Tag Archives: American Exceptionalism

Loving and Hating America

As I've documented in the past, many leftist teachers teach our youngsters to hate our country. For example, University of Hawaii Professor Haunani-Kay Trask counseled her students, "We need to think very, very clearly about who the enemy is. The enemy is the United States of America and everyone who supports it." 

Some universities hire former terrorists to teach and indoctrinate students. Kathy Boudin, former Weather Underground member and convicted murderer, is on the Columbia University School of Social Work's faculty. Her Weather Underground comrade William Ayers teaches at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Bernardine Dohrn, his wife, is a professor at Northwestern University School of Law. Her stated mission is to overthrow capitalism...

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I Ache for a President Who Loves America

We know why he doesn't love America. It's because he identifies with his Kenyan father's hatred of Western colonialism. If that weren't enough, Obama follows the cultural cues of liberal America, from his lefty mother to his lefty teenage mentors to his lefty college instructors to his lefty radical sponsors in Chicago. Liberals think they are too good for America. Ditto Obama...

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Obama finally admits ‘America is exceptional’…in response to Putin

Mr. Obama said. “I believe America must remain engaged for our own security. I believe the world is better for it. Some may disagree, but I believe that America is exceptional — in part because we have shown a willingness, through the sacrifice of blood and treasure, to stand up not only for our own narrow self-interest, but for the interests of all.”...

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U.S. At Risk Of Being Laughed Off World Stage

It pains me to have to say that the versatile Vlad makes a much better columnist than I'd be a KGB torturer. His “plea for caution” was an exquisitely masterful parody of liberal bromides far better than most of the Times' in-house writers can produce these days. He talked up the United Nations and international law, was alarmed by U.S. military intervention, and worried that America was no longer seen as “a model of democracy” but, instead, as erratic cowboys “cobbling coalitions together under the slogan ‘you're either with us or against us.'” He warned against chest-thumping about “American exceptionalism,” pointing out that, just like in America's grade-school classrooms, in the international community everyone is exceptional in his own way...

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