Tulsi Gabbard: Honorable Mention


In my recent post of democratic candidates, I left out, on purpose, the lower tier of those running simply because, well, none of them have a chance – or so I believe. One, I’ve mentioned here before though, I actually like. I don’t agree with many of her policy positions, with one exception: let’s end these endless wars, like Afghanistan. Let’s bring our troops home. Who is that? Tulsi Gabbard. Why am I giving her an Honorable Mention? Although she polls low, she still hanging in, for now. Her message is becoming more sophisticated, unlike some of the other candidates. Hoe do I know this?

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The Democratic Field is Not “Moderate”



I’m not a political junkie. Mostly, I ignore politics as much as. possible but this election year, I’ve been fascinated by those running for the Democratic nomination. I haven’t watched any of the debates because, well, those really aren’t debates and all they seem to be is. from the video clips I’ve seen is some softball questions thrown at the candidates the media want to advance, and for some of the others, either ignore them entirely or press them on questions they wouldn’t on their chosen ones. It’s interesting to hear how the media portray each of them, at least the so-called front runners, as if there’s a huge difference between some of them. Sure, there are differences, but they appear to me to be minor.

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It’s Okay to Criticize Christians


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If you’re a Christian, are you really? I recently read some posts on Twitter that told me that I shouldn’t refer to anyone that claims to be Christian as, well, not so much. I don’t want to go to far here. People believe what they want and Christianity is so diverse, there sre some denominations that may believe that theirs is the only true belief. So, yes, probably all of these people are in fact, Christian. But I don’t see it quite that way.

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