Category Archives: social disorder

A Matter of Morality

The concept of ethical and moral relevancy appears to have been firmly implanted in contemporary American society due to the continuing efforts of a “new social class” that emerged in Europe during the period 1749-1889, as described in an essay penned by … Continue reading

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Where is the Outrage?

Once again a United States military facility has been attacked with four unarmed Marines murdered and one member of the U.S. Navy later succumbing to his wounds while several other people were injured.  All of this was accomplished by one gunman, a … Continue reading

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If it Walks Like a Duck …….

… looks like a duck and talks like a duck, it sure as hell ain’t a canary. And yet Barack Obama and his ultra-Leftist nest of anti-Americans, elected by ignorant, gullible and guilt-ridden voters to oversee America, continue to avoid … Continue reading

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Our Divided Nation

How ironic that when he was elected Barack Obama had made a great show of promising to unite America and thereby won the support of legions of gullible voters who viewed him as the answer to all of our problems. … Continue reading

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The Destruction of America Continues

Barack Obama promised change and he is delivering on that promise.  Unfortunately for America, Mr. Obama fed the voters a load of fertilizer that was eagerly accepted as perfume and rolled in accordingly by the guilt-laden, the gullible and the avaricious … Continue reading

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So … Who’s In Charge?

In 1995 Robert D. Putnam authored an essay titled Bowling Alone: America’s Declining Social Capital which in 2000 was followed by a book titled Bowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American Community. As described in Wikipedia:  “Putnam surveys the decline of … Continue reading

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It Is Never Enough

One of the foremost accusations employed by the Left is the constantly reiterated mantra of, “The right is completely unwilling to compromise and insists on ‘my way or the highway’”.  It is reasonable to assume that whatever complaint the Left … Continue reading

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