I didn’t make it on the call until it was almost over due to getting back late from an appointment. I caught the last 7 minutes of a call that lasted 22 minutes. When I got on, Suzi was discussing home schooling and explaining their reasoning was not religious but based on the feeling that they would be able to do a good job of schooling their kids.
She was then asked about blogs, which she did not know existed until Paul ran for Congress. She stated she doesn’t have much time to get on and read, much less […]Full Story... →
As expected the Voter Suppression Bill (House Bill 3) passed largely along party lines, with Republican Tim Grendell the only person to swap sides. 22-11, with all Dems voting against it. ONN reports some against the measure wore orange sashes, but were ordered to turn them around. Enthusiastic applause was also gaveled down and expulsion threatened for those who would dare involve themselves in the political process. Good for them. This will be interesting to see how things play out at the county level and what affect this will have on elections.
Concessions, er, um, changes in the bill […]Full Story... →
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