Tag Archives: Politics

Advice on judges

Lucky for you it won’t be coming from my undereducated brain.  No, a friend sent this link to Cominus.com where Dean Isaacson, formerly of Judicial Forum, reviews judges who are being elected right now during this primary election.  Careful though; …

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Engaging in Politics Without Losing Your Soul

Often, being a Christian comes into conflict with blogging; especially blogging in the political realm. My aim, as always, is to be a Christian first, and everything else second, third, fourth… Part of the nature of being human is that …

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Lincoln Day Dinner

Over the weekend, we had the opportunity to attend the Whatcom Republican Party Lincoln Day Dinner. A first, but not the last, for us. We had a chance to put faces to names of those we had previously only known …

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4.5 minutes

During my 4 mile drive into work this morning, I listened to 4.5 minutes of Stephanie Miller on the new AM 930 progressive talk. It was 4.5 of hyperbole, laugh tracks, innuendos and vaudevillian humor mostly at the expense of …

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Narrowing field

Fred Thompson and I are in sync on the biggest issues and challenges facing our nation. So even though he has left the race, the finish line hasn’t moved. Fred Thompson’s short list of the biggest issues and challenges faced …

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2008 Candidates on abortion

This post is an adjunct to Right to Life. I feel that the right of an unborn child to live is about the most basic right there can be for anyone regardless of nationality, religion etc. Yet our nation’s candidates …

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