PDT on the 4th of July

Anyone can be an American but madly many Americans don’t want to be Americans. Luckily many other Americans do. In 1776 the US carved out a way of life that has kept the true notion of freedom alive in the face of its enemies who exist at every turn. Utopians who are united in their stupidity and ignorance are everywhere. This is Donald Trump on the Fourth of July.

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1 thought on “PDT on the 4th of July

  1. Steve, if you’re monitoring these comments, I’d like to see your opinion on the Department of Economics and International Studies in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences of the University of Buckingham.

    The university is mentioned in Keith Windschuttle’s article here .

    Sir Roger Scruton is (or was in 2017) a research fellow in its Humanities Research Institute.

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