When our leaders can be no more trusted than can practically any wretch sobering up in a drunk tank anywhere in America, where are we as a country?
When was the last time you read it? Today. In Congress, July 4, 1776. The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America, When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of... Continue Reading →
This "great" America was a myth. A lie. A fabrication. There was nothing about America that made it "great". It was something that was missing: competition.
[O]ne thing Trump is very good at is claiming responsibility for the things that are going right for the United States economy, but these claims don't actually hold up to any rigorous scrutiny.
While it is reasonable to seek to control the border and to have a just immigration policy that balances the needs of the individual against the realities of national security, those who take the Word and twist it to justify unconscionable terror tactics against mothers and their children befitting the worst villains of the Bible shall pay a price, as will all those who support them while they do so.
In many ways, Feminism now, more than ever, faces the same awful situation that faces American Conservatism.
The philosophical goal many mislabel as "western culture" is, at its most basic, the tireless pursuit of truth.
Many simply don't know what to believe anymore, so they believe the avalanche of nonsense just to have something, anything, to believe in.
The openly militant racist, the kind of dirtbag that would attack an unarmed man lying helpless on the ground simply because he's black, is what most Americans think of as being "racist", but attacking a helpless black man isn't what makes someone a racist.
The Republican pundit class is lying right into our faces, pouring falsehoods and delusions right onto the heads of the tens of millions of Americans so desperate to believe in the infallibility of their political movement that they believe everything that they're told.
When did Americans become a bunch of little, thin skinned, cowardly, cry babies and snowflakes, paling at mere offense? They were jokes!
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.
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.
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.