Whether the subject is the torture regime which the Cheney Administration enthusiastically endorsed and secretly administered --
-- or literally the entire history of the United States from the founding of the republic until breakfast this morning --
A shonda. They were figures in the greatest, most killing moral struggle in US history. They didnt tweet, they took to the field and died.1/ https://t.co/wDjqmWTTE0— Peggy Noonan (@Peggynoonannyc) September 7, 2017
Then one side won, they reconciled, the American experiment continued and we learned through this history. Keep em. Let it be. They are us.— Peggy Noonan (@Peggynoonannyc) September 7, 2017
And both sides afterward held together -- imperfectly, sometimes uncomfortably. The leaders of the South largely attempted reconciliation /9— Peggy Noonan (@Peggynoonannyc) September 7, 2017
-- respected @MSNBC employee, ether-frolic enthusiast and professional Reagan trance-channeler, Peggy Noonan, has always been a big fan of "walking on by" any inconvenient factual realities that might encumber her beautiful mind and childlike, "Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims: Time-Travel Adventures with Exceptional Americans" understanding of American history.
Did I mention that Ms. Noonan is now a respected MSNBC employee? Ah, I see that I did. Well, it's true. Happened less than a month ago. In fact, here is a rare photogravure of MSNBC president Phil Griffin taken as they were in the act of inking the deal.
Did I also mention that Ms. Noonan also won a Pulitzer prize this year for her addled mutterings?
Yep. That happened too. Quite the bottled-in-bond banner year for Ms. Noonan. According to the Pulitzer website, they gave her the award for “rising to the moment with beautifully rendered columns that connected readers to the shared virtues of Americans during one of the nation’s most divisive political campaigns.”
Funny old world.
Behold, a Tip Jar!