The culture that Donald Trump addresses is not, of course, the culture the media acknowledge as modern and up to date. The voters who pulse to Trump’s battle cries haven’t gotten the message.
With the stage being set for Cold War II, Americans ought to be asking themselves just what they got out of the original.
Scott P. Richert
The horrifying reality is not simply that most of the American people have so willingly accepted the idea that the United States can act as judge, jury, and executioner.
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What explains the hysteria of the establishment? In a word, fear. The establishment is horrified at the Donald's defiance because, deep within its soul, it fears that the people for whom Trump speaks no longer accept its political legitimacy or moral authority.
In overriding Obama’s veto for the first time to enact JASTA, Congress, whatever the legislators’ individual motivations, put Americans first—for a change.
Since Trump's boorishness is not the basis for his support among Christians, the question is whether there are reasons that would justify Christians deciding to vote for Trump. The answer to that question is an emphatic yes.
The true U.S. enemy in Syria is neither Bashar nor Russia; it is the army of Islamic Jihad, under whatever name and in whichever disguise.