Tag Archive | voting

Vote Third Party

Vote Third Party

I’ve seen the sentiment several times lately, from both my liberal friends and my conservative friends, that even though they’re not really on board with their party’s candidate options, they’ll vote along party lines because this election is “too important” to let the “other guys” win. I’ve written before about how politics is no longer […]

Voting Against The Other Guy

Voting Against The Other Guy

This week, here in Arizona, was voting day for the Republican primaries. I’m registered independent, so I didn’t vote, but I tend to vote conservatively, and I normally try to keep up with what’s going on. Most voting years, I’m on the front lines of the debates, at least in my mind, hearing what the […]

Renegade Project – Intro and Index

Tomorrow I launch the Renegade Project, what you might call a Democratic Adventure. Remember those “Choose Your Own Adventure” books? I loved them as a kid. So a couple years ago when a friend of mine started a community one on Writing.com, I jumped on the bandwagon. Like any neighborhood OCD variety, ideas sprouted and […]

The New NAF Member

Most of the readership here may not realize that I’m the person who founded NAF back in January and now I serve as Admin.  That’s fancy talk for saying, I have to put up with the eccentricities of a whole community of moody, quirky, and headstrong authors who are all very talented and all very […]