I just got through reading Erick Erickson’s open response to the varying Christians’ declaration that Donald Trump is the chosen leader by God to make our country a nation great again. And like Erickson, I find their conviction disturbing at best. They often cite the biblical stories of David, Cyrus, and Saul of Tarsus who became Paul. I think the email that Erickson received put it best, “You, of all people, who are studying the Bible, KNOW about CYRUS, DAVID, SAUL OF TARSUS, etc. were used for God’s purposes! God can even use a donkey” (emphasis is the original authors).
If you had asked me back in July after the Republican National Convention who I was going to vote for, I would have told you without equivocation that I was voting for Ted Cruz by writing him in. My support for Cruz was not something that I took lightly. When I first took note of his candidacy, I was hesitant. I thought to myself, who is this first term Senator with not much experience at the federal level or the executive level to think he is the best man for the job. But I was willing to investigate him. I
The election isn’t even over and Mark Levin is already calling for the impeachment of Hillary Clinton. This is yet another example to me of how the Republicans have already conceded this race. And I agree with Levin and others who want to impeach Clinton if she is elected. However, as much as I want it to happen, I know that it won’t happen. You could remove all other infractions that she can be proven guilty of and we should be able to impeach her on Benghazi alone. Her gross negligence regarding the lives of American soldiers in such a
Well, for the first time I was actually able to watch about 30 minutes of the debate. What can I say, I am a busy father of six who also volunteers for my church. As I watched the debate, one thing became clear to me. There isn’t much difference between these two candidates. If you listened to either of them and their campaigns they will try to get you to believe that they are different. However, the fact is that most of the information you hear that you should vote for me because I am not as bad as the
I don’t think I have ever seen this before. With Donald Trump being almost double digits behind Clinton in the race, it seems that everyone had given up. Republicans are making plans for a post-election Clinton presidency. They are looking to regroup and prepare for 2020. Okay, I confess, I follow a lot of conservative social media outlets. And as such my info may be biased. But when there is one of the top conservative commentators already planning an exit from the Republican Party before the election is even over. It’s has to be a little dire. I will admit,
When I am not a fan of the Republican candidates that are available to vote for, I tend to lean towards the Constitution party candidate. Their party platform is the closest to my political leaning and I know that if they were elected that I could feel confident that they would make and support laws that would reflect my ideology. Recently, Glenn Beck gave his endorsement of Darrell Castle, and I understand why, but I want to review his platform myself. Perhaps the best place to learn about a candidate in the 21st century is to look at the website