Democracy Dies in Daylight If Normal Americans Don’t Do Anything

(American Greatness) Imagine a typical class of students taking a test. The students are working while the teacher monitors their progress. He imagines the students will do well: they have had plenty of time to prepare, everyone is cooperating, and most people say this test was easy.

Once their time is up, a majority of students dutifully turn in their exams. However, a few students ignore the teacher and continue working. When the teacher asks them to turn in their tests, they plead for more time. They complain about the virus, the shutdowns, distractions in the room, and all the anxiety they have. Hoping to be fair and minimize the fuss, the teacher allows them to take their test home.  (Read More)

Pastors and Christians Need to Lead The Way on this issue!