Our country finds itself in an extremely sensitive moment. Americans deserve more from the press, and they deserve the truth. Otherwise trust in our sacred free press will continue to be eroded, and the press will be guilty of the very indiscretions of which they accuse our politicians.
American democracy was designed to function from the ground-up not the other way around. And as much as this election might matter on a national scale, it matters just as much or even more on a local level.
Let’s then set anger aside from both our mouths and our hearts, and instead let’s seek peace and the common good. America is strongest when, in the midst of our diversity and differences, we can still come together.
Our president and vice president have extended an unprecedented open invitation to Christians to practice their faith publicly and without fear. It is up to us now to seize this invitation and to make our voices heard in our communities
Every political interaction and decision has a consequence. Because of this, we celebrate the creation, passing or enacting of any new measure that protects religious freedom and strengthens the place of the family in society.