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Political Crack — Guest Angela Lindseth – 3/18/2016

Please welcome today’s guest writer, Angela L. Lindseth. Angela grew up in South Dakota on the family homestead. She has a geological engineering degree and a journeyman electrician license; however, thanks to her beautiful sister, Angela is writing full time. … Continue reading

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My Politics Don’t Define Me — Colleen – 12/19/2015

My Politics Don’t Define Me 19 December 2015 A local friend read my essay from last year about helicopter parenting, and afterward remarked that the piece had surprised her. I asked why. My politics, she said, did not jibe with … Continue reading

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Colleen 3/6/2015 – The Christian Thing to Do

The Christian Thing to Do 5 March 2015 There are few phrases I find more irritating than “it’s the Christian thing to do.” A person has a lot of nerve stating aloud that they’ve decided to do something because it … Continue reading

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