Lunch Break Read: The Thinning Skin of America

Dan Bongino
Dan Bongino

Grab your sandwiches, and check out this tough talking commentary by former Secret Service agent Dan Bongino, posted on

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While reading a column this week about the pernicious effects of “micro-aggressions” on the psychological development of America’s young men and women, I thought to myself: what has happened to this rugged country?

This idea, born out of academia, that “micro-aggressions” and “trigger words” can cause lasting damage to the “delicate” human spirit is surely an insult to the memories of the millions of Americans, my grandparents included, who suffered through the Great Depression, fought in the trenches, cities, beachfronts and the forests of the World Wars, and the many millions more who labored through a lifetime of arduous, back-breaking, manual labor without the benefits of advanced safety equipment or robotics.

The country is reaching a turning point where Americans are going to have to decide what kind of America we want to be.

Read the rest at Conservative Review here.