Rep. Jeffries notes the irony Burgess Owens (R-UT) lecturing on patriotism, but voting "to object to an election that you know Joe Biden won," and perpetrating "the big lie."
Fox's Pete Hegseth and College of the Ozarks president Dr. Jerry Davis discuss Trump's push to advance "patriotic education" on his way out the door with the formation of the "1776 Commission."
Another parting "gift" from Donald Trump with a month left to go in office -- a "commission" to promote "patriotic education."
The military used to be sacred for Fox News, but now it's a propaganda tool to guilt Americans into returning to work and dying for the economy.
A moving (and devastating) opening statement. Alexander Vindman is living proof of the American Dream, and patriotic refugee immigrants blessing this country. (Also, Trump-defending Republicans are so screwed.)
Steve Kornacki tried to 'bothsides' the Congresswomen's powerful press conference, but Maxwell did not let him get away with it.
It's odd to describe the anti-Trump fight in terms of patriotism, because in America it's never considered patriotic to challenge the Republican Party.
A new (old and original) take on Woody Guthrie's classic.
The overall percentage of extremely proud poll respondents is down, but the right doesn't think that amounts to a decline in patriotism among Americans... "real" Americans, anyway.
So, 241 years ago we had that whole Declaration of Independence thing. The July 4th holiday is always a good time to think about what true patriotism is, and to think about history a little— especially about the lessons of history for the moment we are living in right now. Patriotism at its best is the kind that loves our country passionately, treasures what is great about it (which is a lot), but also looks honestly at our flaws, past and present, and resolves to make our nation better.
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