The Miracle Trail! God's Fellowship on the Campaign trail: Diary of Uncle Ed.'s campaign,
the lessons won, the victories granted!
Responses to media attacks
"Moderate Republicans" & Liberal Democrats: just the Symptom --Solve the Problem, and they will go away "There is a little "moderate Republican"
in all of us, and also a little "ultra conservative" in all of
us. ...there are positions you take which you expect are too unpopular to
succeed; so if someone else comes along asking your support for the same
position you have, you tell him he is stupid to think he will get anywhere,
and you leave him in the dust. So right there, you can relate to moderates,
and you can relate to ultra conservatives, all in the same example."
Script of a feature of the Uncle Ed. Show #269, which first
aired May 23 & 27, 2000 AD
Survey: Should political fliers be outlawed?
My Streaming, screamin' speech
at the Polk County Republican Convention March 4, 2000 AD!
Letter to pastors, regarding "Was Washington Right?" rally and TV witnessing
Clinton, Keyes & Me! "Mixing Politics & Religion" Transcript of my television
interview with President Clinton, and with Presidential candidate Alan Keyes.
The only difference is that my interview with the latter was with the REAL
Clear Choice June 6
God is letting you choose between two candidates which are as alike as two
candidates can be, except for one very important difference, so that the
basis of your choice will be very clear. Published
in The Dave Leach (State) Representative, May 2000 AD, distributed door
to door in House District #67, Des Moines' South Side
Non-Campaign stuff Bathroom
Humor in the News "We made fun of outsiders,
turning the innocent into our victims, just like your ad ridicules anyone
who doesn't appreciate your taste in music and disk jockeying. We didn't
realize we were hurting anyone, until later, when we grew up. "
Script of a feature of The Uncle Ed. Show #269, first aired
May 23 & 27, 2000 AD
Why Phonics is Such a Big Deal
English is a "phonetic" language, as compared with
a "pictograph" language like Chinese. But when the "rules
of phonics" (all the sounds of all the letters and letter combinations)
are not drilled until students know every single one of them (there aren't
that many to learn; a kindergartner can easily master them), our simple
phonetic written language is turned, in effect, into a complicated pictograph
"Separation of Common and Sense" Should we allow teachers to inspire their students with the highest
ideals they know, whatever they are? Or censor them, leaving students with
the lowest values society can tolerate?
long have Christians been like this? A brief history
of Christian politicall non-involvement