Do Christians have an obligation to vote for one party over the other? Or do Christians have other obligations?
The wounds from the 2000 election, and from the second Clinton term that preceded it, have never healed and have fueled the acrimony that has dominated the political landscape ever since.
Both candidates and their parties should renounce violence before the election.
Georgia is the key to the Senate and the White House, and Tuesday is the day we will know.
If we can’t trust the polls, and we can’t trust the media, and we can’t trust the president, who is left to trust? Nobody.
What happens in a Biden Administration depends on how the battle for Congress turns out.
If we destroy the election because we don’t like the outcome, we’ve done more damage to the nation than either candidate could ever do from the White House.
Joe Biden has made it abundantly clear that he believes he has been wrong on nearly every position he’s ever taken. Make sure you follow that – it’s not that Republicans say Biden has been wrong, it’s that Biden says he’s been wrong.
And Tuesday, November 3, they think America is going to hand them carte blanche to do as they please.
The left, and their co-conspirators in the media, promote diversity of countenance, but forswear diversity of thought.
President Trump’s response to Coronavirus has been a major weakness of his campaign.
Is this election more like 2016 or 2012? Or is it a different animal altogether?