“He Loves Me (Lyzel in E Flat)” by Jill Scott

You love me especially different every time.

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The Post-American Order

If Trump is reelected, his “America first” foreign policy will have been validated, and the result will be an America snarling into decline. The admiration for the United States that reduces the cost of everything it tries to achieve in the world will evaporate, and other countries will move on, shaping a new order to protect themselves from a self-seeking, often hostile United States.

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American Christianity’s White Supremacy Problem

Robert P. Jones, the head of the Public Religion Research Institute, lays out a startling case that “the more racist attitudes a person holds, the more likely he or she is to identify as a white Christian.”

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“Biden Will Make America Lead Again” by William McRaven

We need a president who understands the importance of American leadership, at home and abroad. We need a leader of integrity whose decency and sense of respect reflects the values we expect from our president. We need a president for all Americans, not just half of America.

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Unlike Trump, Ben Sasse Is a Republican That Tells It Like It is

Sasse, who did not vote for Trump in 2016, offered an honest and revealing assessment of the President. In fact, most of Sasse’s criticisms of Trump are the same ones made by some of Trump’s most vocal critics.

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Donald Trump Is The Accelerant

Trump and his supporters claim that cities and suburbs will burn in violence if Joe Biden wins. But Trump is the one that has no interest in promoting peace.

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Dying in a Leadership Vacuum

“Anyone else who recklessly squandered lives and money in this way would be suffering legal consequences. Our leaders have largely claimed immunity for their actions. But this election gives us the power to render judgment.”

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Keeping Score in the 2020 Election

What does this all mean for the 2020 election? One can presume that pollsters have learned from the 2016 election. Polling has generally become more accurate over time. However, polling is still an imprecise science and surprises are possible. Biden will likely win on November 3rd. But he might not.

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