Part I – The Current Nightmare Ask anyone who watches FOX “News”, and they’ll tell you that they represent “Real America,” which of course implies that everyone else is only playing at being American. Talk to them for more than five minutes and you’ll hear a seething undercurrent of rage…not …Wait! Don’t stop there!
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This is a book review of a book by David Horowitz which is profound, personal and a passionately argued analysis and refutation of this century’s most cherished secular god, the socialist utopian state and the ideology that it is built upon. While not lengthy, this work by Horowitz is one of the most important of the decade because of its substantiated thesis linking socialist ideology with religious presuppositions.
If they were asked to take a hard and honest look at the problems facing this country in today’s world, it is easy for most people to identify the five or six overriding issues that deeply affect the most Americans. I would bet that the following issues would make most people’s top ten.
We’ve all come across people who just seem incapable of modifying their perspective based on new data being presented. Most of us still mouth the words that additional education (or indoctrination/propaganda as is often the case) is what is needed since surely this person will turn around if his/her consciousness is sufficiently expanded with additional data backing your perspective. However, all too often deep inside we know that some people are “hopeless”.
The Baby Boomers have long controlled our government. As the obstacles to our nation’s progress have mounted, Baby Boomer political leaders have largely sought to deflect responsibility, avoid tough decisions, and instead focus their efforts on discrediting their political opponents. As the Boomers have grown in their influence, they have not only failed to solve problems, but in many ways, they have left American Democracy worse off.
Why the moment has arrived to create worldwide political party to confront the problems facing the world. It is time people united to fight poverty, corruption, war, human rights violations.
This is an important political year full of excitement, so it’s easy to be engaged. We’re probably finding more people expressing their opinions about politics than ever before. But what about doing this at the workplace?
In the olden days before Politically Correct was born, writers understood the difference between constructive criticism and a negative, personal flame. They knew what they were going to get when they asked for a critique, and used what they could to improve their work.
The No Child Left Behind Act certainly had an ambitious goal. It mandated that all students tested in reading and math would reach grade level by the year 2014. Six years ago, when the law was passed, almost no one believed that this standard for success was realistic.
There was a time that being politically correct meant speaking and acting in a considerate manner to others. Now it means speaking and acting in a manner acceptable to the Hollywood and politically left wing Elite who have appointed themselves as the arbitrators of what is proper and what is not proper.