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It’s Time to Establish the Second-Greatest Generation

It’s Time to Establish the Second-Greatest Generation

Americans born between 1901 and 1924 (give or take a couple of years, depending on the source) are collectively referred to as the Greatest Generation, because of the sacrifices they made for good of country.
Reflections of America While Driving Along the Northeast Coast

Reflections of America While Driving Along the Northeast Coast

Information we receive can be categorized into that which we already knew without being told, and that which we otherwise wouldn’t have known and now have to use our critical thinking skills to determine its accuracy.
My Lunch with a Passionate Voter Who Nonetheless Doesn’t Plan to Vote

My Lunch with a Passionate Voter Who Nonetheless Doesn’t Plan to Vote

I write this about an hour after finishing lunch with an old friend of mine, while our conversation is still fresh on my mind.
Paul the Apostle He’s Not, but Biden Has Become All Things to All People

Paul the Apostle He’s Not, but Biden Has Become All Things to All People

In 1 Corinthians 9:22, Paul wrote: “To the weak I became weak, that I might gain the weak; I have become all things to all people, so that I may by all means save some.
‘Smokin’ Joe’ Biden: President Seeks Black Votes through Substances

‘Smokin’ Joe’ Biden: President Seeks Black Votes through Substances

Politicians promising favors ahead of an election is nothing new.
For $250,000, You Too Can Graduate from an America-Hating University

For $250,000, You Too Can Graduate from an America-Hating University

When I was a kid and family members and friends visited here from Greece, my father was often the go-to tour guide.
SOPHIA: Correcting the Fallacy of History’s Treatment of U.S. Presidents

SOPHIA: Correcting the Fallacy of History’s Treatment of U.S. Presidents

A television host recently asked me: “Donald Trump is revered by so many and reviled by so many others.
How Does He Do it? Acknowledging Trump’s Underappreciated Resilience

How Does He Do it? Acknowledging Trump’s Underappreciated Resilience

There’s no shortage of people who have strong visceral feelings of hatred, disgust, and contempt for Donald Trump.
Many Trump Critics are Sincere; Others Like Mark Esper are Disingenuous

Many Trump Critics are Sincere; Others Like Mark Esper are Disingenuous

Mark Esper served as Secretary of Defense under Donald Trump from 2019 to November 7, 2020, two days after that year’s presidential election.
Ronna McDaniel and Nicole Shanahan Deserve Better Treatment

Ronna McDaniel and Nicole Shanahan Deserve Better Treatment

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