Charity on February 5th, 2008

Today is Super Tuesday. Voters in 24 states get to voice who they want as the Democratic and Republican presidential nominees.
I guess it is some sort of big deal.
Forgive me if I am just not that excited.
As someone who has been active in the Republican Party, run for local office as a Republican, supported [...]

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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 2nd, 2008

I hope none of my libertarian friends have had a chance to read my presidential endorsement yet, before this post.
I said in my last post that I support Fred Thompson as the Republican nominee because I think that he is the only candidate that offers something to each of the factions within the GOP base.
I [...]

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Charity on September 27th, 2007

Passing along an announcement that I received in an e-mail…
Rand Paul will be speaking about his father, Ron Paul, the race and the message of liberty.
Monday, Oct. 1st 7:00pm
The Fire House Gallery
135 Church Street
Burlington, VT 05401

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Charity on September 13th, 2007

The Evangelical Outpost on Ron Paul -
Paul’s Adolescent Ideology: The Problems with Ron Paul (and Libertarianism)
Andy Beal’s Marketing Pilgrim takes a look at the most visited campaign websites for the week ending September 8, 2007.
He may not be running (at least not yet), but I have to include Electric Venom’s post, “PETA Picks on [...]

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