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March 6, 2019
The Left? Seething with apoplectic rage. The right? Happy and optimistic.
Among the many, many things that starkly define the differences between the Left and the right, none is more wretched than the difference in how they approach life. Leftists, even when they are in power, are generally miserable, discontent with America as it was founded and as it is, always banging their heads against some perceived wall. The right, on the other hand, is characterized by general good-natured love of country and the quest to save America from the radical left's reprehensible appropriation of the culture, academia, the media, and entertainment. Conservative people revel in their families, work, and self-reliance and their good fortune to be Americans. They are grateful people. Leftists, since the administration of Woodrow Wilson, when they first called themselves "progressives," have been regressive ever since. They crave the socially stratified societies of the Middle Ages, with an elite ruling...(Read Full Post)