A Dialogue on Conservative Republican Hypocrisy…

April 22, 2018 Shawn McElhinney 0

This dialogue was occasioned by the words of a Facebook contributor which are posted in dark blue font below. My words will be in regular font and the conservative I am responding to will be in bold. Without further ado… 2014-2017 Black Lives Matter: Law enforcement is tainted and biased […]


Holy Split: The Political Divide Among Catholic Voters

April 3, 2017 Jay Powers 0

As the largest religion in the country, Catholics make up a large portion of the voting electorate. But unlike Christian Evangelicals and Later Day Saints, they voice is unusually divided… and uncertain. Historically, evangelicals and Mormons have voted reliably Republican in local, state, and national elections. On the other hand, […]