Category Archives: politics
Last Thursday, I attended part of the Arizona state senate session in the capitol complex. My dad teaches history and travels the country as an evangelist during the summer. He writes letters to the editor, applicable to certain states/cities, and … Continue reading
Every Tuesday Stephen heads downtown to the office of the Greater Phoenix Economic Council (GPEC). GPEC is one of GreenLoop’s clients, and Stephen is scheduled to manage their IT needs on a weekly basis, so he’s been able to get … Continue reading
Jury Duty. Yes, I was summoned for jury duty for the first time in my life. No, I did not have to report to the courthouse. I decided to skip the postponement option for two reasons. First, if selected, it … Continue reading
As you can probably tell from the lack of blog posts recently, Stephen and I had our first week of work last week. We were so excited to start, but what a week we had! Crossroad held evangelistic services Sunday … Continue reading
I was pretty surprised to read an article on Slashdot today claiming that a relative consensus of their readers (who are generally unlikely to share my political and cultural sensibilities) essentially share my take on the Cleanflix decision from the … Continue reading
Interesting. I’ll have to think about this one for a while, but they make some good points regarding what the media is portraying as inevitable evangelical resistance to a Mormon presidential candidate. Yes, Gov. Romney is a Mormon. We are … Continue reading
Several major Iraqi Sunni insurgent groups recently offered an immediate halt to all attacks against Coalition forces IF the U.S. agrees to a timetable that would result in all foreign troops leaving Iraq by 2008. Sound like anyone else you’ve … Continue reading
Memo to Democrats who plan to spend the 2006 election cycle pinning the “culture of corruption” label on their GOP opponents: Good luck. (Thanks to Tim Joiner for the link.)
It’s been around for a while now, but these are hilarious.
Presidential hopeful Senator John McCain’s commencement speech at Liberty University was pretty good—certainly better than anyone who was around during the 2000 election primaries would have had any reason to guess at the time.