Charity on October 11th, 2010

I just noticed that there are still 40 people subscribed to this blog’s feed, so I thought I would reward your loyalty with a big announcement that you get to hear first.
I have decided to return to political blogging!
No, not here at She’s Right.  I have a new political blog called Tenselblog.  Go have a [...]

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Charity on October 9th, 2008

The McCain campaign has a new commercial about the Barack Obama-Bill Ayers connection. The anti-free speech left has decided that it would be good, clean fun to get it flagged as inappropriate content on You Tube, so now some people can’t watch it.
It seems that, with the majority of media outlets in the bag [...]

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Charity on September 26th, 2008

This is pretty scary.

Obama on the first amendment: Send out law enforcement to target anyone who lies or runs a misleading TV ad during the presidential campaign.
If this doesn’t bother you, it should.
The truth is relative.
Ask Obama if he supports the 2nd amendment, he’ll say “yes!” Ask someone like Jeff Soyer and, based [...]

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I really should not post today because I am extra bitchy, but I just have to say that this really irks me (and not just because I am extra bitchy).
Over at Green Mountain Daily, Odum has a post that talks about how mean the VT GOP Chair is, or something or other, because he calls [...]

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Charity on April 16th, 2007

I think it is time that I leveled with you about why I do not condemn other people who are not following God’s laws. Sure, I couch it in terms of non-judgmentalness and encouraging a personal relationship with God, that each person needs to work our their life with God, not to be told [...]

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Charity on April 11th, 2007

Woo, hoo! My husband, who is totally awesome, by the way, set up his laptop in our room, so I could blog in bed, while my knee recovers. I am completely bored in here; I hate daytime TV (we don’t have cable channels), I can’t really get into a book with three wild [...]

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Charity on April 10th, 2007

I am sorry that the posting has been so light lately. I injured my knee last Monday and it usually hurts to sit at the computer. It didn’t help that I was up so much on Sunday, with church and hosting Easter dinner for my family.
The third Carnival of Principled Government is up. [...]

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Charity on April 6th, 2007

Try as I might, I just can’t seem to get myself interested in blogging about politics today. With Easter two days away, I just don’t feel like the political griping is all that important. It’s kind of hard to find the significance in such triviality on the day we remember that Jesus died [...]

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Charity on April 4th, 2007

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It’s about principles, you idiots. Say it. Do it. And believe it. And as George Bush has tragically shown, people will actually vote for that kind of consistency. Moreover, voters will NOT vote for a crew that says they want to solve health care and then won’t even introduce legislation to address it; [...]

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Charity on March 21st, 2007

I just spent my second day in bed. I am online for a minute to see if anything earth shattering happened in my absence.
My conclusion: The only post worth seeing is this one, keeping things in perspective, that is.
I will be back, as soon as I am better, with an original post.
Okay, back to [...]

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