WHO doesn't view with concern the recent protests in the streets (like that at UC Berkeley CA)? Such events mean a case can be made that the U.S. national scene of 2017 is mostly volatile and uncertain, even though there has been a peaceful transfer of political power in our country, such as it has been for nearly 250 years. At this time, observing a President not even in office for two weeks, WHAT can alter the course of the future? Without any doubt, the determined President Trump is making steady progress in striving to fulfill his campaign promises on many fronts, despite a large but limited populist revolt. Now, we might ask if anything would be different about the daily scenes of objection and revolt by the detractors of POTUS TRUMP if there was evidence of more prayer and less protest? WHEN did you last offer such a prayer for peace and civility in the public square? WHERE this latest protest movement will go from here will not only depend upon HOW the protest leaders and their followers come to realize that the Trump election is the result of a peaceful, valid democratic process. But the change of course will depend upon how faithfully the rest of us offer prayers and support for those who lead. WHY shouldn't that fact bring all of us to pray for our nation and its new President who chooses to lead to the best of his ability? Notable in the common media accounts of individuals and crowds who seem to oppose every action and tweet by President Trump is a general sense of anarchy that perhaps has not been seen on this scale since the 60's and 70's, the time when the Boomer Generation became notable for protests against the Vietnam War.