Monthly Archives: November 2012

We Should Experience That On Which We Opine

This post is fully attributed to Paul Schiefer. Paul is a friend of a friend of a friend on Facebook and this found its way circuitous way to me.  Being one of those who really jumped in the fray on Facebook … Continue reading

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Did Florida Matter In The End?

Yesterday, I posted a short piece about the Electoral College and it’s apparent disenfranchising of the votes of many.  It appears we have a text book case this year with Florida.  The totals reported on politico.com as of 7:45 AM … Continue reading

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Grace After The Election

In three days, the United States will decide who resides at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue for the next four years.  In my four and half decades I am not familiar with any presidential election as heated as this one. And I … Continue reading

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