"Opposing candidates in Utah's gubernatorial race released ads on Tuesday that are as shocking as they are heartwarming. Republican Lieutenant Governor Spencer Cox and law professor Chris Peterson, a Democrat, appear together to call for civility among voters."
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It is Ginsburg’s friendship, not her court opinions, that the nation ought to remember right now.
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Is it absolutely true that there is no absolute truth? Think about that question for a moment. A 2016 Barma poll found two-thirds of Americans answer yes to this question. The irony is that saying yes is stating an absolute truth! So, how do we make sense of a world where everything is relative?
Over the next several years, the noble sentiments and ideas that gave birth to the United States will either be repudiated or reaffirmed. The fateful choice before us will result either in the death of a grand hope or a recommitment to an extraordinary political experiment whose full flowering we have yet to realize.
With religious services taking place online, this might seem like a moment for digital natives like Gen Z to step into the stream of faith. But new data suggests that the opposite is happening.