The ultimate expression of your opinion in a democracy, your right to vote, can be exercised through November 6! In the United States, this is a hard-won right that is represented by three "sacred texts" of our democracy: the Declaration of Independence, the Bill of Rights, and the Constitution. Do these 200 plus year old documents still have meaning in our elections? Or does the avalanche of advertising this fall reducing complex social issues to slogans suggest that "texting" is more crucial to our politics today than any sacred political texts?
with Worship Associate Andy Kosiorek