When I was a kid, I was very proud of my country.
The nation was fighting the last war against fascism and communism and we had our own flag and a president who was not afraid to say what he thought.
But I was wrong.
In the ’90s, it seemed that everything I loved about the country was being destroyed by a bunch of angry white men who didn’t know any better.
We lost the war, but our culture was in shambles.
That was until I started researching and writing about social justice.
It’s not the first time I’ve read the words of Donald Trump, but I’m here to say that I believe in social justice and equality.
That’s what I believe when I say that social justice is the social conscience.
The words are simple: justice for everyone, equality for everyone.
This is what the American left stands for.
But it doesn’t seem to matter that the American people don’t believe in it.
Social justice doesn’t really exist in the American mainstream.
The idea that it is has been the driving force behind the social upheaval that’s been sweeping America over the past decade, especially since Trump took office.
This phenomenon of “civic apathy” is a phenomenon of the left that has been growing and spreading at an alarming rate over the last decade.
A majority of Americans now say that the country is “too divided,” “too racist,” or “too hostile toward minorities.”
And while it is true that many of these problems stem from white Americans’ inability to get along with minorities, this isn’t the only reason why they are struggling.
Many Americans are also worried about their own families, and they are increasingly concerned about the safety of their children.
A poll conducted by the Pew Research Center in September found that the percentage of Americans who are “very concerned” about the state of their families has doubled since 2014.
In fact, the number of Americans living with a “very worried” parent has tripled since 2014, from 3.6 percent to 5.7 percent.
As a result, the percentage who are worried about “social disruption” in their lives has tripled.
And while most of these anxieties may stem from a lack of trust in the government, it’s clear that this distrust is also fueling social unrest.
In 2017, a survey conducted by Pew found that 60 percent of Americans think the country needs to “make changes to make society more welcoming and inclusive.”
The same poll found that 64 percent of those surveyed were concerned that “political leaders have failed to provide a voice for people of color.”
And a study by the Brookings Institution found that, despite the “dramatic rise” in white supremacy and racism in America, the majority of black Americans feel that “the majority of people of all colors and creeds, and especially people of faith, have been marginalized.”
In 2017 alone, white supremacists were found to have targeted African Americans at the highest rate in history, and white nationalists were responsible for the murder of nine black people in 2016, the most deadly year for black Americans since the 1960s.
In 2016, white supremacist Dylann Roof killed nine black parishioners at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina.
And this year, white nationalist Richard Spencer and other white supremacists attacked the Emanuel African American Church in Charlottesville, Virginia, killing one woman and injuring many others.
What makes the white supremacist movement so powerful?
The right-wing movement is rooted in the beliefs of white supremacists who are committed to the idea that the white race is superior to other races, and that the United States is the “land of the free and home of the brave.”
This ideology has been embraced by President Trump and other right-leaning politicians like Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) and President-elect Donald Trump.
These white supremacists are not just out to dismantle the federal government.
They believe that the nation is under attack and that we must make America great again.
In his first 100 days, President Trump has pledged to “preserve” and “renew” the United State of America, while simultaneously working to protect American sovereignty, protect the “Christian values” of America and “protect the freedoms of speech, press, assembly and religion.”
While this sounds good on the surface, white nationalists have also been working to dismantle racial justice.
This has led to the appointment of white nationalist attorney general Jeff Sessions as Attorney General, the appointment by the president of Richard Spencer as a member of his Advisory Council on National Policy and the appointment to the Supreme Court of Justice Clarence Thomas.
When you read the comments sections of Trump’s own tweets, you can find the same sentiment on the left.
For example, in January 2017, Trump tweeted, “Just look at the numbers.
Blacks are being shot at at an unbelievable rate.
Many of them are just getting shot.
A lot of people are saying that these murders are racially motivated, but in truth, they are the work of a leftist Democrat in the