Choosing Clinton is Like Pascal’s Wager

“For a progressive, how you reconcile conflicting truths about Clinton depends, to some extent, on how much you empathize with her. Supporting Clinton means justifying the thousands of concessions she’s made to the world as it is, rather than as we want it to be. Doing this is easier, I think, when you are older, […]

What Churches Can Learn from Sanders’ Campaign

Don’t get me started on “giving kiosks” in churches. Merianna made an interesting connection between Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign and the need for churches to also be aware of the the zeitgeist in the air (particularly among younger Americans): “Bernie’s average donation is just $27. He hasn’t concentrated his efforts and energies in the megadonor, […]

Our next president will be a Republican…

“If any of those three is the nominee then — so long as the Democrats keep Hillary in the race — the Republican will win the presidency. Clinton’s flaws are simply too heavy a lift for a majority of the American people to carry.” Source: Judd Gregg: The finish line | TheHill A few months […]