Tag Archives: Elizabeth Kantor
‘Identity Politics Aim for the End of America Itself’
The above title was used as a subheading in this article by Elizabeth Kantor at The Federalist: “Donald Trump Isn’t Fighting a Culture War but A Cultural Revolution.”
Underneath that subheading, Kantor writes:
[T]he genius and the miracle of America was that our identity as Americans was once inextricably tied to abstract principles about the rights of all human beings. To identify as an American was to believe in the Bill of Rights. To be an American patriot was to defend the God-given equality of all men as articulated in the Declaration of Independence.
The rights the American
Posted in Sexuality Tagged Barack Obama, Elizabeth Kantor, Eric Holder, identity politics, Jeff Sessions, Linda Harvey, Michael Brown, Title VII, transgenderism Comments Off on ‘Identity Politics Aim for the End of America Itself’