To compel others to violate their conscience simply because it is "nationalist" carries the poisonous stink of Mao's Communist Party loyalty patrols.
When fundamental cultural questions become intractable, violence is the fundamental language spoken by all people, at all times, everywhere.
I could spend days going through the thousands upon thousands upon thousands of tweets these lunatics spewed forth, but it only takes one to sum the movement up nicely.
At this point, there can't be anyone rational that still believes anything that comes out of Donald's mouth. Seriously, can there be?
At the heart of both of these ridiculous victim ideologies is the same bizarre question: Is one man harmed by another man if he is poorer than the other?
To the first generations of American citizens, personal virtue, especially in the leaders of the day, was often more important than their political beliefs.
Ask yourselves, friends and foes alike, who earnestly unloads a truck while wearing a $5,000.00 suit jacket in the middle of August in a Louisiana bayou country?
It's not enough to know how many jobs are being created and how fast the economy is growing, because that's just smoke and mirrors.
When it is clear that our police officers are no longer patrolling civilized city streets but a paved wilderness where the law is seen as a hostile threat, should the state continue to impose itself on people who have so rejected society that they can no longer see any benefits of remaining part of it?
We have been duped into believing that the government, with a motion of Congress and the signature of the President, can change the very economic laws of supply and demand with no negative consequences whatsoever.
Newsflash, our Natural Law rights to speech, to religion, to assembly, to association, to contract, to keep and bear arms aren't granted to you by the United States Constitution, friends.
The primary drivers for 3rd Quarter or 4th Quarter economic downturn in the United States remain driven by domestic policies.
As it turns out, Hillary Clinton's post coronation lead has legs, as she remains ahead of Donald by 6.5 points in national polls, now into the second week of August, despite continued weak economic news, her growing email scandals, and her total lack of personal likability.