Some of us ring bells. Some of us find another way to give:
Allow me to take a break from my regular political banter and tell you about an organization that could use our help.
It’s the holiday season: we rejoice in miracles and holiness at this time, enjoying family, food, friends, and festivities. As families, we gather to share time, love and traditions and create memories that last a lifetime.
The children at Carolina Children’s Home have often experienced the season quite differently. Home has frequently been a place of abuse, not hugs; neglect, not love; abandonment, not gathering.
This Christmas, let’s take these children into our family circle of caring. We can help create holiday magic and memories for the children and give them a holiday full of joy and love.
This week’s Pub Politics will be a little different. Sure, we will be drinking beer and talking politics. But this week Phil and I will also be raising money for the Carolina Children’s Home. Republican or Democrat, this is something we can all do to help people less fortunate than ourselves.
Let’s open our arms and welcome these children by making this opportunity part of our holiday plans!
Please go to https://rally.org/pubpolitics, click the “Give Now” button to the right and make a donation.
Thank you in advance for your generosity. Have a very Merry Christmas.
Wesley Donehue, that is. He and Phil Bailey are the hosts of Pub Politics. Which I’ve been on 7 times, you know.
Oh, that reminds me. Nathan Ballentine posted this on Twitter on Wednesday:
“enjoyed my 2nd appearance on @pubpoliticslive (Episodes 3 & 83). A long way to go before I reach # of appearances by @BradWarthen.”
Poor Nathan. He does his best. He should set his sights lower, so as not to be frustrated…