Biggest cultural challenge of our lifetime: Defeating anti-American indoctrination
In his 1989 farewell address, President Ronald Reagan worried whether we were doing a good enough job teaching our own children what it means to be American. He longed for what he called an "informed patriotism."
This sentiment was echoed over 30 years later by President Trump, who in his own farewell address warned that our "loss of confidence in ourselves" was not just a worry, but our greatest danger.
"No nation can long thrive," President Trump said, "that loses faith in its own values, history and heroes...