According to the CBS poll Bernie Sanders is the most likely Democrat to defeat Donald Trump in the upcoming election. They have him as leading by four points at this time, although the same poll indicates fully two thirds of voters (including 90% of Republicans expect Trump to beat the Democrats in November.
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As the 2020 Census draws near, it is important that all residents understand the importance of ensuring an accurate population count. An accurate census count ensures that communities are represented when it comes to allocating funding and resources from the federal government – critical lifelines that assist communities and provide transportation, in frastructure, health services, education, community development, support for organizations that assist people in need, and much more.
Rhodes Scholar. Afghan vet. Mayor. An impressive resume, to be sure, but to have made the fantastic leap from local politics to the doorstep of the Oval Office – at the age of just 38 – seems altogether impossible without some serious behind-the-scenes connections. Let’s just cut right to the chase with a couple questions that the media has glaringly failed to consider about the top-polling Democratic presidential candidate. First, the most obvious one. How on earth does a young Midwestern mayor, regardless of his polished resume, jump to the front of the serving line, past hundreds of veteran politicians who have quietly nurtured presidential ambitions inside of the Beltway their entire lives? As The Economist emphatically stated this week, “Mr
So often you hear that Christians cannot judge others because of what Jesus said in the eighth chapter of the Gospel of John concerning the woman caught in adultery. When a group of Pharisees was ready to stone the adulteress to death, Jesus spoke up and said, “You without sin cast the first stone!” So many people believe Jesus is forbidding anyone to judge any thing, anytime, because everyone is a sinner. Permit me to add one word, a word that I believe does not change, nor add to, what Jesus said.