Press Influence

Page One: What Europeans know about the American people they’ve likely learned from one or two sources: they have either visited the United States (thus, receiving a direct impression), or they obtain their information from secondary sources: the opinions of others, and/or European (leftist) press.  Neither of these is necessarily all there is to know about America or her people.  I have no problem with European opinions that flow from a previous (unhappy) visit to the United States; after all, there are occasions when we deserve such criticism.  On the other hand, questions about the American voter, our political system, and President Trump are annoying, insolent, and reflect most unfavorably upon the individual posing them. Continue reading