Houston reminds us who Americans really are — NOT the parade of deplorables portrayed by the media and the Left

Editor’s note: The following column originally appeared in the Washington Times.

America is reeling from the onslaught of Hurricane Harvey. In the midst of the suffering from the unparalleled flooding, we have seen remarkable examples of heroism and community coming to the aid of those in peril.

Americans have been enduring for weeks media, the political class and their operatives malevolently insisting that all of America is hopelessly racist and its president a facilitator of white supremacists, so watching Texans helping their stricken neighbors has been a good reminder of who we, as Americans, really are.

This is a small silver lining of a horrible event, as various malcontents continue to push on with their attempts to cast America as irredeemably irredeemable.

Warnings of a “slippery slope” are often heard, especially when extremists demand the removal of statues they deem offensive. There are very sincere people calling for the removal of Confederate statues, but the organized left behind the hysteria are self-styled Marxists, specifically the World Workers Party, and anarchists, like Antifa.

Attacks on a variety of cultural symbols is necessary to send a message that America was born of racism, is still racist and must be dismantled.

Their concerns are not racism or even being offended; their goal is to condemn the United States and capitalism. For them, the only way to remake society is to rebuild it from ashes.

Attacks on a variety of cultural symbols is necessary to send a message that America was born of racism, is still racist and must be dismantled.

Cases in point: A CBS New York headline: “New York City…

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