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Today in New Hampshire, Gov. Romney heard this from a restaurant patron: “I’m one person who will not vote for a Mormon,” Al Michaud of Dover shouted at Romney when the former Massachusetts governor approached him inside Harvey’s Bakery. Romney […]

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I watch and listen to President Bush of late and am thrilled at the compassionate conservative he is again. On immigration he has worked out a bill that to fix a broken immigration system by granting a path to citizenship […]

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I’ve been asked why I love things like the iphone or why something like Microsoft’s new “surface” make me smile. I realize the answer. Hope. Every new device, every new bauble and fangle and jingle and jangle give this sense […]

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This morning, President Bush following up on Darfur with sanctions – good for him for upping the pressure. Please, please more.

An interesting article this morning about a very, very popular professor at Iowa State who was apparently denied tenure because he held positive views about intelligent design: An assistant professor who supports intelligent design and was denied tenure at Iowa […]

A reader writes in response to my short post on Darfur: Rage? Why isn’t “Allah” doing anything about the suffering in Darfur? It is his Muslims causing it. This reader has posted frequently in the past about how liberals are […]

It is hard to escape a sickening thought about the hell going on in Darfur – that one day Jesus will judge us for what we did and did not do to help. Question that? Read what he had to […]

Pacific231 reminded me of Graham’s speech at the National Day of Prayer and Remembrance. I was there at the National Cathedral that amazing day and will always remember the aged Graham standing for peace amidst the cries to kill: Today […]

…another reader: When the richest 50% of our society owns 97.2% of all wealth and the bottom 50% owning only 2.8% of all wealth, it is difficult for me to sit here and agree with your reasoning. When 18% of […]

from a reader: Re: “Lets talk about big bucks” If I buy a new car or get a raise does that mean you are somehow worse off? Of course not! People in this country are so focused on how they […]