What is good about america

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What's So Great About America?

Jun 29, Originally published at National Review by Dinesh D'Souza. America is under attack as never before—not only from terrorists but also from.

The Greatest Things About America

America is under attack as never before—not only from terrorists but also from people who provide a justification for terrorism. Islamic fundamentalists declare America the Great Satan. Europeans rail against American capitalism and American culture. Anti-Americanism from abroad would not be such a problem if Americans were united in standing up for their own country. But in this country itself, there are those who blame America for most of the evils in the world. On the political left, many fault the United States for a history of slavery, and for continuing inequality and racism.

Bernie Says Immigration Threatens the Social Safety Net. Research Shows Otherwise.

Why America is NOT the greatest country in the world, anymore.

I have news for the Donald: The United States—like every other country with an advanced economy, such as the U. Medicare — a single-payer, government-run health insurance program for those over 65 — is too. Medicare-For-All would simply extend this to the rest of the population. Agricultural and energy subsidies are likewise socialist programs. I could go on and on. Conservatives want to reduce Social Security and Medicare benefits and reduce the numbers who qualify, while progressives want to increase and expand these programs.

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