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Still Hope

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Kerby Andersonnever miss viewpoints

Progressives in Washington, D.C. are supporting several measures that target the core values upon which this nation was built. Here are some examples.

There are many dangerous elements of the Equality Act, but one of the most alarming is the way it targets religious freedom. There isn’t a more fundamental American value than religious freedom.

The For the People Act is another dangerous bill before the Senate. Not only would this bill weaken our election security by subjecting elections to federal control, it would also violate the constitutional principle of allowing states to determine their own election rules and procedures. This takes more power away from the people.

These are just a couple of examples of the way progressive legislation and political policies are undermining core American values. Obviously, they cause all of us great concern, as they should. And yet, there is very good reason to be optimistic about America’s future. Some recent surveys illustrate this very well.

Did you know that 73 percent of Americans believe that the nation should be unified around the values of freedom, equality, and self-governance? That’s according to a Rasmussen survey from last year.

A 2019 Gallup poll found that the majority of Americans identify as either conservative or moderate. The leftist fringes of society may be aggressive in their political agenda, but they don’t represent the average American.

The problem is that from a young age, Americans are getting fed the wrong information. Americans can make the right decisions for our future only if they are given the right information, and by that, I mean the truth.

We are committed to giving our listeners at Point of View the truth. And that’s why I do this Viewpoints commentary every day. We all need the truth.viewpoints new web version

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