Monthly Archives: October 2004

Mandatory Split

I have thought for a long time about changes we could make to our political system and what they would mean in reality. I have a new one. I wonder what the effect would be if each state were required … Continue reading

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Longterm View

I have figured out the best reason to re-elect George Bush this year. I am under no pretense that everybody agrees with this idea, but I think few people have considered the unique opportunity that re-electing our current president provides … Continue reading

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Update on Busy-ness

I said that I could not plan a busier two weeks. Little did I know that there was more to come . . . I now have a job interview in the middle of AECT.

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Life Moves Along

I just got a response from the University of Missouri regarding my PhD application – they want to schedule a telephone interview. This is the final step in the application process and indicates that they think I am qualified based … Continue reading

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New Apostles

I think it is exciting and appropriate that we have a new apostle who is not from the United States. It reflects the growing maturity of the worldwide church. I wholeheartedly support Elder Uchtdorf and Elder Bednar.

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