At Chicago Boyz David Foster writes an excellent piece about what is at stake in this election. For example, here he is on the healing of American society.
The political and social divisions in American society today are extreme, and do not bode well for the long term. Neither of the candidates is ideal to address this problem, to put it mildly. Trump is bombastic and sometimes crude in his speech; he has exhibited less-than-wholesome attitudes…indeed, repulsive attitudes…toward women. But Hillary’s whole political existence is based on divisiveness; the breaking of American society into interest groups and the setting of them against one another. There is also considerable hostility toward men embedded in the ‘progressive’ movement of which Hillary is the avatar, and sometimes exhibited by Hillary herself. The Democrats have also repeatedly demonstrated great contempt for broad swaths of American society: Christians, ‘rednecks,’ people without college degrees, etc etc.
He also analyzes global terrorism, the protection of free expression, economic growth, improving K–12 education, saving higher education, maintaining American power, and the avoidance of a permanent ruling class.
Read more here.