Why You Should Vote

Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate: Voting is a civic duty. It’s also an opportunity. Make your voice heard. Be a voter.

Caffeinated Thought of the Day: Voting for the Lesser of Two Evils

Brian Myers: Every election cycle the “lesser of two evils” concept comes up. Nobody however ever discusses what is considered evil or the nature of a vote.

Apathetic Citizens and the Requirements of Liberty

Kelvey Vander Hart: Let’s realize that power within government lies in the hands of the common people, as long as we are willing to hold on to it.

Are Christians Called to Choose?

Shane Vander Hart: A recent commercial addressing the election has said that Christians are “called to choose even when our choices are hard.” Is this true?

Calvin Coolidge’s Lesson on Civic Responsibility

John Hendrickson: Calvin Coolidge understood the importance of an informed citizenry and civic responsibility in maintaining our republic.

Mike Huckabee, Donald Trump and Voting Our Conscience

Shane Vander Hart: Does former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee believe we should exercise our conscience except when it comes to voting for Donald Trump?

Pate Encourages New U.S. Citizens, All Iowans to Step Up and Participate

Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate encouraged 66 newly sworn-in U.S. citizens to participate in Iowa’s electoral process, including the Iowa Caucus.

The Gospel Alternative for This Election

Can a Christian vote for a Mormon? Pastor Don Green of Truth Community Fellowship in Petersburg, KY says no as doing so, he says, does not elevate Christ.

Apportionment Update

At the beginning of the year I wrote a blog concerning Apportionment,…

Christian Citizenship Part 3: Pluralism’s Difficulties

Having examined, in our first installment, how things are with respect to…