September 2008

In order to vote in this, or any other election, you MUST be a registered voter.  This election is an historic election for many, many reasons.  One of the most critical issues, is the preservation of the definition of marriage to be between a man and a woman.  To be able to vote for that preservation by voting Yes on Proposition 8, you have to be a registered voter.  Here are a few easy steps you can take to determine if you are registered, and what to do if you are not registered. (more…)

Update ( 9/10/08 3:40 p.m.) Having taken some heat in the comments that somehow I am biased in my analysis of Sarah Palin lying to the American public (or even for the tone of this post or the campaign), I have supplemented some of the links I included in my original post (particularly as to Sarah Palin’s lies), with these additional links that follow immediately below.  The rest of my post remains the same: (more…)

My last two posts, here and here, now quite some time ago dealt with the First Presidency letter read in Sacrament meetings all over California last June.  I am pleased to see that since that time from what I have heard and observed, California saints all over the state have heeded and continue to heed that call, with their time, talents, and means.  Tens of thousands have walked and continue to walk precincts and make telephone calls. (more…)