Paul Jacob, On the day that President Donald Trump was inaugurated, barely over a week ago, many Americans flocked to our nation’s capital to celebrate. And no small number showed up to protest. But there were also some more who mobbed in to destroy property, assault people and disrupt the orderly transfer of executive power.
Right around eight a.m. on an icy winter morning, over two hundred thirty seven years ago, George Washington and the Continental Army reached the outskirts of Trenton, New Jersey. Much like Americans in today’s world, no-one wanted to go to New Jersey… But they were forced by circumstances to make the arduous trek. Washington’s force