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Choosing Sides In A Polarized America

Something that is readily apparent to everyone today is that the drama surrounding the current presidential election is polarizing our country more than ever before.  People want to know whose side are you on, and they are ready to passionately argue their stance, defend their position and even “unfriend” the person ...

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If Government Is To Keep Order, Why All The Chaos?

Authorities–the earthly “powers that be”–isn’t their purpose to maintain order in this world filled with sinful people roaming the earth? Laws are established to create civilized societies, yet we are driving 100 miles an hour toward a world of barbarism. Instead of establishing and keeping order, many appointed and elected ...

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Choosing Candidates Wisely

The first Republican Presidential Primary Debate is scheduled for August 6, 2015. While it is estimated that there may well be a total of 16 running in the primary by that time, Fox News has made a decision to include only the top 10 candidates, using the most current polls.  ...

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Choosing Your Candidate

The presidential election season has descended on us already. One by one, we hear of yet another hopeful, announcing a bid for the presidency. Special interest groups and lobbyists will soon flood the air waves and mailboxes enlightening us on who we should vote for and why. Before long there ...

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Does Integrity Matter in the Oval Office?

Even as news was breaking regarding the newly disclosed emails of our former Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton walked onto the stage at the EMILY’S List Gala. The news reports were explosive dark clouds of suspicion descending on the presumed fulfillment of her “Madam President” campaign launched in 2013. Even ...

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