Charity on November 25th, 2009

Since I am no longer going to be your go to site for conservative political opinions, I figured I would share with you some of my favorite conservative sites.  I recently purged most of the political blogs I was following from my Google reader because my sanity necessitated it.  But, I still have a few […]

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Charity on June 12th, 2009

Green Mountain Daily has a post this morning about the upcoming health care reform battles.  It, of course, misrepresents the opposition to the “public option” because how else can the left win a debate on any issue other than mischaracterizing the opposition?  (You’ve gotta give them credit for being proactive, though.) A “public option” would […]

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Charity on March 12th, 2009

I have some family stuff to deal with the next couple of days, so I am not sure how much I will get to post. Here are some links I had bookmarked to blog about.  You can read them yourself.  You don’t need me to tell you how to think! Heads should roll – Camille […]

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Charity on January 15th, 2009

It’s a good thing that I didn’t get 10 comments on the delurking day post because I have been too sick to blog. Yesterday, I was so sick that I had to have my husband stay home from work to take care of the kids. (I homeschool three boys, in case you are a newbie.) […]

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Charity on October 10th, 2008

This election has been going on forever.  Neither candidate is adequate for the challenges America is facing.  And trying to keep up with the latest smears and lies is exhausting. What’s a gal to do when she needs a political blogging break?  Here are a few non-political sites I enjoy. For the grammar nerds out […]

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Charity on September 24th, 2008

I was wondering if the government really needs to bailout anyone. I mean, won’t some non-government entity with lots of money come along and shore up the financial institutions worth saving? And don’t we want the bad ones to go under? I mean, what used to happen before the government started bailing everyone out? Well, […]

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Charity on April 15th, 2008

April 15 is… Tax Day Vermont Tiger’s Geoffrey Norman has a suggestion for those people who think our taxes are not high enough. Dave Barry takes a look at some of the, um, interesting ways our tax dollars are spent. Speaking of taxes, who is the logic-challenged individual (or group) that designed the Vermont State […]

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Charity on March 20th, 2008

Blogging While Female: 5 Conservative Women Bloggers Talk About Gender Issues And The Blogosphere Blogging While Female Part 2: Five Women Bloggers Talk About Gender Issues And The Blogosphere iBrattleboro Cleared in Libel Suit 802 Offline – It has been a while since Cathy stopped posting her regular weekly round-ups of Vermont’s blogosphere at 802 […]

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Charity on March 17th, 2008

The Carnival of Principled Government is up over at Principled Discovery.

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Charity on March 16th, 2008

Barack Obama, the presidential candidate whose campaign website is powered by “hope,” seems to have gotten himself into a bit of controversy. The Huffington Post has a round-up of sorts, with reactions from across the spectrum, including NRO’s Mark Steyn. “Obama is meant to be the man who transcends the divisions of race, the candidate […]

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