Republicans’ Refusal To Wield Power Destroyed Conservatism And Maybe The Country

Republicans’ Refusal To Wield Power Destroyed Conservatism And Maybe The Country


In the 1940 novel You Can’t Go Home Again, author Thomas Wolfe illustrates the futility of attempting to relive or return to past experiences or situations because people and places inevitably change over time.

This is the situation America finds itself in at present after a New York jury convicted former President Donald Trump on 34 felony counts of falsifying business records, making Trump the first former American president to be convicted of felony crimes.

Whether Trump receives prison time, probation, or ultimately wins an appeal, there is no coming back from this unprecedented moment in American history.

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We can’t go home again.

However, this isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Coming to terms with the truth can be liberating. By acknowledging reality, the right can

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