- - Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Just for fun, but true! Type in www.KenBone2020.com — and you get redirected to Gary Johnson’s website. What a strange election this has been.

(1)The Religious Breakdown Across 11 Swing States

***Using data from Pew Research, here is a breakdown of religious demographics in: Florida, Pennsylvania, Michigan, North Carolina, Virginia, Colorado, Ohio, Wisconsin, Nevada, Iowa, and New Hampshire.


(2) Patrick Buchanan: Donald Trump Has Already Won

Whatever happens Tuesday, there is no going back now. 

…Moreover, [Trump followers] see the establishment as the quintessence of hypocrisy. Trump is instructed to stop using such toxic phrases as “America First” and “Make America Great Again” by elites who think 55 million abortions since Roe is a milestone of moral progress. And what do they have in common with a woman who thinks partial-birth abortion, which her predecessor in the Senate, Pat Moynihan, called “infanticide,” is among the cherished “reproductive rights” of women?

While a Trump victory would create the possibility of a coalition of conservatives, populists, patriots and nationalists governing America, should he lose, America’s future appears disunited and grim. But, would the followers of Donald Trump, whom Hillary Clinton has called “racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamophobic … bigots,” to the cheers of her media retainers, unite behind her should she win?

No. Win or lose, as Sen. Edward Kennedy said at the Democratic Convention of 1980, “The work goes on, the cause endures.”


(3) Joel Rosenberg: After much prayer and soul-searching, I have reluctantly decided to vote for the Trump-Pence ticket. Here’s why.

To be sure, my vote is not more important than anyone else’s. I know many Americans are struggling the same way I am. Indeed, in writing this I’m not even trying to persuade you to agree with me. I have friends whose deepest convictions tell them they simply cannot vote for Mr. Trump, that they will trust the sovereignty of God and live with the consequences. I respect them. I don’t question their motives. I know exactly where they’re coming from.

But for those who are interested, here are ten reasons why I have decided to vote for the Trump-Pence ticket


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