Colonel Howard Moore had been around long enough to notice the contrast the moment he had stepped off of the transport plane. Now he sat in his Ford pickup, stalled on the streets of Los Angeles with all the time in the world to think everything over. Howard, or ‘Hal’ as is men called him, had served in the Army for almost thirty years, and could remember long ago when the long parades of American soldiers returning from the fight against the Nazis had marched through the streets of New York to grand ticker tape parades. But this was nothing like1945. Not only was there an absence of celebration, but a spirit of anger and resentment reigned over the nation. He sensed it immediately, and it made him bitter.
If there is any one religion to whom due credit is not given for the role they played in the founding of our nation, it would most undoubtedly be the sect of the Quaker persuasion. Though mostly known for their radical abstinence and departure from many common social practices during the 17th and 18th centuries, this denomination still yet contributed to the American political system in ways which could not have been substituted by any other.
By New Generation Voters
Tariffs, the very word oft leaves a sour taste in one’s mouth, and Trump has made much use of this taboo system of late. Trump’s administration has done much good for America with deregulation and lowering of taxes, that is tough to deny; yet with the outcry of the media, one is left to ask, are these tariffs really good for America?
Yes, there is an ongoing threat to the freedom of speech on college campuses. The persistence of the academic elite to enforce a subjective standard of what speech is deemed acceptable on student bodies across the U.S. continues to double down on its resistance to logic and reason. If there is a continued imperviousness to diverse opinion amongst the liberal elites, how can their positions be justified when they refuse to have their beliefs tested in the intellectual market?