December 26th, 2007

I originally meant to post this Friday, or at least by Christmas, but I decided to put it up anyway. I hope you all had a merry Christmas. – Charity When I was a kid, Christmas was a big deal in my house. A BIG deal. My mother loved Christmas. But in our house, it […]

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Charity on December 20th, 2007

You may have heard about the homeschoolers’ support for Huckabee. Then again, maybe you haven’t. I am plugged into the homeschool news, so I am not sure what everyone else knows. At any rate, a well-known conservative Christian homeschool blogger, who retired from blogging last December, Spunky Homeschool, has briefly returned to offer a series […]

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Charity on December 18th, 2007

Those of you who have no children, or whose children are in school all day, probably do not know of the madness that breaks out around a house that is full of children all day, when there are only 7 days until Christmas. Trust me, it’s not pretty. As such, I am not sure how […]

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Charity on December 14th, 2007

Everything I love about capitalism and everything I hate about capitalism all rolled into one.

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Charity on December 13th, 2007

The other day, I remarked to my husband that I would rather have Hillary Clinton as President than Barack Obama.  He asked me why, which I think actually meant, “Why on earth are you even imagining which Democrat you would rather have?” At the time, I really wasn’t able to put it into words. Well, […]

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Charity on December 12th, 2007

A local bit of information, from the Front Porch Forum: MORAN PLANT MEETINGS DEC. 13 AND JAN. 3 Tue, 11 December 2007 Come hear more about the City’s proposal to redevelop the Moran Plant! The City’s proposal includes a world-class indoor ice and rock climbing facility, restaurant and cafe, children’s museum, expanded community sailing center, […]

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