Enthusiasm for the Democratic Party is waning among millennials as its candidates head into the crucial midterm congressional elections, according to the Reuters/Ipsos national opinion poll.
The online survey of more than 16,000 registered voters ages 18 to 34 shows their support for Democrats over Republicans for Congress slipped by about 9 percentage points over the past two years, to 46 percent overall. And they increasingly say the Republican Party is a better steward of the economy.
Although nearly two of three young voters polled said they do not like Republican President Donald Trump, their distaste for him does not necessarily extend to all Republicans or translate directly into votes for Democratic congressional candidates....
I have seen many conservative and Christian channels removed from youtube. facebook is in the middle of a censorship scourge of conservatives using algorithms
zuckerberg (see his religious background to see who emerges as our controllers) testified to congress but no solutions were drawn... for if they are a utility, then canceling accounts would be akin to the phone company shutting down your phone because you said the wrong thing
these are the places where commerce is done
so the millenials are in a quandary, if they intend to read news off of handheld devices, they will spend their lives in the darkness being manipulated
with kanye, diamond and silk, and so many others feeling the extreme heat of "thinking for themselves" we are in a time for much shiftind and reorienting of society could occur..... for the good...
...men acting as fathers to their people..
...putting the blame of abortion, etc where it lies and ending it...
...silicon valley has their agenda 21 plans and intends not to give it up and uses the technology so many are stuck using to cut out the conservative voice (to buy and sell one must have allegience)
and even with all that control and money flow, a significant number of millenials learn by the road of "hard knocks" reality.
Dr. Tim wrote: I am not a Catholic. I only go to that Catholic Church when they have Bingo. And Super Bowl Sunday. And potluck suppers. Everyone at the Baptist church I attend on Sunday morning said I am saved because I have short hair and wear penny loafers. I got saved the same way everybody at my Baptist church got saved--but I can't go into that right now. I'm late for Bingo.
I've heard this before...now where was that? Hmmm...
I am not a Catholic. I only go to that Catholic Church when they have Bingo. And Super Bowl Sunday. And potluck suppers. Everyone at the Baptist church I attend on Sunday morning said I am saved because I have short hair and wear penny loafers. I got saved the same way everybody at my Baptist church got saved--but I can't go into that right now. I'm late for Bingo.
Truth lies dead in the streets...the kids know this but don't usually use Scriptural references to describe it. They'll say instead that truth is either difficult to find if at all. In our post-modern society, trust is pretty hard to come by as a result. Everyone needs to recognize this, politician or not, and act accordingly by being above reproach and avoiding every appearance of evil. All the spin and schanegans with the press ruins anyone's trust. Let truth start with us.