Donald Trump’s hostile takeover of the Republican Party is officially now complete.
Not long after the fall of the Berlin Wall and the collapse of the Soviet Union, a ubiquitous symbol of American capitalism found its way to the streets once ruled by Stalin’s iron fist.
Last week, in this column, I wrote of George Barna’s recent research that indicates just slightly more than a third of American pastors (and even fewer parishioners) have a biblical worldview.
“The economy, stupid.” That was the sign in the campaign headquarters of then-Governor Bill Clinton in 1992.
When I was a child my parents knew a woman who would come and stay with my brothers and sisters and me on the extremely rare occasion that both my Mom and Dad were away at the same time. Mom was a full-time Mom so this nearly never occurred, but once in a blue moon, my parents would allow themselves a romantic getaway from their five children. The woman who watched us went on to her eternal reward long ago but out of respect, I will not call her by her real name. For this column, she will be Margaret.
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken says that we live in a “moment of reckoning for democracy worldwide” and promises that America will “step forward and bring others” with it.
As former Trump Administration national security officials who deeply believe in an America First approach to U.S. national security policy, we strongly object to the May 14 Washington Post editorial, “‘America First’ is America at its worst.”
If the economy slips into recession, you can “thank” the Federal Reserve. All around the country is the economic detritus of its monetary malfeasance.
“The fight is here. I need ammunition, not a ride.”