Charity on February 4th, 2008

FOXNews.com - Transcript: John McCain on ‘FOX News Sunday’ - Choosing the President
tags: politics
FOXNews.com - Transcript: Hillary Clinton on ‘FOX News Sunday’ - Choosing the President
tags: politics
The Decline of the Angry Left - WSJ.com
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Charity on February 1st, 2008

I hope to have some kind of cool automated way to share my links up an running soon, but I can’t decide which one to use.
For now, you will just have to settle for links posted the old fashioned way.

erica.biz » Why You Don’t Save Money (Even Though You Know It’s The Right Thing To [...]

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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
tags: vtpolitics

Howard Dean and I actually [...]

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Charity on January 16th, 2008

Later this morning, I am taking my three sons up to my mother’s house for two nights.
Hallelujah!
Not that I don’t love my kids. I do spend every single day with them by choice. I just really need a break. Plus, I am getting a head cold and it has triggered a migraine, [...]

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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 the posting [...]

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Charity on December 10th, 2007

The Carnival of Principled Government is up over at Life Nurturing Education.
What is a blog carnival, you might ask. Well, as with most things in life, Wikipedia has a page on it: Blog carnival.
My post, What I look for in a Man (Who is Running for President), was included.
Next month, I will be hosting [...]

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Charity on November 12th, 2007

I had a couple of good post topics, but unfortunately, I fell yesterday and did something really bad to my foot. I can’t say what because, having sprained, fractured, and otherwise hurt my feet and ankles literally more than a half-dozen times in as many years, I know that there is little that can [...]

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Charity on October 8th, 2007

The Carnival of Principled Government is up.  This Columbus Day edition is hosted at Life Nurturing Education.
This month, I submitted a post.  Among the great links in this carnival, you will also find my podcast on rights from my Channel 17 show.
Stop on over and take a look.

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Charity on October 4th, 2007

We’re all battling a nasty head cold here in the She’s Right household, so there will be no post today. I figure the least I can do is leave you with a few gleanings from the ‘net-o-sphere.
JD Ryan has a scathing look at the Obama campaign with, “Obama: More Audacity of Hype.” [...]

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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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