Wilfred M. McClay, winner of the Bradley Prize, remarked on May 17, 2022:
Would a serious country so completely lose perspective on its own past that it would entertain the idea that the nation was founded on slavery, rather than on the ideals that have made it a beacon to the rest of the world? And would a serious country think it appropriate to teach its children that the nation’s past is best understood as a parade of horrors, to which the most appropriate response is not pride but lacerating shame?
Our country has been infiltrated and hijacked by hostile powers/ideas.
Carl B. Barney
June 3, 2022