Wikipedia: by Nicholas Shepherd, 1846
Even the most ardent Liberals have Trump voters in their family or among their friends. Some commentators advise we seek to understand them, others that we condemn them. What's a conscientious Liberal to do? Advice from Abraham Lincoln.
The job of a president as communicator in chief is to remind us of the "better angels of our nature." Last night's debate called us not to our aspirations but to our fears. Disregard today's "winner and loser" columns; there were only losers.
Two recent columns in the New York Times and the Boston Globe argue the application of the “separation of church and state.” The loss incurred in a pure separation would be the betrayal of a wisdom Abraham Lincoln made central to our heritage.