After 243 years, America has become a product of history separate from its founding principles inscribed within its Constitution — principles promoting ancient Judeo-Christian values which embody Western philosophy and English legalism. […]
Now in the third decade of the 21st century, the international liberal order (that is, liberal democracies) faces an existential crisis — a crisis of its own making. Its guiltiest parties are not the politicians, but rather the gullible voters who, for generations, elected individuals with utopian visions which appealed to their fantasies driven by passions not grounded in reality. For example, can we say that America still reflects its foundation? Or has that run its course and become a product of history? By knowing history better, we may project our likely future as a nation. As Winston Churchill, a noted historian in his own right, observed, “The farther backward you can look, the farther forward you are likely to see.” The Globalist Left today, in unison with the European Union, is reconstructing America to resemble qualities utterly anathema to her history.