Don’t for one minute think this past week of Charlottesville-tied mayhem has been over a statue of Robert E. Lee. It’s not. It’s about power, control and the political course our nation will take as we head into the future.
Union scouts have already discovered Robert E. Lee at the gates of the city, lining up the gallant Pelham’s artillery to fire the opening round, and Stonewall Jackson and Jeb Stuart are expected to arrive on a night train from the Shenandoah Valley.
Should President Trump meet personally with Kim Jong-un? John Glover, a graduate student at George Mason University wrote an article advocating such a meeting and, frankly, I think that he’s on to something.
One of the biggest barriers to investment in infrastructure all across the United States is the long, costly, and unpredictable permitting process. If you have any doubts, just consider the Keystone XL pipeline extension.
Anti-Semitism and white supremacy are far from dead in the United States of America. That’s what this past weekend’s violence told the world.