Governments across the globe are getting bigger, not smaller, to the dismay of libertarians and conservatives. Republicans have a choice to make. Will they continue to fight with the same message, with the same tactics, and expect better results?
By June of 2013, America will have a pretty good idea on where it stands on gay marriage. The Supreme Court just announced today that it will decide two gay marriage-related cases by next summer.
The topic of affirmative action is often brushed aside as an accepted part of society, without thorough examination of the benefits to minorities or the repercussions to those who are not.
Many on the left saw the right’s attempt to insert their moral convictions in policy. As a result, the swing-and-miss by the Bush administration to bring influence to the Supreme Court on abortion, and to effectively strengthen DOMA (Defense of Marriage Act), caused a backlash around the country.
The complaints of a “broken two-party system” may soon come to an end. If the GOP fails to address its weaknesses, Democrats will continue to expand their voter base. Anybody who knows much about history, knows that a one-party system typically never ends well.
It’s easy to lose track of our purpose in life. But, as Christians, we must realize just how little has changed since the 2008 election, and how little we can expect change to happen in the future.
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