Charity on January 31st, 2008

I wonder if the Romney campaign reads Townhall for advice. If so, you might see this image hit the media in the next few days.
He needs to muss his hair, don a flannel shirt and a pair of jeans, grab a photographer and go dig a hole somewhere.
According to Ben Shapiro, McCain Won Because [...]

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Charity on January 31st, 2008

I am testing out a new (to me) social bookmarking site called Diigo.com. It allows you to annotate, highlight and “sticky note” your links. Very cool.
Here are a couple of links I saved this morning.
VPR Regional News: Former Governors present opposing views of four year term Annotated
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Howard Dean and I actually [...]

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Charity on January 31st, 2008

This primary season has been hard on me.
As a Fred Thompson supporter, and someone who is not at all fond of the remaining contenders, I am having a hard time looking ahead to the presidential election.
But as a political blogger, I must move on.
Plus, the charming Mr. Geoffrey Norman helped me warm up to John [...]

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Charity on January 30th, 2008

I updated the “Burlington Politics” page, but it is not really anything you couldn’t read in the paper. I will be doing some commentary there, soon.

The “Channel 17 Show” page is updated with a link to my Jan. ‘08 podcast. I talk about Burlington Town Meeting 2008 and the vote on the Mayor’s [...]

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According to an article in the Business section of the Burlington Free Press today, members of Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility called on the legislature to shift the cost of health care to the government and away from them (the business).
The article opens with the sob story moving account of one factory in Northfield that [...]

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Charity on January 30th, 2008

McCain? McCain? How did this happen?
Last summer, McCain was out of money and no one thought his campaign would last.
Now, he is a front-runner.
With rumors that Giuliani is dropping out, it looks like the race is between McCain and Romney.
How on earth did this happen? That’s all I want to know.

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Charity on January 29th, 2008

The President gave his State of the Union address last night.
Our government is trying to stimulate the economy by going further into debt to encourage us to continue the bad spending habits that got us into this situation in the first place.
The Clintons have used such repugnant tactics in an attempt to marginalize Barack Obama [...]

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Charity on January 29th, 2008

This is amazing.
The Eye-Fi wireless memory card.
It is an SD memory card that has Wi-Fi inside that wirelessly sends your pictures from your camera straight to your PC via your home wireless network.
You can also set it up to send your pictures straight to your internet social networking or photo sharing sites.
Straight from the camera. [...]

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Charity on January 28th, 2008

I was just going through some of the files from my old computer, which is where I have all of my She’s Right Flashbacks, and I found this Letter to the Editor that I sent the Burlington Free Press when I was Chair of the Burlington GOP.
The funniest thing about it is that I signed [...]

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Charity on January 25th, 2008

I have been thinking for a while about doing more personal finance posts, but I wasn’t sure if I was really qualified to give out financial advice.
Well, I decided that since I’m not qualified to teach elementary school, but I do that anyway, I might as well go for it.
It’s not like I am going [...]

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