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Obama Hasn’t Changed His Position on Same-Sex Marriage

As you have probably already heard, the Obama administration announced this week that the president has decided that the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) is unconstitutional and he has instructed the Department of Justice not to defend the act in … Continue reading

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Vote in the Utah 2010 Primary Election – Information and Endorsements

This past weekend I received a phone call to my Google Voice phone number.  Since we were involved with a family wedding at the time, I let it go to voice mail.  The Google Voice service attempts to use voice … Continue reading

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“Socialize This” – White House Visitor’s Records Webpage Reveals Secret Agenda

The Obama Administration has updated the White House website to include visitors logs.  This is a wonderful development and even though I don’t generally agree with many of the things that the administration is doing, this kind of transparency should … Continue reading

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The Subprime Marriage Crisis – An Analogy Between Same-Sex Marriage and the Credit Crisis

In this post I intend to draw a controversial analogy between the subprime mortgage and credit crisis and the resulting economic upheaval and the potential societal upheaval that could result from the redefinition of marriage. To set things up, let … Continue reading

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My 2008 Presidential Endorsement

The impulse for corrective change in our national government is righteous. Everyone is sick of the corruption, the hypocrisy, and the failure of those whom we have selected as temporary stewards over our best interests. The politicians of the Republican … Continue reading

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