Tag Archive: election 2020

A response to John Piper on the election

I respect and admire author and pastor John Piper, but his recent column “pondering the implications of the 2020 election” has not persuaded me against voting for Donald Trump next week. As I… Continue reading

This is not a popularity contest

It is always better to be vulgarly right than politely wrong. So said statesman and lexicographer Noah Webster. For me, this pithy saying encapsulates our choices in the 2020 presidential election. It shouldn’t… Continue reading

The sheet anchor of our liberties

I have always said, I always will say, that the studious perusal of the sacred volume will make better citizens, better fathers, and better husbands. (1) So said our third president, Thomas Jefferson,… Continue reading

It’s the one thing

Ask the average man or woman on the street what’s the one thing most necessary for securing freedom and you’ll likely get one of two answers: less government control more government control But… Continue reading

The soul of Old Joe

Joe Biden talks a lot about “the soul of the nation.” I’m very interested to know how he would characterize the nation’s soul.  Of course, nations per se don’t have souls; people do.… Continue reading

A Jew and a Catholic walk into a primary…

Jesus in politics. It does seem kinda’ weird. His mission here on earth was not at all political, but personal. He came to change and to save people, not a system of government.… Continue reading

Election menus are limited

Some people seem to think that choosing a president is like choosing a meal a la carte from a vast menu with limitless possibilities. As if one could customize a candidate who shares… Continue reading