The Right's nation-building message is clear - no matter how it tries to present itself.
Amy Otto tries hard to avoid the "R" word but, eventually, she can't help but give in to the truth:
"While it’s painful to admit, unabashedly pushing the progressive agenda is proving quite effective. If the political counterpoint to this feels encumbered by believing its party owes apologies for racism, nativism, and sexism, it may prove challenging to mount a defense."
Of course, she never mentions that not practicing, or defending them might be the way to go,...