Tag Archive | Mitt Romney
I’ve been thinking about politics a lot lately. I listen to a lot of talk radio. It seems that people are divided about Mitt’s recent bashing of Donald Trump. One ultra-conservative talk show host said he supported Mitt in 2012, and was absolutely ashamed of him now. Today’s Op-Ed in the Deseret News is takes the […]
Never mind that midterm elections are just over a month away, let’s start speculating about 2016! There is increasing speculation that Mitt will run for president in 2016. Does this mean the Mormon Moment will be revived? The Washington Post gives a timeline that Mitt is backing down from his denials. After the Mitt Documentary […]
This week is the Sundance Film Festival, and one of headlining movies was Mitt: The documentary (it’s now available on Netflix.) Don’t forget to participate in the LDS Film Festival coming up Feb 5-8.) I’m curious if any of you have seen it?
“Remember the worth of souls is great in the sight of God” (D&C 18:10). But how much is a soul worth? Freakonomics tries to answer the question. For those of you unfamiliar with Freakonomics, it was originally a book written by two Steves: Dubner and Levitt. Levitt is an economist for the University of Chicago […]
caption id=”attachment_1361″ align=”alignleft” width=”236″ caption=”Huntsman or Romney”][/caption] Apparently it is not too early to start speculating on the 2012 election. Ambassador (and returned missionary) to China, Jon Huntsman organized a visit by Chinese President Hu Jintao on Wednesday. Even the Wall Street Journal is curious about Huntsman’s presidential aspirations. Asked about Huntsman’s presidential aspirations, “I’m sure that him having […]