Can Prayer Influence Election Results?

In this hectic political season, it’s easy for those of us who follow both conservative politics and Judeo-Christian doctrine to lean towards politics. As I write this on the Sabbath, I find my mind drifting towards politics. The two don’t have to exist as mutually exclusive components in our lives. The separation of church and
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Jim DeMint Can’t Endorse a Candidate but He Basically Just Did

As President of The Heritage Foundation, a powerful conservative think tank, former South Carolina Senator Jim DeMint can’t endorse a GOP candidate at this time. So early in the race, it would be inappropriate and damage the credibility of his organization. However, he can tell Republicans what he would like to see in the next
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Will America Fall for Another Trump Air Sales Pitch?

He said he was a winner. He said, “Believe me, I’ll fix the problems and make us rich again.” He had bold ideas that were often considered to be taboo by the establishment. He pitched his successes in business as the core reason that he had what it took to be the strong leader they needed.
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Will Republicans Let the Media Dictate Who We Choose as Our Nominee?

There’s a disparity between what “We the People” want and what “They the Media” hope to create as the narrative. Ever since he won the Iowa caucus, Ted Cruz has been dismissed and attacked non-stop in a concerted effort by the Washington Establishment and the thought-manipulators of the mainstream media. They really hate this guy,
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The One Reason the Democrats Fear a Ted Cruz Nomination

Conventional wisdom tells us that Ted Cruz represents a far-right ideology that the Democrats would want to take on head-to-head. That’s what many pundits believe and even many political strategists for Republicans, but the Democrats know better. As much as it pains me to admit it, they’re better than Republicans at analyzing candidates and finding
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In Politics, You Need to Have Faith

Initially, I intended to wait until after the results of the Iowa caucus before writing this, but that doesn’t really match the tone. When you read this, you’ve probably already seen the results which is why the pre-caucus perspective is important when it comes to faith in the system and our leaders.
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Will Iowa Choose the Salesman or the Statesman?

On Monday, Iowa Republicans will cast the most impactful Presidential caucus vote that they’ve ever made. Some will try to downplay the importance, but the ebb and flow of the 2016 election will tilt dramatically based on whether Iowans decide they want the salesman Donald Trump or the statesman Ted Cruz.
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