Saxman: Election Winners and Losers
A perspective from an experienced point-of-view
Jost: This Is a Message To My Republican Friends
Winning and losing campaigns … this is how it works in America. If you lose, you concede gracefully
Saxman: Post Election Observations
A bullet-point look at Election 2020
Homer: Yes, Christians Are Voting for Joe Biden: An Open Letter to the Christian Right
A response to every Christian that excludes any person of faith unless they vote for the Republican Party
Szymanski, Martinez: Big Government is Bad for Hispanic Small Business Owners
Making it easier for Hispanic small businesses to flourish by helping them instead of aggressively prosecuting them for unintentionally violating rules they did not know existed would help the local and national economy.
Homer: ‘Let’s Do Abortion Next’
Civility is lost, community is severed, and respect for the human you are disagreeing with becomes an un-crossable divide. Categorizing the issue of abortion into two categories – good and evil – dehumanizes those humans who disagree.
Baldwin: Debate Critique
My rant for today … I pray my sarcastic tone meets with your general understanding.
Hanger, Edmunds: Celebrating National Hunting & Fishing Day 2020
Recognizing America’s original conservationists on Saturday, September 26
Baldwin: Amanda Chase … Republican?
She is a populist candidate with absolutely no party affiliation
Brown: 7th District Dysfunction
The problem is an overcount of over 40 ballots that were cast in the biennial convention which also included a federal election nomination process for the 7th Congressional Republican nominee to challenge Representative Abigail Spanberger.