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- Testing the waters with a forum for us theocrats to discuss important issues. Currently using a third party service, but building an actual forum into the site. Let's try to get a good user base going in the meantime.
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- The Democrats took the House and the Republicans kept the Senate. What does this mean, what happens now? I’ll explain in a way which grossly oversimplifies the issues so that anyone can understand, rather they are politically studied or not, or maybe even an outsider looking in. The House of Representatives generally represents the population of a state while the Senate represents the government of the states. The important thing here is that the Senate can override the House of Representatives and the Senate also gets the confirm the Presidents Supreme Court Nominations. Republicans generally support conservatives and they currently support President Trump, democrats generally are more liberal and they currently do not support our president. These representatives will be in and out of office in a few years, similar to the president. Now the Supreme Court Justices are in for life, usually serving for three decades or more, and they are the ones who interpret the constitution. Further more the Democrats (currently opposing our president) will now feel less oppressed having a say in legislation. This will take some of the fight out of them, causing the social problems (like antifa) to simmer down allowing President Trump more freedom to do what he needs to do. Under the guidance of Mike Pence, the vice president, this is a good thing for Christians and Theocrats. #theocraticamerica0 0 0 0
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