“Make America great again” has become a rallying cry. But do we as a people really know what makes greatness?
Completed in 1925, the “Peace Cross” in Bladensburg, Maryland, commemorates the 49 men from their area who had paid the ultimate price during World War I.
Among reelection strategies employed by leaders of nations, none can top winning a war. A victory over some enemy, even a hapless nobody, gains real support. If a winnable conflict can’t be arranged, successfully pressuring a real or imagined enemy to resign is next in line.
Pro-abortionists are not pleased with Georgia's new anti-abortion law. Disney CEO Bob Iger is even considering boycotting Georgia, where some of its films are made.
Wherever the Beijing regime sees or even senses a threat to its totalitarian power, harsh action can be expected.