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Hillary Clinton v Donald Trump: The Burden of a Vote

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Hillary Clinton vs. Donald Trump
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The next president of the United States will nominate a pivotal justice to the U.S. Supreme Court. It’s a critical factor for those voting for the lesser of evils.

We have arrived at the vigil of the advent of 1984, a society described by author George Orwell in a book of the same name. 1984 was Orwell’s foreboding account of a dystopian state in which every aspect of life is controlled by Big Brother. The first liberties to be sacrificed in Orwell’s telling of the story are freedom of conscience and religious liberty, the hardest won and the most fundamental.

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Gordon J. MacRae is a Catholic priest in extraordinary circumstances. As an editor, journalist, and freelance feature writer, Father MacRae has published in both religious and secular media including Catholic Exchange, PewSitter, Spero News, (more...)
 

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