Opinion: Mike Pence is a Leader and a Loyal Right-Hand Man

In the current frenzied and energetic Trump administration, Vice President Mike Pence has been a loyal second-in command that has exemplified poise, character and Christian integrity. Pence began his political career by practicing law and leading the Indiana Policy Review Foundation, a nonprofit conservative think tank and educational institute. He then began a popular local radio and television broadcast known […]

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Opinion: Kamala Harris is Leading the Way for Progressives

Born and raised in the Bay Area, Sen. Kamala Harris epitomizes much of what California politics have to offer. Conservatives, who often ridicule California for its liberal culture, adamant environmentalism, social permissiveness and economic restrictions, may find it tempting to heap most of the blame onto Harris, and they would not be entirely wrong to do so. When noting her […]

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Opinion: Someone’s Religious Beliefs Should Not Disqualify Them From a Position

Although Christians typically define faith as “the substance of things hoped for and the evidence of things not seen” (Hebrews 11:1), the dictionary defines faith as “a system of religious belief.” Typically, a devout Hindu, Christian and Muslim would all be considered individuals of faith. Not because they share the same faith, but rather because in some way, shape or […]

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Opinion: Biden is a Loyal Democrat Holding to His Party’s Platform

Senator and former Vice President Joe Biden has been a longtime Democrat who has found himself as the candidate of a shifting Democratic party in the 2020 Presidential Election. Biden began his career by practicing law in Wilmington, Delaware and won an election for the New Castle County Council, according to his presidential campaign website. In 1972, Biden ran for […]

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Opinion: Protests are not the Only Reason NBA Ratings are Failing

Sports, more so than possibly any media product, is the most unifying and symbolic piece of American culture. Throughout American history, the teams and athletes, the victories and failures, the spectacle and the drama all serve as a mirror of the American psyche. Americans often fall into the temptation to interpret political events through the lens of sports and vice […]

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Hattie’s Hangout: Scripture Trumps Man’s Opinion, Never Going Out of Style

Witnessing the complete abandonment of Scripture from the pulpit/stage strikes my heart with sadness. Unfortunately, this happens more than I want to admit.  As a new generation of pastors begins to take leading roles at churches across the country, a shift to topical preaching has ushered in with them. Despite being used as a tool to further a congregation’s understanding […]

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Opinion: Voting Third Party Diminishes The Impact of Your Vote

As American politics has become a divisive dichotomy of a two party-system, voters have the option to vote  for a third party, rather than the traditional Republican or Democratic presidential candidates. Although third-party voting seems like a protest or neutral stance to the traditional two-party system and their respective candidates, voting for a third party in a presidential election is […]

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Opinion: Pence Won the Vice Presidential Debate

The presidential election of 2020 is less than a month away, and with that comes the first (and only) vice presidential debate of this election. In this debate, the vice presidential candidates had the potential to convince voters why they should support one candidate over the other after a tumultuous presidential debate a few weeks beforehand.  During the presidential debate, […]

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Hattie’s Hangout: The Unanswered Question, “Will you pack the court?”

A floating question tossed around at both the Presidential and Vice Presidential debates remains to be unanswered. “Will your administration pack the court?” The deafening silence coming from the Biden/Harris campaign seems to answer that question loud and clear: Yes. No amount of awkward laughter can allow Kamala Harris to hide from the question that many are wondering will happen […]

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