Although the words "status quo" will not appear on any ballots this election cycle, voters will nonetheless be forced to make the binary decision between doubling down on the status quo by voting for Hillary Clinton, or pivoting toward meaningful change and a course correction for the country by voting for Donald Trump. 8, Congress should shut down the government, except for essential military or law enforcement personnel, on the first day after the 2017 inaugural unless and until the new president restores the republic by doing these five things.The 2016 race for the presidency will go down as the most unbelievable election in the history of the United States.I'll never forget during my early years as a college professor when I was told in no uncertain terms that I had been brought there to teach, not to raise the standard, and that I had better learn the difference between the two."Thank you for your service" has become the conventional way to greet a uniformed soldier you might meet in an elevator or in line at Starbucks.The battle between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump has turned nasty.But even more than turning nasty, it has shown a fundamental difference between conservatives and liberals.
Pastor John Mac Arthur: "No Christian can vote for a coalition--an earthly, powerful, social, political machine--that reverses that.
That sets out to punish those who do good and protect those who do evil.
Millennials make up a trillion-dollar demographic, according to a 2014 study by Accenture.
Their estimated spending is close to 0 billion, and they possess more than 20 percent of consumer discretionary purchase power.
When you see that, it's pretty clear who to vote for.
The current pattern of the Democratic Party is trending in the reverse direction of God's design for Government."In early 2013 upon leaving her post as Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton was required by law to turn over all work related emails to the State Department to assure she, and they, complied with public records laws and could appropriately respond to any Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests.