One of the best things is the way she analyzes America from the standpoint of an outsider, which she was, initially. Sarah was born and raised in Portugal, and retains the ability to see us at a distance.
"The Long March" is 2 days old, but worth the time reading it.
Probably the most crucial part?
There is strife. Strife means the old blood and the new don’t agree. Another way to look at it is renewal.
Problem is advocates of liberty are about as good at coordinated action as a bunch of cats
It's true, the Left outflanks us at unified action. Gone are the days when Democrats proudly proclaimed, "I'm not a member of a political organization - we're not organized at all".
Mao and his ilk would be bursting his jacket-buttons at the way modern American Leftists have managed to corral ordinary American citizens into lockstep. They've done it by the time-honored manner used by so many Leftists - enforcement of cultural norms and social shaming, pressure on their peers to banishment the non-conformers, and threats - threatened and actual - against employment.
Who could have predicted that the Woodstock Generation would turn to methods they ridiculed when they were the outsiders?