Have you ever read anything by Charles J. Chaput? If not, I’d recommend it. Highly. This man is incredible. Definitely Pope material type of amazing. I got addicted to Chaput after reading Render unto Caesar: Serving the Nation by Living Our Catholic Beliefs in Political Life. Since then, I gobble up anything he writes or says and […]
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A few months ago, I blogged about the mission and goals of the Tea Party and the 9 Principles and 12 values of the 9.12 Project. Today, I I still feel that these goals and values are really good. But my thoughts and feelings about the Tea Party are still very liquidy. Wade with me, if you want, through the murky […]
As I said yesterday, I’ve learned a lot about politics and politicians and how this affects our American legislative process. Today is President’s Day and throughout the day I’ve thought about how much our country has changed and how our presidents have changed throughout the years. We’ve gone from George Washington, who was more of […]
I have learned a lot these past few weeks about politics and the American legislative process and the people who represent us, the people. Some lessons are new while others are ones I knew but had hoped were not true. Never assume anything. But if you must, always assume a person is innocent until proven […]
Ok, this draft has been sitting here long enough. I’ve been wanting to write about her for a while but kept putting it off and now I’m just going to ‘join the crowd’ for a while and talk about who everyone else is talking about 24/7. That’s right–Sarah Palin. (don’t roll your eyes at me, […]
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Ok I got this blog up and have so much I’d like to blog about that I don’ know where to start. I haven’t quite organized when I’d like to blog about what so I’m just going to be random for now and start with the excommunication issue that was sparked by Nicholas D. Kristof […]