President Trump has certainly been a bit of a revolutionary figure in modern American history due to his unorthodox ascent to power.
The business mogul is the first American President with both no military experience and no previous political office, yet he absolutely decimated Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election thanks to his rampant populism and the nation’s complete and utter disgust with the Washington status quo that the former First Lady represents so succinctly.
And, ever since taking the oath of office nearly a year ago, Trump has continued to inspire Americans to greatness. Not only is the U.S. economy absolutely booming, but joblessness and welfare payouts are at some of their lowest levels in well over a decade.
In other words, America truly is being made great again.
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One of the most important steps toward precious American greatness was the exploration of space – something that the United States has been unbeatably fantastic at. Now, it looks as though President Trump is ready to head back to the stars in order to push our nation forward.
“U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday will sign a directive aimed at sending Americans back to the moon and eventually to Mars, the White House said.
“Trump will sign ‘Space Policy Directive 1’ that orders NASA ‘to lead an innovative space exploration program to send American astronauts back to the Moon, and eventually Mars,’ spokesman Hogan Gidley said.”
This will, of course, confound the radical left who cannot differentiate science from evangelism, the latter of which they believe exists only on the conservative end of the American spectrum.
By promoting space travel once again, Trump will very likely create opportunities for science and technology to flourish – a reality that needn’t impede on the conservative base from which he draws his support. We must remember that technological advances are good for the economy, and, thusly, great for America.
Even devout leftist and television host Neil deGrasse Tyson believes that America’s lack of space exploration had led to an overall stagnancy in U.S. development. Heck, he even used the phrase “make America great again” when speaking on the subject all the way back in 2012. How will he and his fellow liberals reconcile President Trump’s latest plan to explore the cosmos while identifying as a republican?
Spoiler alert: They won’t do any reconciliation and will continue to lambast the President simply because they didn’t vote for him as though they were 12 year old children.