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Political Change in the Works

June 22, 2016


Distrust in government is at a record high, resulting in voter turnout in many recent primaries that was higher than normal. And for all this distrust of Washington and for all the anger in both Democratic and GOP campaigns about the “rigged system,” the result is two “outsiders” are presenting the image of a new […]

Trusting the Power of the People

June 6, 2016


Political parties are seldom beloved, but they keep the fires of politics burning when the people are busy with their lives. However, every two years the people decide who will lead them. Normally they are concerned with raising the young, securing food and shelter, and pursuing happiness. You and I might carry around ideas about […]