This post is very detailed. It contains a great deal of heavily referenced information. I walk you through a lot of important facts. If you don’t need the details about why we should not support Betsy DeVos, you can simply read my ultra short: ¡Call to Action! post. Naturally, I’m partial to this … Continue reading
I managed to get to the last little bit of the Sacramento March and Rally last Saturday, January 21. It was inspiring. Here are a few pictures from the day.
Physical, cultural, national-origin, immigration status, and religious … Continue reading
This brief video message from Senior Author, Sharon Hambrick.
It’s 11:57 p.m., Thursday, January 19, 2017, California time, as I write this. As I type the next paragraph or two, this day will become tomorrow, January 20, 2017. Inauguration Day.
I am in deep mourning.
I did not believe during the primary season that Donald Trump would become the Republican nominee. I believed strongly (foolish me!) that the vertebrate … Continue reading
CNN’s Donna Bash interviewed Mike Pence on Wednesday, January 18.
Let that thought settle for a second, please. Yes, that Mike Pence and that CNN—the megagigantic news outlet that Donald Trump referred to as fake news, while refusing to take a question from CNN’s Jim Acosta last week.
Mike Pence’s … Continue reading
For years, Mike Pence has described himself thusly: “I’m a Christian, a conservative, and a Republican–in that order.” There is unending material in those few words, and one could, if one was so inclined, do an entire series of articles on them. For now, however, just a short post.
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When you prioritize something above everything else, when you bow down to something or someone to the exclusion of everything and everyone else, that is worship. If that worship isn’t direct to God, it’s idolatry.
What began in the 1970s with the “Moral Majority” as a marketing campaign has become nothing more and nothing less than idol worship.
Christian “shepherds” … Continue reading
Mike Pence, in a video he has widely disseminated among the evangelical Christian community, speaks of himself as “…a Christian, a conservative, and a Republican, in that order.”
The fact that he does not bother to mention “American” is telling. Perhaps he overlooked it, or perhaps it is simply not important … Continue reading
We would like to introduce a new author to PenceWatch.US : Steve Krodman. From his bio:
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Steve Krodman spent his formative years in Massapequa, New York, a town that was also the home of Jerry Seinfeld, the Baldwin brothers, Carmine Gambino, and Joey Buttafuoco. He studied chemical engineering at Princeton University, receiving his BSE degree in 1974. Retired after toiling