A number of our social problems and political divisions come from the inability of people to formulate and conform to a national identity. Minorities fail to assimilate properly because they’re not taught what it means to be an American. Even non-immigrant students are sometimes confused about what is right with America, what is wrong about our history, and whether or not they should be proud of their country.
I sometimes think that Christians are crippled with fear. Their crippling phobia is not fear of death, or fear of speaking the Word of God, but rather a fear of being polluted by non-Christians, or by other Christians whose doctrines differ from their own.
Mr President, no one has taken more health insurance policies away from the American people than you have! Since the implementation of Obamacare, over seven million policies have been cancelled, many of them being family policies, as insurance companies struggle to adapt to your “one size fits all” insurance requirements.
Government in the Age of Obama has perilously diminished the importance of the individual, his rights to life and property, and his moral responsibility to himself and the civil society of which he is a part
Conservatives look back at the Clinton Era with a wistful longing because, despite his moral dissipation and destruction of the image of the Presidency, he did not overtly try to socialize and paralyze the free market. While we lolled in security and prosperity, immorality was normalized among the leaders in our highest offices.
“What can we do to get these books into classrooms and libraries?” After a time I made a little sign that said, “Please buy two books and donate the extra one to your local school.” Like any worthy endeavor, selling books is a grassroots
Personal virtues serve as the equivalent of social, psychological, and political antigens in warding off, at the point of entry, the disease and decay which potentially strip entire populations of their identities as Children of God, and replace them with a self-imposed identities as chattel of the state.