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January 26, 2021

VIRTUAL EVENT: Another Civil War? The Struggle Over the Meaning of America

The breakdown in respect for our institutions—in government, the academy, and the media—has helped to instigate a season of violence and social unrest with no end in sight.

Click on the image below for webinar information.

Featuring:

Samuel Gregg, D. Phil.

Research Director, Acton Institute and Visiting Scholar, B. Kenneth Simon Center for American Studies, The Heritage Foundation

@DrSamuelGregg

Allen C. Guelzo, Ph.D.

Visiting Fellow, Simon Center for American Studies

Joseph Loconte, Ph.D.

Director, Simon Center for American Studies

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Thinking about what divides us

Wade Wofford, Daily Hampshire Gazette

Our country is broken, and we need to find a way to bring the chasm that’s divided us closer together before it leads to another Civil War. In reality, the number of Trump supporters who qualify as domestic terrorists is quite low; most Trump supporters can be reasoned with, and it is they whom we must try to win over. The others are beyond the pale.

Biden's unique opportunity: End the political civil war

KT McFarland, The Hill

Americans are weary of this political civil war. Both sides have their grievances, and they’re substantial. But we’re all exhausted and demoralized by the constant fighting. We all want this to end, so we can move on. But that means we all have to allow our grievances to remain in the past. If Biden allows the Democrats in Congress to satiate their blood lust for Donald Trump, Biden's words of unity will seem farcical.

U.S. civil war not as far off as you think

Glenn Harris, The Telegram

There is a very real potential for an all-out civil war in the U.S. My admittedly apocalyptic view is that we may eventually see the Epiphany Uprising (or Trump’s Sedition) as the opening skirmish of the Second American Civil War. Here are two likely triggers for such a war.

Trump Inflamed the American "War of Sections." What Comes Next?

Steve Suitts, History News Network

There are great divisions in this country, and, while the definition of what is southern is shifting westward, the white south in today’s war-like presidential politics continues to provide the primary foot soldiers and lieutenants in support of their leader, who is not a southern planter, but ironically a New York plutocrat more familiar with how they pour concrete in New Jersey than how they still coon hunt in lower Alabama.

Biden's Presidency Will Be A Catalyst For Secession – And Perhaps Civil War

Brandon Smith, Alt-Market

What we are witnessing right now is the final phase of a political and economic collapse scenario that was more than a decade in the making, and Biden is about to help finish the job. There is an obvious outcome and I don’t think it’s far fetched to suggest that conservative counties and states will demand secession. At the very least, conservatives are going to continue to relocate to red states and red counties... 

Media claims Biden inherited Cold War, Civil War, Great Depression, & pandemic

David Rutz, Fox News

Voices from the mainstream media push a narrative that Biden is somehow facing conditions similar to all the darkest days in American history including the Civil War, the Great Depression, and the Cold War. Are things really that bad today?

Christian Nationalism and the Ideological Civil War

The Pastor Theologians Podcast

Podcast host and CPT President Todd Wilson is joined by Zachary Wagner and Joel Lawrence to discuss the fallout from recent events at the US Capitol. What has gone wrong in the church and in our nation to lead to such a deep ideological divide? Where do we go from here?

The Transition or Civil War II? (Explicit)

Diovicious World Radio

Dio & Rerun are at it AGAIN riffing off about our Country’s current events, BATTLE OF THE BEST SUBS OF THE VALLEY! some really great stuff to binge watch or read while you are on LOCK DOWN. Some more shout outs to local businesses! Thank you for listening!

MyPillow Guy Told Trump To Declare MARTIAL LAW?! w/ Jason Rantz

Timcast IRL

MyPillow guy supposedly telling Trump to do some martial law, Biden's plan for the future, Tucker mocking AOC, and whether or not we are, in fact, entrenched in a civil war.

The most recent episodes of Michael Vlahos's conversation with John Batchelor about the prospect of a new American civil war.

Aggregating talk of POTUS Biden's "Uncivil War." 

January 22, 2021

Biden retires to his comfortable Tiberius role as the "uncivil war" smolders

January 22, 2021

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