The United States does not have a Legion of Honor but if we did Donald Trump should receive its highest award for “political martyrdom.”
In just 11 short days the guy who supposedly got 81 million votes from his basement in Delaware has quite literally ruined America.
More than ever we need a pause and a turn, a complete about-face, so as to rediscover and practice the original and best virtues.
America has no history or real experience in political deprogramming and even less in organized political violence based in ideology. Is it coming now?
Political power has always been overrated.
The 2020 elections call the legitimacy of the Democrats—their presidential candidate and those down ballot, as well—into question.
Take the test, then vote.
The president, unlike his opposition, defends and rearticulates America’s spiritual capital—ushering in America’s fifth great awakening.
Will Sleepy Joe even show? Will he be slow? Can he pull it off even with the lowest bar imaginable? How will the media spin it?
It’s time for a full-court press.
Trump must spell out the contrast between his America First patriotism and the Biden-Harris embrace of multilateral, multicultural, multipolar multinationalism.
America’s voters do care about foreign policy; they just think the blob’s contempt for their anti-interventionism and anti-globalism is as deplorable as the blob thinks they are.
Once ensconced, the Democrats, really the Marxian vanguard of the proletariat, will never leave office or relinquish power—ever again.
The New York Times columnist is akin to Tom Ripley from Patricia Highsmith’s The Talented Mr. Ripley—evil wants status, even if it has to fake it or steal it.
The COVID-19 crisis has been turned into a government-planned giveaway scheme to benefit social progressivism.
Let’s just all admit it: Joe Biden doesn’t have the mental capacity to be president.
The remedy for this state of affairs comes from people once again taking charge of their own lives.
Issue ‘Trump Bonds’ to beat the coronavirus pandemic and rebuild the country. This can’t be business as usual or a Democrat giveaway.
We urgently need this common sense in our corporations, in Congress, and in the White House if we are to succeed as a nation, particularly in this time of crisis.
Whitney MacMillan, R.I.P.