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It seems like every day now we see another example of people protesting and shutting down speakers when […]
I often write about free speech on this blog. It is one of my core values and its […]
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I was going to call this post “My Republican Neighbors” but it is really about more than them. […]
Since I only have a few minutes, I am only going to focus on a few minutes out of the Vice Presidential debate last night.
If you put aside all the “malarkey”, distortions and ideological nuances, what the debate last night gave us was a very clear picture of two forms of government. Answering the question asked by Raddatz, “What role your religion has played in your own personal views on abortion”, the candidates gave voters a fundamental choice between systems of government.
In following all of the upheaval in the Middle East, starting with the needless death of Ambassador Stevens […]