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Was Voter Fraud the Reason for Obama’s Election? One Hypothesis

About a month before the election I predicted a Romney landslide–if the election was fair.

I detailed a handful of reasons for why I believed that would be the case.  In particular, I felt the 2010 midterm elections and the statewide support for the GOP candidates even in locales such as Wisconsin, which not only voted for Governor Walker and Supreme Court justice David Prosser, but re-elected Walker in his recall election, which you may remember was only just this last summer.   And that’s in Wisconsin!

The results of this election were perplexing to me.  Obama won but the … continue reading...

Bubblegum and Suckers a short children’s story for adults

Bubblegum and Suckers

A Children’s Book for Adults

(Illustrations to come?)

Copyright 2010, Anthony Horvath, All Rights Reserved

I originally wrote this almost a full year ago but it seems to remain relevant and even though the ‘Father’ alluded to in the last paragraphs is drawing closer (ie, the last election), it is my view that he has not yet quite arrived.


Bubblegum and suckers, fudge and cookies for all! This among other things was their rallying cry and no one can cry louder than seven and eight year olds deprived of supper and sleep. A sleepy populace heeded their… continue reading...

Transforming the Culture by Transforming People: Apologetics

I have been harping on this for some time, now, but a friend exposed me to Barna’s latest polling about the election which measured how Christians voted.

In brief:

  1. The Republican challenger generally won over a majority of people whose beliefs reflected a conservative Christian faith. For instance, he won 57% of those who strongly believed that the Bible is totally accurate in all the principles it teaches; 61% of adults who strongly affirmed a personal responsibility to share their religious faith with others; 63% of those who believe that Satan is a living, influential force; 64% who contend that
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