I grew up in one of those Judeo-Christian homes that apparently strike terror in the hearts of the likes of Betty Friedan, Alan Grayson and Kathryn Joyce. My parents never had sex until they got married to each other. Theirs is an enduring...

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Wednesday, May 28, 2008

New Links

I've just added two links: Exploring Homeschooling

94% of homeschoolers keep the faith and 93% continue to attend church after the high school years. But a shocking 75% to 85% of Christian children sent to public school drop out of church, and do not hold a Christian worldview after high school graduation.

and Government for the People.

The latter was passed along to me by 2006 sheriff candidate Ken Massey, and I love it. Every major election season, the Jacksons distribute the following questionaire to each judicial candidate. Answers are returned in paragraph form, giving voters something to go by!

1. Please describe your qualifications to be a Los Angeles Superior Court Judge.

2. Why do you want to be a Los Angeles Superior Court Judge?

3. Do you consider the U.S. Constitution to be a living document?

So if you live in LA County, please look into this excellent resource before you cast your vote next week!

And don't just check off the names recommended on the front page, either. Use the 2008 June Primary link, read up on the candidates, and if you'd like to dig a little further, you can access many of their responses to the questionaire from 2006 (under 2006 Judges Primary).

*(edit)Here's another website with information on the judges running.

Happy surfing!

Happy voting, too.

Monday, May 19, 2008

What Dad Is Reading to Us

Oh, if you're looking for something interesting to read, To Have and to Hold, by Mary Johnston, 1899, is proving to be interesting. Despite the title, it contains at least as much action/adventure as it does romance. And the characters are splendidly (and respectively) admirable, lovable and detestable.

The vocabulary is intimidating (or so I've been told). The only thing I would change- well, any time there's a lull in the action, the scenery is colored blood-red.

Overall, it's a satisfying read. Ask 2of14 if you could borrow it.

Don't Ask Why

...we are having ANOTHER primary election. But, we are.

Guess it'll give me something to do with my free time.

(I have free time?)

Sunday, May 18, 2008

The Revolution Continues...

Voters of the 60th Assembly District, California, who appreciate freedom and liked Ron Paul's message will be pleased to write in Tom Vinson and Christopher M. Dortignac for Republican County Central Committee.

We will not go away.