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Bold and Blunt

Mar 14, 2023

In just a few short years, the percentage of Americans who told Pew Research Center pollsters that there were other countries in the world better than the United States went from 14 to 23. That's tragic. That means nearly a quarter of Americans believe America is not the best -- is not exceptional. Give it a couple more years, and a couple more public high school graduating classes, and that 23% will grow to 50% -- and then to more than half -- and then, one sad and sorry day, to a majority. If a majority of Americans don't believe America is the best, what does that mean for the future of America? Matt Lohmeier, author, public speaker and former military member, speaks about the need to keep faith alive and well in this country, else face a future of destroyed individual rights.