It's become almost politically incorrect these days to voice pride in our country.
I'm going against that tide here, because I don't like where it's leading us.
Taking pride in our country used to be lauded as patriotism.
Now it's being reframed as "American exceptionalism,"
and we are made to feel guilty about it.
Pride doesn't have to be arrogance.
I'm proud of my children, as well,
but I don't think they're perfect.
(Though they are, indeed,
exceptional . . .)
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