Posted a year ago…
For most of my lifetime I considered my country a great nation. The greatest really. It’s achievements are unprecedented.
In politics, our Declaration of Independence and Bill of Rights are a cornerstone to modern-day democracy.
In science we have landed men on the moon and returned them safely. In medicine we have developed vaccines for polio, yellow fever and Hepatitis B. Continue reading “How America Becomes Great Again…”
No President since Abraham Lincoln has taken office in a more devisive climate. From day one Donald Trump and his administration have been vilified by a biased media, delayed by the minority’s party, and betrayed by an embedded bureaucracy.
Continue reading “Can Trump Weather The Storm?”
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1787
As Benjamin Franklin emerged from Independence Hall after the conclusion of The Continental Convention, a Mrs. Powell of Philadelphia asked him, “Well Doctor, what have we got, a Republic or a Monarchy?” Without hesitation, Franklin responded, “A Republic, if you can keep it.” Continue reading “The Republic Is Dying…”