Joe Doakes from Como Park emails:
By 1963, before we had The Great Society, before we had Civil Rights, before we had a Department of Education, feminism, no-fault divorce, abortion on demand, unlimited immigration, the EPA, Clean Water Act, public employee unions the prevailing wage and transgender bathrooms, Americans had built Hoover Dam and the Empire State Building, won a world war, rebuilt Europe and the Far East, started the interstate highway system and were on the way to putting a man on the moon not just once, but several times. The United States was a great nation.
Could any of that happen today?
If not, what would need to change in order to make it possible again?
Step one: put government back in the place where it belongs; defending the country and its interests, and running a court system, and not a hell of a lot more.