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2020 General Election Voting Record

Don’t think I’ve ever voted so quickly in my life! Our ballots arrived in the mail on Thursday (I think), and as soon as I wrapped up my work day, I grabbed the WA state voter’s guide and started going through the ballot to cast my votes. About 30-45 minutes later, I was finished! Normally […]

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2020 Primary Election Voting Record

I’ve been tracking my own voting record (and publishing it here) for years as a way to make sure I’m not blindly following one party or one person. While I really dislike the existing two-party-dominated system, I generally think there are good ideas on both the conservative and liberal sides of the aisle. (And bad […]

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2018 General Election Voting Record

I’ve been tracking my voting record for many years, mainly as a self-check tool to make sure I’m not blindly supporting one party’s issues and candidates too heavily. I really believe that there are good (and bad) ideas and people in both major parties, and strongly support the growth and development of third-party options (and […]

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Hypocrites everywhere

RETWEET if you agree White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer used his first press briefing to lie to the American people He should RESIGN pic.twitter.com/opXrv7t5y5 — The Hummingbird (@Alifaith55) January 22, 2017 That’s very representative of the kind of things I’ve seen for the past 24 hours all over my Facebook and Twitter feeds. You […]

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WTF is with these Fidel Castro reactions?

I absolutely can’t believe that I’m writing a blog post about Fidel Castro. But I also can’t believe what I saw when I fired up the Twitter machine today and saw tweets from several world leaders and statesmen — all liberals, mind you — offering borderline praise for Castro after his death. Consider this from […]

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Random Thoughts on the 2016 Election

Let’s see if I can share my thoughts online here — on my own website — and avoid the wrath and threats that I’ve received on Twitter from both Trump and Clinton supporters. I’ll state this right from the start: I am not a Republican nor a Democrat. I haven’t voted for a Republican presidential […]

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