Nixon and the dreams of #resistance

How quickly, indeed, the years go by.  It is forty-three years since the fall of Richard M. Nixon, August 9, 1974.  (By comparison, only 29 years separated that date from August 9, 1945, when we dropped a second atomic bomb, on Nagasaki.) The following is taken from Nixon's farewell remarks to his White House staff, forty-three years ago:   Always give your best; never get discouraged; never be petty. Always remember others may hate you, but those who hate you don't win unless you hate them, and then you destroy yourself. Nixon's words offer hope – not for those who fervently wish a Watergate denouement for President Trump, but to those who wish to see America made great again.  Clearly, Trump is despised by his enemies – and, it must be acknowledged, they are legion, controlling the media, the Democratic Party, and the country's East and West Coasts.  Nixon's words offer President Trump the...(Read Full Post)

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