Welcome to PoliticalVindication.com on the air! It's hard to be optimistic about America's future when shameless Jew-hatred is blossoming in San Francisco and collectivism meets on the golf course to solve our looming financial catastrophe. We hear from some that we're reenacting 1930 Europe - blind to flaunting evil and enamored with a fascism that promises a right in every desire. This Sunday marked the death seven years ago of Ronald Reagan - it's a good time to ponder what made him so tranformative a figure. Was it his belief in American exceptionalism? His belief that we Americans were capable of solving our own problems? Have we lost faith in our ability to do that? What reason is there to be optimistic about Americans today?
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