A recent survey revealed that many Americans don't know much about the American Revolution or history in general. (Photo: Album / Fine Art Images/Newscom)
By Jarrett Stepman, Daily Signal,
In America, we celebrate democracy and are justifiably proud that this nation was founded on the idea that the people should rule.
That’s why it is so important that Americans be informed about their government. They are partakers in it. In fact, they control it.
Under tyrannical systems, it matters little if the people are informed about political life. Autocrats make decisions for the people whether they like it or not. But in our republic, we rely on the informed decision-making of citizens to judge policies and the leaders who will implement them.
Unfortunately, we are not very well-informed.
According to a recently released survey, Americans are woefully uneducated about the most basic facts of our history, to the point where most couldn’t even pass a basic citizenship test. ….
"Two Catholic priests — Fr. Edward Dougherty, M.M., & Fr. Andrew King (both assigned to @StPatsNYC) — said nothing when a notorious trans activist was celebrated as "St. Cecilia, mother of all whores" & commended for "her" work to ensure "that sex workers are free.".. Abominable."
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