Florida and North Carolina could give clues about the nature of the election.
How about reforming the way we vote? If we are all honest for a few minutes – and maybe that’s just asking too much – we can agree that the way we vote is a mess.
My hot take on early election news is that you should ignore all hot takes, including this one.
New Hampshire’s Secretary of State is predicting up to 80% turnout for the 2020 presidential election. The highest U.S. voter turnout in over a century is around 68%, and that was in 1900. The Granite State is poised to see at least 800,000 votes by the end of the day, with local clerks having received …
The scriptures, rightly applied, should be used to shape every aspect of our lives.
Regardless of the outcome, the riots will happen, and suits in Washington D.C. and on cable news will blame them on President Trump.
Reagan and Bush rose above the crises that threatened to render them one-term presidents. They were aided in large part by their grace, humility, and the sympathies of their political opponents.
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.