Latest US electoral 2016 poll results are in: Republican candidate Donald Trump and Democratic Party nominee Hillary Clinton are in a statistical tie. Donald Trump has been trailing behind Clinton in the past electoral polls. But after nominating conventions the past weeks, a new poll bared that the two are in a virtual tie in the presidential race that includes Green Party candidate Jill Stein and Libertarian bet Gary Johnson.
Clinton, who received 41 percent, had a very slim two-percentage point lead over Trump, who got 39 percent.
According to the recent polls, four percent (4%) of the respondents favored Stein. Nine percent preferred (9%) Johnson, which means it is six points short of the average of 15 percent needed in a series of five polls to qualify for the string of presidential debates. more >>
Bishop Wayne T. Jackson, the founder and president of Impact Television Network who is set to interview Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on Saturday as part of the candidate's outreach to black America, says some critics have the wrong impression about his reasons for hosting the billionaire.
"My phone has been burning up," Jackson told the Detroit Free Press in an interview Tuesday.
"And the things people are asking: 'Is Donald Trump paying me off?' They haven't paid me off. You haven't looked at me and seen a man who's needed things I've always been blessed. It's not about being a Judas to my people. I love my people. I feel that we should be better off than what we are. This is not an endorsement. This is engagement, for him to tell us what he wants to do," Jackson added. more >>
Christian colleges were recently given the label of "absolute worst" for LGBT students due to, among other things, requesting a religious exemption to the Obama administration's current interpretation of Title IX regulations.
Campus Pride's "shame list" has 102 Christian colleges and universities at the time of this publication.
There is not a lesser "worst" category. Rather, all colleges that fail Campus Pride's standards are labeled "absolute worst." more >>
After a major new report was released a little over one week ago, challenging the standard LGBT talking points, I predicted that rather than interact with the findings of that report (specifically, a 143-page analysis of 200 previous, peer-reviewed studies), most gay activists and their allies would attack the authors of that study.
Before the day was out, the prediction began to come true, and it has been confirmed numerous times since then.
The report, authored by Lawrence S. Mayer and Paul R. McHugh, was titled, "Sexuality and Gender: Findings from the Biological, Psychological, and Social Sciences," and was published by The New Atlantis: A Journal of Technology and Society. more >>
Pro-life students will protest an upcoming concert in Cleveland that will be headlined by the pop artist Sia and was organized to allow "the biggest names in music and comedy [make] abortion access a reality."
Students for Life of America, America's largest youth pro-life activist organization, has announced that it will stage demonstrations against All Access 2016 at the Wolstein Center on the campus of Cleveland State University on Sept. 10.
The free concert was organized by the nation's largest abortion lobbyist groups, including but not limited to Planned Parenthood, NARAL Pro-Choice America, Whole Woman's Health and the American Civil Liberties Union. more >>
The Reverend Samuel Rodriguez of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference said Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump was open-minded when they spoke about immigration, but his recent speech was "disheartening."
Trump addressed a crowd in Phoenix, Arizona on Wednesday, arguing in favor of building a wall and rejecting a path to citizenship for those who entered the United States illegally, labeling it "amnesty."
Expressing disappointment, Rev. Rodriguez said in a statement on Wednesday that he believed Trump did not offer "practical solutions" for how to deal with the nation's approximately 11 million undocumented immigrants. more >>