As the pandemic has drawn on (and on…and on…and on…), an interesting debate has emerged about the role of face masks – their effectiveness and their necessity. I will be the first to admit: I hate wearing face masks. I don’t like that it makes it more difficult to breathe, they are not comfortable, and … More Faith, Liberty and Face Masks
Americans head to the polls tomorrow for an election that many believe will be one of the most significant elections held during a non-presidential campaign year. Our nation has become increasingly polarized, and this election will be critical in determining the future course of our national policy. Stepping into this election, there are two important … More Why We Vote…Not How We Vote
I’ve noticed an almost universal reaction when the topic of the elections, especially the presidential election comes up. There is a sigh…sometimes the rolling of the eyes, and the statement: “I can’t WAIT for this election to be over.” Election exhaustion. We’re all there. It’s a long enough process as it is, but this year … More Who To Vote For?