Number Fifty-One

Tealiberasophoterianistic Perspectives


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James Henry Tschannen holds a B.M. in Guitar Performance and M.A. in Music. While all contributors to this blog love music and love playing various instruments, James is actually good at it. He is also unique to this group in that he is genuinely a liberal.

Jesse Phillips is a pastor, programmer and political activist in Orlando. He is the founder of Citizen2Citizen and director of the Restore Justice Campaign. His passion is to encourage people to take seriously their responsibility to be active in our constitutional republic, in order to preserve our freedom to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ.  He holds a B.S. in Computer Science and graduated Sovereign Grace Ministries Pastor’s College.  Jesse is about as far from being liberal as one can get.

Alex Couch is wrapping up his B.A. in History with an eye towards heading into Law. He has been involved in the underground band scene in Orlando for years, with The Sweet Kisses and Generation Letter being the bands he was (or in GL’s case, is still) with the longest. He will passionately argue for many things, including poker as a legitimate, healthy past time.

Joey Phillips is a finance manager for ProVision IT, this blog’s sponsor. He holds a BA in Philosophy (with a minor in Business so he would have at least a little practical knowledge). He coaches high school basketball and plays bass for Metro Life Church and a couple local bands. He has a lovely wife and beautiful little baby girl.

Jake Phillips is an IT manager despite having no computer skills, and a social critic in his spare time despite have no credentials to be one. He is currently finishing up a B.A. in History at UCF, and is considering post-grad work in either History or Law.


Written by Jake Phillips

May 10, 2011 at 8:55 pm

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  1. You guys need titles by your names, like “Jesse Phillips – Liberal Judge Ouster” and “James Henry – Communist” etc.

    Josh Phillips

    May 20, 2011 at 7:25 pm

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