Why America’s Future ‘Depends’ On Thanksgiving


by The Federalist

The Federalist— "You can see the seeds of our own origins as a people," Stepman said, on this Thanksgiviging episode of The Federalist Radio Hour.

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@adweek—Taking America’s Pastime Into the Future. Created in the U.S., popularized during the American Revolution, professionalized before the turn of the 20th Century--baseball's roots in this country run deep. But does the sport's rich history matter to the global fan of the future? What can be done to revitalize what was once known as America's Pastime and invigorate young fans? Marketing

The New Republic—America, Rediscover Thanksgiving’s Radical Past. What does Thanksgiving mean in a culture where we are constantly exhorted to be grateful all year long? In progressive circles—and even in some corporate boardrooms—we now often begin a meeting by giving thanks to Indigenous people, acknowledging that we are on “stolen lands.” Thanks for what? Being conquered and defeated? Oprah, one of the richest women on earth, often admonishes the masses to “practice” gratitude every day, seemingly asking us to acquiesce in our own conquered and defeated...