Trump is the first and may be the last American president to challenge institutional anti-Americanism.
Americans may not be as patriotic as we once were, but do we still basically think of ourselves as belonging to the nation of Washington and Lincoln? On November 3, we will find out.
For the Left, the idea that America suffers from “systemic racism” seems to justify the view that white people can never be victims, only perpetrators, of crimes.
The Harris campaign is a conspiracy against the American people.
Obama’s remarks at the John Lewis funeral amount to an ultimatum. Coexistence is no longer possible: America must choose between the Republic of the past and a glorious progressive future.
In our arrogance, we imagine that it is we who are disdainfully rejecting America’s Founders. They would want nothing to do with us.
The Left wants people to believe that what they have in store for the country cannot possibly be averted, that Americans might as well accept it now. Anyone who suggests an alternative is their enemy and must be destroyed.
Now he is duty-bound, for the sake of his presidency and of our beloved country, to confront it.
There may come a time when we will look back at Thanksgiving dinner rants as an unconscious warning, as an early, unheeded expression of something profoundly dangerous.
The time has come for the “non-shouters” to speak up for themselves.
Opposing Black Lives Matter and the woke faction that is working with them to destroy the United States is a duty, not just a matter of political interest.
For the most part, the subtext of the riots and those justifying them is as simple as this: the violence is actually the fault of white people, who are just getting a taste of what they have inflicted on others for centuries.
We could be living through the final months of the Trump presidency.
A day may yet come when Americans will all live under the Pax Abramsiana. Her politics are the future.
Oh, how it frustrates Democrats and the Left that they’ve lost the gratification of watching President Trump’s former national security advisor suffer.
Consider the last several weeks a test run for the Biden regency, a preview of what America might look like if, and when, rule by the “managers” becomes a permanent, irreversible fact, and democracy is part of the past.
New York’s governor is trying to convince Americans that politics, somehow, has been put on pause because of “science.” He’s wrong.
Is the ruling class prepared for the possibility that the virus may not run the course that experts predicted?
There’s going to be less tolerance for the kind of Republican who would make things harder for working people by subsidizing the loss of their labor power to Central American migrants or wage slaves in China.
Americans are living in a “Twilight Zone” of their own at the moment, but even in all of the weirdness of this era there is nobody with the supernatural ability to tell what comes next. In this moment of vulnerability, there are some trying to convince us otherwise.