Eric Holder Thinks America Was Never That Great… He’s Wrong

Written by Allan Erickson on March 30, 2019

Former Attorney General Eric Holder, Obama’s henchman and the only AG ever held in contempt of Congress, says America is not and never was great.

My reply:

Greatness is classically defined as rising above average standards of goodness to achieve remarkable and inspiring things promoting the general welfare.

The American Revolution –the only true revolution that actually accomplished unique and measurable results — was and is an instance of Greatness.

Establishing this Republic via the Constitution in 1787 was and is another instance of Greatness!

Achieving the greatest levels of freedom and prosperity in human history, more evidence of Greatness.

Free citizens recognizing the immorality of slavery and acting upon conscience resulting in the Civil War and the abolition of slavery, more instances of American Greatness.

The civil rights movements from 1865 forward, more Greatness.

The recognition of injustices perpetrated against Native Americans, and many efforts to compensate for those injustices, more Greatness.

Providing sanctuary for millions of suffering people worldwide, more Greatness.

Winning WWII and saving the entire world, then turning to help our former enemies rebuild, more instances of Greatness.

Winning the Cold War and saving the world from tyranny, once again, an instance of Greatness.

In this present hour, the American effort to confront and defeat Supremacist Islam, another instance of Greatness.

More than 100 years of global charity unmatched by any nation anywhere at any time, more instances of Greatness.

We hold you in contempt Mr. Holder!

Allan Erickson
Allan Erickson---Christian, husband, father, journalist, businessman, screenwriter and author of The Cross & the Constitution in the Age of Incoherence, Tate Publishing, 2012, serves on the board of He is available to speak in churches addressing the topics of faith and freedom. Register & Vote! Contact: