This is the time of year where we think about New Years Resolutions. I’m not a huge fan of the concept, but I have been convicted of something recently that I want to try to improve on this year. In our culture, we have this tendency to be outraged for the sake of being outraged. … Continue reading Ignore the Trolls
https://twitter.com/PatrickSvitek/status/820006132194361346 I have previously wrote about why Ted Cruz is not the person to lead the conservative movement forward. This thought did inspire me to think about what a potential 2020 Republican Primary would look like. Chances are that Trump is going to run again in four years. I would argue that no matter what he does … Continue reading The 2020 Republican Primary?
With the pending transition, I’ve been thinking about how I feel about President Obama’s time in office. I’m not a big fan of him policy-wise, but I nonetheless have a respect for him that is felt deeper in contrast to the incoming POTUS. I decided to break down specifically the Pros and Cons of the … Continue reading Pros and Cons of President Obama’s time in Office
In general, I believe the POTUS should get leeway in who he wants to serve in the cabinet. Thus, I think Senators, should they have a problem with the POTUS, should think carefully over who they want to vote against. A problem I have noticed with anti-Trump efforts is there doesn't seem to be any … Continue reading A Rundown of Trump Appointments
Per Buzzfeed: WASHINGTON — House Speaker Paul Ryan said Thursday that the House will vote to defund Planned Parenthood this year in the same reconciliation bill they’ll use to repeal Obamacare. That means Republicans will need just a simple majority of members to pass those measures. “Planned Parenthood legislation would be in our reconciliation bill,” … Continue reading News: Planned Parenthood Defund Gets A Major Boost
Lets start with the Wall Street Journal Article that kicked it off and pick out the interesting parts. Some Baptist pastors are considering cutting funds that flow from their congregations to the Southern Baptist Convention—or to its policy agency, which Mr. Moore heads—in a potentially dramatic rebuke Correct me if I'm wrong, but this would mean cutting off funds … Continue reading Russell Moore Round-up
Ohio has recently passed legislation banning abortions once a fetal heartbeat can be detected (around 6 weeks). John Kasich, the Governor of Ohio, is under a lot of pressure to veto this legislation. I would encourage dropping a note or making a call to the Governor's office to respectfully encourage him and let him know … Continue reading Action: Supporting a Post-6 Week Abortion Ban in Ohio