Leftist ideologues live in an alternate universe, a product of their hallucinations of an America that does not exist except in their own demented thinking. The latest manifestation of this delusional perception is Eugene Robinson's opinion piece in the Washington Post on July 5.  Here is some of what he said:
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After reading a book review in the Chicago Tribune, I've got a little sumpin' sumpin' to say about renowned former New York Times book critic Michiko Kakutani who retired in 2017 and has written the book The Death of Truth, but first a clarification: This is not a defense of President Trump, whose behavior I continue to find problematic but who I am really glad trumped Hillary.
Twelve Russians have been indicted for hacking the DNC and releasing DNC emails showing that the DNC had violated its own rules and worked against Bernie and for Hillary in the primaries. Leftists are talking about the Russians meddling in the U.S. election as a result.  The problem is that while hacking the DNC is illegal and the Russians should be prosecuted, how can telling the voters that the DNC conspired against Bernie be considered “meddling” in our election?
The recent Illinois Christian Home Educators (ICHE) convention in Naperville was the setting for this week’s Spotlight conversation between Monte Larrick and his guest, Kirk Smith, Executive Director of ICHE.  Monte and Kirk discuss various motivations families have for homeschooling and current trends in home education. In addition to the academic benefits, he also explains how the spiritual dimension of home education prepares the next generation to engage the culture with a biblical worldview.
With the retirement of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy and President Donald Trump nominating Judge Brett Kavanaugh to fill the vacancy, activists on the Left are not only hyperventilating, but resorting to election-year hyperbole.
Much like King Nebuchadnezzar's instructions to the three Hebrew boys, U.S. Senator Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) has telegraphed to Judge Brett Kavanaugh a way out of the fiery furnace of confirmation.  Kavanaugh need not bow down to a golden image, but he must give obeisance to Roe v. Wade, the 1973 landmark abortion case.  "The onus is on the nominee," Schumer has declared, "to show where he or she might stand" on Roe.  Schumer says he will take an "affirmative statement of support" for Roe and nothing else.
Six years ago, Code Pink zealots traipsed across the fruited plain in giant female reproductive organ costumes demanding "respect" for women's bodies and women's abortion rights. They called themselves "dancing vaginas."
"Here’s What Happened the Last Time the Left Got Nasty," is the title of David Greenberg's Politico piece which briefly delves into some of the left's highlights.
Over the weekend, Tomi Lahren argued that conservatives should give up on the abortion fight and stop trying to overturn Roe. She said that it would be a "mistake" to "challenge a position" that "most Americans support."
Investigating President Trump’s nomination for the U.S. Supreme Court, Judge Brett Kavanaugh brought back memories of law school and a nettlesome problem I observed in America. Here’s how I came to believe a Justice Kavanaugh will be good for America.
In this week’s podcast, Monte Larrick has a dialogue with Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) attorney J.D. Mesnard at IFI’s fourth annual worldview conference. In the first half of the podcast, J.D. identifies the importance of ADF's Church Alliance program, which supports the legal needs of churches across the nation during a time in which attacks on religious liberty is seeing increased attack. 

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