Month: November 2008

Inauguration Day Precedents


A Short History Lesson President Washington observed, “Many things which appear of little importance in themselves and at the beginning may have great and durable consequences from their having been established at the commencement of a new federal government.” With this in mind, he… Continue Reading “Inauguration Day Precedents”

Time is a limited resource


I signed up to participate in NaNoWriMo this year. My mind has been so preoccupied with other things and I haven’t written anything! I only have 24 days left to write 50,000 words. It ain’t gonna happen. But I am going to write as… Continue Reading “Time is a limited resource”


Ideologically, I couldn’t be more opposed to an Obama/Biden administration. Yet… As an American, I couldn’t be more proud. America is a great country. This is an amazing moment in our history and I’m going to enjoy it and bless God for it. Ads

Something for the kids


Print out your own electoral college map that you can color in as the returns come in tonight. I doubt that our children will stay up late enough to finish their maps. They’ll still enjoy coloring it in Wednesday. Ads

Election Day — A Day of Firsts


For the first time in my voting life I had to wait in line. Karl woke all of us early this morning so that we could get to our polling place when it opened. Hundreds of others in our community had the same idea.… Continue Reading “Election Day — A Day of Firsts”

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