Commentary

On American Culture

By Stephen Gutowski | July 4, 2013 | 8:49pm EDT

One of my favorite conservative comedians, Steven Crowder, is out with a great Fourth of July video addressing what makes American culture so great. It's a remarkably non-political look at what it is that makes us different. Or, at least, it ought to be considered non-political.

However, I wouldn't be the least bit surprised if the far left buzzword "jingoistic" got thrown around in the comments. After all, any assertion that one way of doing things is better than another is likely to be met with the incoherent rantings of angry liberals. It doesn't really matter how sound your argument is there are those who hate this country enough to scream at you for any compliments you pay it.

Thankfully, though, we still have people like Steven who aren't afraid to tell the truth no matter what the backlash. Let me join him in saying happy birthday to the greatest country on earth!

May the melting pot never stop stirring!

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