Nationalism doesn't require any deep intellectual commitment, only an unquestioning loyalty to the partisan nation-state.
If we still lived in the land of the free and the home of the brave, we'd toss all of these it out and start anew.
The fact that so many Americans are not participating in the labor force today, a problem that exploded under Obama, so he bears responsibility, is the single largest problem facing America today, and Trump and his supporters never talk about it.
Ironically, red state voters became so focused on the "red scare" that they haven't notice they're every bit as red and every bit as nationalistic as the communists they oppose.
[D]id the Democrats get their "Blue Wave" or not? Simple mathematics tells us that they did and easily.
Americans should remain skeptical of the rosy picture painted by the latest jobs report, because fundamental problems in the economy remain.
Do Americans have the moral courage to do what is right and choose leaders who will refrain from antagonizing their fellow Americans on partisan grounds?