Champions of American Exceptionalism

Ronald Reagan and Irving Kristol

20 - American Exceptionalism: A Misunderstood Concept

19 - SGT Raymond Hubbard's Memorial Day Remarks at His Home Town in Wisconsin - 5-26-08 - Posted by SB - 5-30-16

18 - Ronald Reagan's Memorial Day Remarks at Arlington National Cemetery - 5-31-82 - Posted by SB 5-30-16

17 - Get Out  of My Class and Leave America - Mike Adams - 8-28-15 - Posted by SB - 8-29-15

16 - Non-Citizen Voting Rights: A Controversy "Coming soon to a theater near you"! - 1-31-15

15 - Praise to Almighty God! ~BUT~ You Can't Say That! - "Doc" reports on Washington's Proclamation - Posted by SB - 11-27-14

14 - Thanksgiving Proclamation - Abraham Lincoln - October 20, 1864 - Posted by SB - 11-27-14

13 - A Time for Choosing: a Speech by Ronald Reagan - 1964 - reprinted here -7-23-14

12 - Ronald Reagan's Address to the Nation - July 4, 1986 - reprinted here - 7-4-14

11 - Reagan? He Delivered an Easter/Passover Message about Pride & World Leadership! Obama? He Mails It In! - 4-19-14

10 - George Washington Proclaims National Thanksgiving to be Observed Thursday, November 26, 1789 - Posted by SB - 11-28-13

 9 - The Gettysburg Address - Abraham Lincoln - November 19, 1863 - Posted by SB - 11-19-13

 8 - Created Equal, Endowed by Creator, Unalienable Rights, Power from the People - That's American Exceptionalism! -2-22-12

 7 - American Exceptionalism - A Definition Liberals and Conservatives Can Agree On - 12-26-11

 6 - Representative Paul Ryan and Senator Marco Rubio - American Exceptionalism - 9-8-11

 5 - Obama: a Lost and Ineffective Leader - 8-4-11

 4 - A 4th of July Message from Two of My Favorites - 7-4-11

 3 - Obama's Exceptional Absence - 12-20-10

 2 - Exceptional Groveling by Our President - 12-19-10

 1 - A Tall Tale - Brer Rabbit Confronts the Bad Guys - 6-1-10

American Exceptionalism

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Here I ask the question, "Is the United States really exceptional?" and if so, "Who's saying what?" This subject is introduced in an unusual way. I wrote a "fable" using familiar characters. That "fable" is the bottom, or oldest, item on the list. The most recent commentary is at the top of the list.