Charity on January 7th, 2008

So, the big political news this weekend was the amazing debate that ABC put on Saturday night. Wow!
I really liked the open format in the first half. The candidates really got to expand on their responses.
I recorded both debates, but I only watched the Republican one. I saw parts of the Democratic [...]

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Charity on January 4th, 2008

I just want to say one more thing before we put this whole Huckabee nonsense to bed.
Looking at my blog stats – and by the way, today was my highest traffic day ever, since I started blogging again in August – I am getting a lot of hits from Google searches on homeschoolers for Huckabee.
What [...]

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Charity on January 4th, 2008

Some time ago, someone signed me up for the Conservatives Betrayed e-newsletter. Not that I mind. In fact, I rather enjoy Richard Viguerie’s commentaries.
I wanted to share his statement on the Huckabee win in Iowa. I was going to include my commentary, but I would rather let it stand alone.

Mike Huckabee’s [...]

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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 I’m [...]

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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 [...]

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Charity on October 16th, 2007

…no religious test shall ever be required as a qualification to any office or public trust under the United States. US Constitution
So this is what it has come to. In order be considered for the Office of President of the United States, we need to know not only if you believe in a [...]

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