(The Philadelphia Inquirer) As Americans head to the polls more divided than ever on social and economic issues, there’s one thing they’re actually coming together on: cannabis. Much has been made of whether a victory for Democratic nominee Joe Biden, or a potential liberal sweep in the Senate, could bolster marijuana companies. But initiatives on the ballot in a handful of … [Read more...] about Cannabis, No Longer So Divisive, Draws More Conservative Support
(The Weather Channel) Zeta, which came ashore Wednesday in Louisiana as strong Category 2 hurricane, weakened to a tropical storm as it roared northeast through Mississippi, Alabama and Georgia early Thursday. The storm ripped off roofs, knocked down power lines and trees and flooded streets near New Orleans where it came ashore. Storm surge flooded communities along the … [Read more...] about Zeta Leaves Nearly 2 Million Without Power and at Least Two Dead After Slamming Gulf Coast
(Christianity Today) Despite their opposing views of who should win the upcoming election, Republicans and Democrats share a sense of urgency over the 2020 presidential race. Both parties would have voters believe that this is “the most important election of their lifetimes” and they have a responsibility to vote in the right candidate. It’s always awkward to be a nonvoting … [Read more...] about Meet the Evangelicals Who Won’t Vote for Trump, Biden, or Anybody at All
(Faithwire) Despite falling in line with the Black Lives Matter message over the summer, rioters in Philadelphia destroyed a local Chick-fil-A this week during violent demonstrations following the death of a black man fatally shot by police after he reportedly approached officers with a knife and repeatedly refused to obey their instructions. Journalist Julio Rosas, known … [Read more...] about BLM Rioters Destroy Chick-fil-A During Violent Protests in Philadelphia
(ChurchLeaders) A recent survey from LifeWay Research and Scott McConnell has found that while most Americans do not think pastors should endorse a political candidate during a church service, U.S. adults are more conflicted over whether ministers should do so away from the pulpit. At the same time, the number of Protestant pastors in the U.S. who have endorsed a political … [Read more...] about Should Pastors Endorse Candidates Outside of the Pulpit?