American Historian Heather Cox Richardson's New Year's Eve night online letter to her legions of followers:
December 31, 2021
As the sun sets on 2021, I want to thank you all.
It is a wonderful thing to watch this community develop. Your interest, enthusiasm, and concern for this country are what keep me in this chair night after night, figuring out who did what and why.
Your interests shape what I write, and your suggestions, corrections, and the time you give to this demanding project keep me working to stay at the top of my game. Your observations, your art, your wit, and-- above all-- your friendship have kept me engaged and on an even keel in this unsettled time.
This is definitely a team effort, and I am honored to be a part of what appears to be a growing movement to reclaim America.
I wrote a round-up of 2021 last night so that we could start the new year off fresh, giving us a pristine page to write a new, better, future.
So, here we go....
[Photo from my kayak in the Fall.]
JillChills down my spine.
What sent chills down my spine was the Capitol police did not used deadly force to protect Congress and the Constitution.
Sloan, it was weird. I had several multi paragraph replies disappear.
I disagree. The MAGAts are the snowflakes.
I wish you were not so very sadly mistaken. Perhaps for the first time ever, a robot moderator agrees with me?
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