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Monthly Archives: February 2010
Yesterday I had the pleasure of attending Keith Fimian‘s Prince William Campaign Kickoff at Guiseppe’s Italian Grill in Haymarket, Virginia. Who is Keith Fimian? Well, it is my hope this man will be the 11th Congressional District’s next Congressional Representative. This post is about … Continue reading
When I was younger, I thought of the Pharisees as them, and I condemned them for their vanity and pride. Then I realized that Jesus had held up the behavior of the Pharisees as an example. So now when I read about the Pharisees I am no longer … Continue reading
The battle to protect ourselves from government-run health care continues. Here in Virginia, that battle centers on HB 10, the Health Care Freedom Act. Here is the latest update from Delegate Bob Marshall. He needs your help. Protect Your Health Care … Continue reading
Propaganda depends upon two reliable constants. We are lazy. Too many of us do not bother to dig for the facts. We are biased. Too many of us will readily believe any lie which agrees with our beliefs. Our news media is biased. We also … Continue reading
Supposedly, Delegate Bob Marshall said God punishes some women who’ve had abortions by inflicting their subsequent children with disabilities. Did you want to know what he really said? To defend himself Marshall has posted a video of the press conference where it is alleged he … Continue reading