Category Archives: National Disunity

Historical ignorance and bias

An ill-educated person behaves with arrogant impatience, whereas truly profound education breeds humility. __ Credited to Alexander Solzhenitsyn   Washington Post columnist E. J. Dionne begins a recent commentary with some patriotic platitudes and ends with arrogant impatience. He writes, … Continue reading

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Focusing on power in Washington

Angry Leftist E. J. Dionne has a burr under the saddle on the donkey he rides while typing commentary for the Democrat Party at the Washington Post. He is incensed about a lack of bipartisanship over President Trump’s nominee, Judge … Continue reading

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Alinsky in La-La Land

The loony Leftists and recruited Useful Idiots “chant and sing” to protest President Trump’s actions he promised “to make America safe again.” These people organized by Marxist radicals assemble with their revolutionary signs and big mouths. In still-life photos they … Continue reading

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What ails the radical Left in America?

Deeper, more sinister reasons than simply immaturity and stupidity explain why urban groups of radical young—and a surprising number of older—people have become emotionally unhinged: riot in city streets; disrespect the law; destroy property; threaten violence against political people they … Continue reading

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Liberal fascists

It’s tempting to let one incident project into a broader assumption about a social problem, especially in the heat of the current American political season—bad feelings prevail throughout the voting population. Few of us feel optimistic about our future federal … Continue reading

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Be skeptical, suspicious and deny power to government

Before the War Between the States American central government was carefully defined, limited and of little threat to our citizens. Most powers “reserved to the States” gave the people close control of political interests and limited their damage. Since then … Continue reading

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Federal government–unbalanced and unrepresentative

Recently, I received a 2016 Congressional District Census “commissioned” by the Republican Party,–“a key facet of our overall campaign strategy”—one of several sent to me during previous years. It was flattering that I was “selected to represent Voters in North … Continue reading

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