Pol­i­tics touches all

The Washington Times Daily - - EDITORIAL -

Charles Krautham­mer is gifted with pro­found in­sight. In the in­tro­duc­tion to his book, “Things That Mat­ter,” he ex­plains that ev­ery­thing truly im­por­tant (i.e., friends, fam­ily, hap­pi­ness in gen­eral) is af­fected by and de­pen­dent on pol­i­tics. To para­phrase: When the pol­i­tics are right, the peo­ple pros­per and flour­ish. When they are wrong, there is an ever-widen­ing cir­cle of de­struc­tion.

I, for one, am grate­ful for the com­mon sense, strength, con­fi­dence, faith and com­pe­tence of Pres­i­dent Trump, who has created an as­ton­ish­ing op­por­tu­nity for achiev­ing a pros­per­ous and flour­ish­ing peo­ple.

EL­IZ­A­BETH WARD NOTTRODT Bal­ti­more

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