If there’s any hope to rehabilitate Conservatism, then we have got to get back to basics.
The choice between Trump and the good was not a hard choice. It is tragic so many have chosen their idols over the truth.
Without Paine, the American Revolution dies stillborn in the hearts and minds of the American colonists, muttering impotently under the heeled boots of the King’s army.
America is divided because Americans, on both sides of the aisle, care more about their delusions of “rightness” than they do about their countrymen.
This simply isn’t good news for the Trump economy.
Once upon a time in America, conservatives believed our borders should be “open to anyone with the will and the heart to get here”, but that time seems to have passed.
With China instituting 25% tariffs on over one hundred American made products, a trade war with China is no longer a mere hypothetical, and with Donald Trump being who he is, he is practically guaranteed to retaliate “ten times harder” (basically another way of saying he’ll grossly overreact to this threat to his manhood).
If doing the “wrong things” for the “right reasons” was good enough for God, then Easter would be about fruit in a basket not the Lamb on the cross.