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Back to Politics – answering a common objection

A few nights ago in a popular chat channel, we began a brief discussion on why we should vote based on principles rather than on the outcome. Many agreed that in essence voting for Bush would be voting for the lesser of two evils. I proposed that voting for the lesser of two evils is(…)

From Politics to Soccer

What a tight race for the lead of the Brazilian Soccer Tournament! With only 8 rounds to go, Sunday’s matches put the the top 6 fighting desperately for a chance to win this title. On the other hand, this round has plunged certain teams nearer and nearer to falling down to Division II next year.(…)

The Constitution Party on the Family

Strong families are the essential building blocks of a strong, moral and just community. But America’s families today are under constant attack by federally funded programs that are dangerous and unconstitutional. Government schools are drugging and “dumbing-down” our children making them dependent and compliant. The Constitution Party encourages faithful fathers and mothers to train their(…)

What Others Say: On Wasting your vote By Robert Bird

“True conservatives should jump while they still can.” Conservatives (which is becoming an increasingly murky term) are almost unanimous, if they are honest, in their agreement that their cause is currently dead in the water. The reasons are complex, but a few might be possible to identify. First of all, they have a president who(…)

What about the unborn?

I surely wasn’t expecting all the e-mails on this last blog. It seems that if you don’t vote for Bush then you are not on God’s side. Listen, it’s not about the votes, it’s about principles. Covenantnews.com top story relates the following: An independent study by an ethics professor at Fuller Theological Seminary who is(…)

Michael Peroutka as President. Why not?

I can’t tell you how many people have told me to not vote for Peroutka because voting for him is worthless. In fact, just last night a dear friend e-mailed me and said in essence, “he seems to be a good option but voting for him is fruitless.” The heart of the question is usually,(…)