The recent election appears to be a reaction to perceived stress from our lives being out of control. The cause of stress is, according to one side, the government. According to the other side, the government is the answer to the problem.
The problem, of course, is you and I.
To find the cause of our perceived “stress,” we can start with what do we share as most valuable? Do we value family? Do we value human life no matter who or where? Do we value the environment?
The pollsters got this election completely wrong, and it appears from statistics they have the answers to the above questions wrong, too — for they say the majority of people place the above first in their lives.
National statistics and actions gives different testimony. So, what do we really value, honestly?