As I noted previously, just as Colin Powell called out the time of death for the McCain candidacy for President, his opponent’s V.P. candidate, Joseph Biden, got out the paddles and yelled “Clear.” In essence, though McCain is probably still going to lose, Biden’s statements gave some doubt that even Biden himself desires such an [...]
Archive for October, 2008
Updated: See below. Now that Colin Powell has probably given the coup de grace to the McCain/Palin candidacy, I am going to take some time to review or give my postmortem on this year’s Presidential Election. (Though barely a day after Powell pulled the trigger, Joe Biden dove in front of the bullet—but I will [...]
My last post discussed some of the rather strong reasons against Christians voting in secular elections. It also discussed the alternative of Christians voting for a third party candidate who has no chance of winning but accords the most with their ideals. Though some of the reasons given in that post may have seemed spurious, [...]
Voting season has come to the American shores. Again, I chose, among a set of people I would not wish to lead me to the ice cream store, just which one gets my vote…or if I should vote at all. It may be surprising, in view of the last few decades, but the connection between [...]
Inspired by a comment by R. J. Rushdoony
Based of course, on the “Silent Scream” movie a few decades back..