Monthly Archives: December 2010

Hello, Goodbye

As New Year’s Day approaches, we are all preparing to say hello to 2011 and goodbye to 2010. January marks the beginning of our next year, but it hasn’t always. Throughout history, vast swaths of land and peoples have been … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas!

Today is the day that we Christians celebrate the birth, in this world, of our Savior, Jesus Christ.  He is God’s Son and the “express image of His person” (Hebrews 1:1-4).  As we open our gifts to each other, we must … Continue reading

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2010 Census Results

Yesterday, the U.S. Census Bureau released the nationwide results of the 2010 census.  The country’s resident population stood at 308, 745,538 on April 1, 2010.  That is a 9.7% increase over the 281,421,906 reported during the last decennial count.  The … Continue reading

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Reshaping The Political Geography

One result of last month’s midterm election that has not been talked about much is its effect on congressional reapportionment and redistricting.  It is one of the consequences that made the election significant, but it was mostly lost in the … Continue reading

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This Duck Isn’t Quite Dead

The lame duck session of the 111th Congress began November 16th.  Lame duck sessions of Congress are the sessions that take place after an election takes place, but before the new Congress begins.  They are so named because like a … Continue reading

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