Trump declares emergency to build border wall
WASHINGTON (February 15, 2019) — President Donald Trump announced Friday that he will declare a national emergency to fulfill his pledge to construct a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border.
The American version of public scapegoating today comes in the form of tweets, emails, phone calls – sometimes going back many years – that are held up as evidence of wrong thinking. Who benefits from digging up the controversies? I'm just asking.
Last Tuesday in South Africa, Barack Obama gave a speech with some lines right out of a Donald Trump stemwinder. If you didn't pay close attention, you might have thought that he had become a born-again conservative.
Unlike America’s Revolution, which the colonists fought to restore God-given rights usurped by King George III, the French Revolution ushered in the false religion of socialism, grounded in atheism.
Looking at the current political and cultural climate in Washington, DC, you might get the idea that the ruling class is in the midst of a conniption. Even the walls of the National Cathedral are vibrating with weirdness – more about that later.
Remember when President Trump said we were going to win so much that we are going to get tired of it? That's exactly how it felt this past month. But I'm not tired. Far from it.
The military uses violent videos to train people to kill, so it seems reasonable to assume that violence-laden video games may make some kids numb to real violence, besides being addictive. And one might get the idea that there's a culture war on children ... well, there is.
Since November 2016, the deep state and its media allies have spent considerable time and money cultivating animus toward President Trump and the Republican-led Congress among younger voters.
In the United States, surveys show that many millennials are not merely soft on socialism but openly support it. They think capitalism benefits only the "1 percent" and no one else, despite America's matchless record of upward mobility and prosperity.
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