The 2016 presidential elections will decide the direction of our nation for decades to come.
The next president will not only be able to fill a vacancy created by
Justice Antonin Scalia's death - but also at least two more additional
seats as elderly justices retire, with the potential being as many as
As of Election Day in 2016, three of the nine justices will be more than 80 years old. A fourth will be 78.
"The court is now balanced between Republican appointees and Democratic
appointees..." said Dori Bernstein, director of the Supreme Court
Institute at Georgetown Law. "Whoever gets to chose the tiebreaker is
going to be making a very influential appointment."
Calling All Watchmen!
I sense the Lord is saying to us, "I'm calling My people to awake and cry out to Me."
The nation is in a state of emergency; it's time to make a "911" call to Heaven.
The great news, however, is that if we will cry out to God, He will
hear and respond.
"Call to Me and I will Answer," the Lord tells us in