It is clear that a Trump presidency has awakened a sleeping giant, whose collective voice appears to only be a whisper of things to come.
Our biggest concerns should not his Twitter tirades, or petulant attacks, but the people manipulating him behind the scenes.
Should religious freedom take precedence over equal human rights? If so, whose religion, and which sect do we choose?
Your words are a death sentence. They don’t offer hope; they don’t give life.
We must propel our citizens to the forefront of globalization through education, opportunity, and social equality. If that makes me a “libtard,” so be it.
The political religious right is not longer the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Instead, they are removing protections from those in society who need them most.
People who feel deeply about their religion only need to believe they have God’s approval, backed up by their interpretation of the truth. Then, all bets are off.
Is your brain designed to seek new information or resist change? Would you believe that could determine your political leanings?
When there is fear, social progress ceases to exist.
As alarming as the current state of affairs is, “we the people” are still in charge of the destiny of our country.
If our ideals are about inclusivity, they shouldn’t change because they didn’t get elected into an office.
For better or worse, the 2016 election uncovered that we are a scared nation.
Today, we see Christian leaders falling all over themselves to get in a picture with a thrice-divorced county-clerk who tried to deny marriage licenses to gay couples; and, even more inexplicably, support a philandering, racist, and xenophobic presidential candidate.
Emotional manipulators twist words, reason, and common sense as a way to gain power and control, and confuse people they want to manipulate
To be honest, I couldn’t think any less of Donald Trump than I did at the beginning of his presidential bid.
Power hungry evangelical leaders have a candidate who exhibits the characteristics of the god they truly worship.