Category Archives: A Little Background

The Roller Coaster of Healing and Christmas Magic

It’s been a while since I posted on this site. After the North Carolina voters passed Amendment One, I’ve been holding onto my seat as if it were the front car in a roller coaster ride. We’ve seen some excited … Continue reading

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Paul Stam and the Believers

It is important in any form of competition to know your opponent.  In sports, teams scout their opponents to assess their strengths and weaknesses.  In the law, attorneys research the skills of their adversaries to know what they are up against.  And … Continue reading

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Why is it important to join in the conversation?

There is much to talk about with respect to Amendment One, but the most important thing to do is to talk about it. If you don’t join in the conversation, you may not realize what you are missing about the implications … Continue reading

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How the Proposed Amendment Got On The Ballot, the Added Sentence and Other Issues

It takes a vote of 60% of each house of the North Carolina legislature for a proposed constitutional amendment to be put to the people for a vote. For many years, there were efforts to call the question in the … Continue reading

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Are the teams stacked in this vote?

Leave it to a former athlete to start with a sports analogy, but since we do have a contest on our hands, isn’t it appropriate to ask whether one team has been stacked too heavily against the other?  In other words, is … Continue reading

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Straight But Not Narrow

Welcome to a blog I created for the purpose of focusing on the truth of the proposed marriage amendment to the North Carolina Constitution. The title of this post, which matches the title of the user name selected for this blog, is to … Continue reading

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