Day: October 27, 2006

Early Ballots

If you have early voting in your area, do it.  Vote early.  This will decease the chance of “incidents” happening on Election Day.  

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A weekend with the opposition

This might also be a bit ambitious for an initial foray, but I’m faced with an upcoming six days that are sure to be equal parts frustrating, enlightening, mystifying and educational. My wife and I grew up in Nebraska and have landed in Arizona, where we’ve lived for ten of the last 16 years. We both fall squarely into the liberal democrat camp, making us minorities in either state. My wife’s parents have arrived to spend the next six days with us and our kids. My father-in-law is a Republican, most of the time, but I can’t for the life of

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5 more today….

Five more U.S. soldiers died today in Anbar province, bringing the death toll for the month to 96. That’s a total that hasn’t been exceeded since January, 2005, twenty-two months ago. And what kind of administration response is there to this carnage? A change in semantics. Whether we were ever “stay-the-course” or not now seems to be the major discourse. But you know what? Whatever we were, or are, it’s not working! And we still haven’t heard the Bush administration utter a single new, original, different thought, about what we should do. We are apparently putting a lot of hope in

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Errington C. Thompson, MD

Dr. Thompson is a surgeon, scholar, full-time sports fan and part-time political activist. He is active in a number of community projects and initiatives. Through medicine, he strives to improve the physical health of all he treats.


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