Ann Carole Tremain Smith
- The views expressed here are solely my own, are a work in process, will change over time, & don't necessarily reflect views of any specific person (husband, family, friends) or entity (employer, church, school) associated with me.
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Tag Archives: politics
I’m no longer outraged by Trump. Rather I’m consistently outraged and disillusioned with all those who continue to overlook, excuse, ignore, and enable all he is doing to undermine our republic. I’ve always been a political moderate, and I have … Continue reading
It’s my honor to know 3 young women who have shared transparent and very vulnerable stories this past week. Their stories may be yours, or very similar, or they may not resonate at all. As humans we need empathy for … Continue reading
I am with her. I am excited about her. A woman President, finally?! I am not a one issue voter. I will never be. To me this election is a no-brainer because any so called fringe threatening the Democratic Party … Continue reading
Some things regarding politics and Christianity seem so obvious to me. Such as, hateful and mean rhetoric is not something Jesus espoused, yet it permeates political speech. Or, how does ‘love your neighbor as yourself’ not translate into a generosity … Continue reading
…not the majority. Often too much time is spent demonizing a program that is literally life to so many people. It is all too easy to condemn something if you have no personal investment. Get to know a poor person … Continue reading
Alli, according to Ann. The first one, of many, that came to mind was my beautiful, passionate, all or nothing daughter, Alexandra. She is now 25, but she came into her own through unbelievable tragedy at age 14. She has … Continue reading
It’s no secret that mainstream Christianity is viewed as judgmental, hypocritical, and often Republican. If you do not know that, then maybe your circle of friends/acquaintances & those who believe differently than you is way too small. This whole idea … Continue reading