‘Patriot’ — A Word That Is Used And Abused By The Fringes Of Our Society

It’s a shame because it used to mean something honorable

Photo by Debby Hudson on Unsplash

There are few words in the English language that raises my blood pressure, like the word patriot. Of course, this wasn't always the case, but today's way it is used so casually upsets me.

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Dominic DiFrancesco

Dominic DiFrancesco

I’m a life-long writer & tech nerd. I love blogging, writing poetry, and short stories. My website https://domdifrancesco.com Email: dom@dominicdifrancesco.com

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