Month: <span>August 2020</span>

From what I remember from my high school social studies and history classes, voting is more of a privilege than a right. That’s how it came across to me anyway. The truth is that it was both: a right under our Constitution and a privilege because, as the world’s most respected Democracy at the time, […]

For what does it profit a man to gain the whole world and forfeit his soul? — Matthew 16:26. I know I’m on thin ice here, because we’ve all been warned that conversations about religion or politics never seem to end pleasantly. When you combine the two, it could be argued that you are doubling […]