A Christian nation can not, must not, be "great." It must be humble, so we must choose between "greatness" and "goodness".
There are some fairly unusual things about the economy in the Trump Era, that are reminiscent, albeit opposite, of the Carter Era.
Who really believes that a true man, made in the image of God, hearing the cries of his hungry children, knowing the fears of his true wife, would let a wall stop him?
Now that Trump has predictably backed off of his empty threat to declare a state of emergency, let's take a moment to decompress this textbook display of impotent stupidity.
As rosy as the economic data seems, there's still some pretty serious questions hanging over this economy.
Whether or not racist/nativist border hawks like it, these people are coming here. The realists reading this will accept this fact.
How do you operate a national economy, let alone the global economy, on a commodity so small that an errant box fan could conceivably wipe out an individual's wealth?
Donald Trump whined about the Federal Reserve doing what it has to do to cut off rising inflation rates...
Conservatives believe all individuals, whether aware of it or not, desire the freedom to pursue their own happiness, and that this is morally good.
If you wonder why Trump tweets constantly to his political base, it's because he seeks to keep them perpetually upset at the things for which he is the solution for.
The weather hasn't changed, but he tells them it has, so they believe him, even while they're getting drenched.
Though we are doubtlessly witnessing the rise and fall of a wannabe tyrant and his morally bankrupt enablers, we are far from the end of Donald Trump's degenerate saga.
When Trump sat down across the table from Xi Jinping, he mistakenly believed that it was an opportunity to do business. Xi let him believe it.
George Herbert Walker Bush was the very first president I voted, on November 3rd, 1992. A vote I will never regret.