One Person Can Make A Difference
How many times have you heard the voting excuse, “ah…one vote won’t make a difference!” Well, in Virginia it certainly did! Get this. A House Seat in the Virginia State Legislature was a perfect tie. That’s right. One more vote cast for either the Republican candidate, Del. David Yancey, or Democratic candidate, Shelly Simonds, would have decided the election. Initially, it looked like Republican candidate Yancey had won by 10 votes, however, after a recount Simonds was ahead
8 REASONS I WILL VOTE THIS ELECTION
1. I believe to whom much is given... I had nothing to do with the fact that I live in this incredible free country where I choose where to live, what to study and what to do with my life. It's all possible because of a simple but profound idea, "we the people" which is my privilege to vote. Surely I can do more for my country, but I can do no less than vote. 2. No vote - no complaints. If I don't care enough to take my opinions and my values to the voting booth to do what
"Or what king, going out to encounter another king in war, will not sit down first and deliberate whether he is able with ten thousand to meet him who comes against him with twenty thousand? And if not, while the other is yet a great way off, he sends a delegation and asks for terms of peace." (Luke 14:31-32) In the above passage, Jesus is talking about the cost of being one of his followers. In doing so, he paints an illustration of a king going to war. Jesus appeals to comm
What’s Happening on the South China Sea?
While George W. Bush was President, there was a Senator who was one of his most vocal critics. This vocal critic of Bush often criticized his foreign policies. A few years later the same critic, then Senator Obama, won the 2008 Presidential election and was chosen to lead the country and given the opportunity to run the foreign policy according to his views. As a result of this, America’s influence in the world has diminished and we see a number of problems for the smaller co
Why We Care
#BeKnown Our generation can make a difference and all over the country we have already started. Check out Maddie’s quick video from Regent University below.#elections #ChurchBeKnown #Millennials #BeKnown #church #millennials #election
Republicans: Party of the few?
182 voters gather for Republican caucus at Green Mountain Elementary school gym in Lakewood, CO. on Tuesday, February 7, 2012. Hyoung Chang, The Denver Post Senator Ted Cruz won the Republican Colorado primary – all 37 delegates –without a single vote being cast. The Republican Party in Colorado changed their rules in August 2015, doing away with traditional presidential preference poll – not even taking a vote from the people! A few people in the Republican elite in Colorad
Saturday I Did Something I had Never Done Before
Last Saturday I did something I had never done before. I went to my county’s Republican delegate convention at 7:45AM – yes on a Saturday it was that crazy. (My boyfriend also came with me winning major points because it was his birthday.) What I learned was simple – Republicans repel millennials. Here are 3 ways they do it so effectively. Ignore All Newcomers Under 50 years old. We made our way through the crowd of hundreds of people trying to find the right registration tab
Why I love Primaries!
The General Election is important – but primary elections are my favorite. It’s when we get to choose. If you’re in a Super Tuesday State don’t forget to vote today! Watch a quick video below explaining why it is my favorite. https://www.facebook.com/im2moro/videos/1111681068851040/?pnref=story #vote #election #principles #primaries
Bernie and You
WASHINGTON, DC – APRIL 30: U.S. Sen. Bernard Sanders (I-VT) speaks on his agenda for America during a news conference on Capitol Hill April 30, 2015 in Washington, DC. Sen. Sanders sent out an e-mail earlier to announce that he will run for U.S. president. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images) Check Out the Blog Below by Jonathan Decker that explains the policies Bernie Sanders Supports. https://jpauldecker.wordpress.com/2016/03/01/bernie-and-you/ Bernie Sanders is a socialist:
Truth Trumps “Truth will ultimately prevail where there is pains to bring it to light” (George Washington).* What is it about Donald Trump that’s catching the public eye, going viral on a variety of media outlets and startling admiration from many? He is who he says he is. That usually isn’t a top trait of presidential candidates. There are so many to please—donors, advocacy groups, parties, etc.—that often our presidential candidates hide what they truly believe in order to