Tag Archives: citizenship

Solving the Water Problem

I live in Wyoming. We have lots of cattle. Beef isn’t just ‘what’s for dinner’, it’s what pays the light bill. So, I am not usually a fan of PETA. But their latest campaign has struck a cord with me. They … Continue reading

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Saving Marriage

At a certain age, mothers and fathers explain to their children that there are boys and there are girls. Boys and girls are different. For all of world history, in every civilization, boys have grown up to marry girls, and … Continue reading

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Sasse Class

I did a continuing education class last week on Herman Sasse, taught by the amazing John Pless. It was wonderful. The pure word of God, raining down on me for a whole week with practically no interruptions. I never realized … Continue reading

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Five Votes

I spent the day in Cheyenne, testifying before the House Judicial Committee. I learned a lot about how the political system actually works. For those who have seen House of Cards, that’s probably not too far off. It’s ugly. It’s … Continue reading

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Remarks to the Wyoming Legislature

The Wyoming legislature is considering a bill (HB0077) that would help insure that students in Wyoming are guaranteed their religious liberties while at school. These are the remarks I made at the committee hearing: The First Amendment guarantees that government … Continue reading

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The Tune Changes

For the last couple of years, the standard line has been, “Your life will not be negatively affected in any way.” Those words are not mine, they are from Same-Sex Marriage advocate Jessica Gearson, over at HuffPo. After all, don’t … Continue reading

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