The Republican Party is in the process of making an epic comeback, but it has a long way to go to reach its full potential.
Here are some of the greatest myths and lies that Republicans are currently spreading around the country.
Myth #1: The Great American Dream is dead.
The conservative movement is in full swing.
Conservatives are once again winning elections, winning governorships, and winning the White House.
This is all thanks to the conservative message of hard work and a dedication to personal responsibility.
These are not words the Left wants to hear.
The liberal media has been lying to us for years.
In fact, they have been trying to convince us for the last few decades.
In 2017, the New York Times ran an article titled, “How We Won the Cold War” in which they attempted to convince the American people that the Cold Wars were over and that America had finally become a superpower.
However, the article did not mention that the country has had another Cold War since the Second World War, and that the Soviets actually invaded and occupied the country in 1953.
The article also did not tell the American public that the United States has had several more Cold War conflicts than the Soviet Union ever had.
This was a blatant lie.
And it was never the truth.
In reality, there were a number of Cold War-related conflicts between the United Kingdom, the United East India Company, and other European countries.
In 1954, the USSR invaded Poland and annexed that country.
After a brief war in 1954-55, the Russians annexed Czechoslovakia in 1968, and then the Soviet-dominated country in Afghanistan in 1979.
In 1979, the U.S. and Great Britain invaded Iraq and the Islamic Republic of Iran in the first of the Iraq War, resulting in the deaths of over 300,000 Iraqis and the loss of nearly a million lives.
As we now know, the Islamic republics nuclear program is the source of much of the destruction in the Middle East.
In 1990, the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan left over a million dead and nearly half a million Iranian civilians dead.
In 2000, the invasion of Panama led to the deaths and destruction of over 60,000 Americans and a further 30,000 Iraqi civilians.
In 2002, the American military invaded Afghanistan and took over control of that country for the next eight years.
It took the United Nations Security Council two weeks to pass the resolution that created the Taliban.
The United States continued to wage a war against Iraq even after it declared victory in that war in 2003.
The current conflict with Russia is over the latter country’s nuclear program, and it is now under international supervision.
This means that there is a real possibility that the U