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TWITTER moments (like the one below) and social media content today archive the results of web search for the term #ArmisticeDay with story and video links▶  Within these links and the #SocialCurrentSee on topic, we learn about the tradition of "wearing a poppy" and where the practice began and why▶ To commemorate this day in history (the end of WWI), Great Britain and the European allies reverence Armistice Day▶ Today, Veterans Day is an official United States public holiday, observed annually on November 11, that honors military veterans; that is, persons who served in the United States Armed Forces▶ Probably appropriate, even fitting that this holiday falls within a few days (Nov. 8 in 2016) of the USA National Election Day when a nation selects the civilian commander-in-chief for all armed forces▶

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By many pundits, the evangelical vote is expected to be split more than usual in today's presidential election.▶ Recently, Christianity Today explored why the evangelical voting block is so much more divided this year compared to previous elections by compiling what they believe are the top 10 stats explaining the evangelical vote for Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton.▶ Surveys that study evangelicals based on their beliefs and actions: LifeWay Research finds that 45 percent of Americans with evangelical beliefs plan t o vote for Trump, 31 percent for Clinton and 23 percent for a third-party or undecided.▶ A Reuters survey finds that 48 percent of Americans who worship weekly plan to vote for Trump, 34 percent for Clinton and 14 percent for a third-party or not at all.▶ The Barna Group finds that 4 in 10 evangelicals are reluctant to vote for either Trump or Clinton.▶ ​Flip②▶Vision♥Worth® on Flipboard |
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