This Thanksgiving, it is too much to ask that we cast off the bonds of our evolutionary heritage for good, but it should not be much to let the better angels of our nature have free reign for a single day. Friday, let the complaints and battles continue again, but Thursday, set it all aside… Continue reading There’s a lot to be thankful for
Progressive historian Jon Meacham takes to the cover of Time Magazine to helpfully explain how President Abraham Lincoln saved democracy by destroying it in the bloodiest conflict in United States history, and how these lessons apply to today’s political battles against the dreaded Ultra MAGA. The narrative is clear, but the truth couldn’t be more… Continue reading Time Magazine: Maybe we should have another Civil War after all?
The President’s trip to Europe was marred by unforced errors, a lack of any coherent strategy, no new and creative plans, and a general sense that trying hard is good enough. Abraham Lincoln at Gettysburg Biden certainly is not. Instead, it seems he’s angling for the first Presidential Participation Trophy. Last week, President Biden traveled… Continue reading Biden and the free word on the brink
For many progressives, the spirit of giving thanks has been replaced by endless self-flagellation for our perceived past and future sins. You will mourn events that happened hundreds of years ago and fear events that might happen a hundred years from now if you don’t confess your own sins and adopt their socialist solutions. For… Continue reading Thanksgiving: Progressives take aim at turkey and the entire 400-year old tradition in a desperate attempt to destroy yet another holiday
Joe Biden breaks Donald Trump's first week record with 22 executive orders, one of which has already been halted by the courts. The increasing scope of executive orders is almost certain to provoke an honest-to-goodness crisis in the not too distant future, and yet next to no one is talking about the damage waiting to… Continue reading Executive orders are the real looming Constitutional Crisis
The mainstream media and Democrat politicians have a short memory and seemingly no knowledge of history: Democracy in the United States has always been a topsy, turvy no-holds barred affair Journalists, pundits, politicians, and anyone else weighing in on the unusual nature of Donald Trump’s continuous attempts to win an election he obviously feels was… Continue reading The first close, contested election in America was way back in 1796, followed by a crazier election in 1800