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Thursday, October 22, 2020

Darwin’s Evolution and our National Constitution

Long before Darwin was born, humanity was ruled by superstition. Men need not search for their origin because their religion provided them with the answers. It told them that they came to be because a supernatural Being or supernatural Conciousness brought them to existence.

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When the coattails are a skirt

Well, it turns out for now at least, that I was wrong in my last commentary. It is not Gov. Palin that will withdraw from the race – it was Sen. McCain who announced his withdrawal last night during his acceptance speech.

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Eight weeks to determine our future

Republican presidential nominee John McCain, buoyed by a unifying GOP convention and the spark of running mate Sarah Palin, plunged into a competitive, eight-week struggle with Democrat Barack Obama over which party can best bring change to Washington.

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Through the smokescreen of political rhetoric

So, it’s up to us, folks.

The balloons are popped, the fireworks are spent, grand acceptance speeches have been made. The elaborate Hollywood-type sets have been struck, the flags and strange hats are packed away, the country music CDs silenced. The conventions are over.

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McCain-Palin may be the GOP’s salvation

They are the ones we’ve been waiting for.

Arizona Sen. John McCain and Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin are poised to rescue the GOP’s core commitment to limited government. Alas, it has been stomped to pieces by top Republicans such as President Bush, former House leaders Dennis Hastert and Tom DeLay, Senate GOP chief Mitch McConnell, and his predecessor, Bill Frist.

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Palin’s first speech an unqualified success

The Democrats now know they have their hands full with Sarah Palin. If there was any doubt that the self proclaimed "hockey mom" governor of Alaska could hold her own in the national political arena, it was dispelled by her performance at the Republican National Convention.

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Are Americans ready for Sarah Palin?

John McCain caught a lot of voters by surprise with his choice of Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin as his running mate. Palin, who is less than two years into her term as governor of the 49th state, is younger than Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama.

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