Start instead with the idea that what most Americans see as sheer ruin is not what the left-wing puppeteers see.
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It is far more likely that one state model will prove unsustainable and collapse than it is that either region would ever start a civil war.
Some elites believe the Founders’ Constitution is in dire need of radical deletions and alterations to fit their own utopian visions.
Our own woke, year-zero revolution is now in its second year.
Desire peace? Then be prepared for war. Or so the Romans believed.
California once was run by conservatives and mostly centrist Democrats.
Joe Biden and the Pentagon have managed to birth a new terrorist haven.
We are now beginning to see the consequences of what happens when premodern tribalism absorbs Americans.
Fiasco is the president’s fault.
If we don’t wake up from wokeness, we will continue on our sure trajectory to self-inflicted, systemic paralysis.
Vaccine hesitancy more complicated than the media lets on.
Wokeness is many things. But increasingly it seems a cover for careerism, profiteering and utter incompetence.
What turned the party of Harry Truman, JFK and even Bill Clinton into a woke neo-Maoist movement?
Class is fluid; race is immutable. So by fixating on race, the left believes that it can divide America into permanent victimizers and victims.
The military is not yet a revolutionary people’s army overseen by commissars. But it is getting there with politicized agendas that split the country in half and abandon the military’s traditional role of unifying in common purpose to defend America.