In my most recent unscientific survey from Cornfield Polls, trust was the thrust.
Not many participated, but from the results it is clear that we remain deeply divided.
So what are we to do?
Does it matter whether we are buying into facts or fiction?
Are Americans doomed to what the Scripture refers to as “believing a lie and being damned?”
Was the Apostle Paul right when he wrote about “ever learning, but never coming to the knowledge of the truth?”
From the Cornfield, our 16th and perhaps greatest President, Abraham Lincoln, cited the words of Christ when he intoned, “A house divided cannot stand.”
How can we as a nation hope to stand when we remain so divided even over whom to trust?