Monthly Archives: August 2011

Vote Now and Vote Often

Gleefully liberated from The Blogora On this date in 1920, the 19th Amendment to the Constitution was ratified, giving women the right to vote. There had been strong opposition to woman suffrage since before the Constitution was drafted in the … Continue reading

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Holy Moly!

I’ve been on the hunt for a Jesus riding a dinosaur t-shirt since a conversation with Doc the other day during which she shared that her sister was astonished to find a huge statue of Jesus riding a dinosaur at … Continue reading

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Complacency and Passivity

For a country founded by protest, there are far too few activists in America. Rather than embrace the activism of our founders, today many Americans view protests and protesters as unlawful, disruptive, as angry and alienated. Recall the responses to … Continue reading

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Priorities

It’s refreshing to see that Texans have their priorities straight. A guest blogger at Think Progress writes that over 100,000 people showed up at convention center just seven miles down the road from Gov. Rick Perry (R) and The Response … Continue reading

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