A few weeks ago, the New York Times asked young evangelical readers to tell them about their relationship with faith and politics. Nearly 1,500 readers replied and while each personal story is different, each one has a common denominator: young evangelicals are questioning typical ties between evangelicalism and politics.
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In an interview with Axios, President Donald Trump stated he intends to sign an executive order to ban birthright citizenship.
People are completely overreacting to recent comments from actress Kristen Bell concerning the childhood fairy tale “Snow White and the Seven Dwarves.”
These thousands of children swept up in the system could easily have been you or me, and it is long past due for serious repairs to this broken system.
In the U.S., we as citizens have a unique power those of other nations have never held: the power of a vote. Within the next few weeks, those votes will be used to determine whether the Democratic or Republican party will hold control of the Senate and the House of Representatives.
Last month, Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill making California the first state to require public companies to have a minimum of one female on their board of directors. The purpose of this bill was to further establish gender equality in the professional sphere and “break the glass ceiling,” but for me, this legislation is a slap in the face.
It is important to try and keep athletes safe, but the line has inevitably been crossed in the NFL. No one wants to watch a game where the referees dictate every move. Let them play.