Monthly Archives: March 2007

The problem with Obama

Bert Prelutsky has a great column titled A Lot of Reasons I Won’t Vote for Obama which begins this way: I have a friend who could very well be a speechwriter for Barack Obama. Although I consider her a liberal, … Continue reading

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Profiles in “courage”

Here is some of the latest “courageous” statements from leading candidates instructing us poor backward Christians in the finer points of “morality”: Meanwhile, Michael Crowley of The New Republic reports that both Obama and Hillary Clinton have now taken a … Continue reading

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A sense of perspective

The high-stakes war to stabilize the fragile democracy in Iraq is a serious, costly and controversial business. But so have been most conflicts in American history. We need a little more humility and knowledge of our past – and a … Continue reading

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