Monthly Archives: May 2014

What the 1960s wrought is what we live with today: a rapidly decaying civilization.

“Campus liberals promoted unbridled sexual freedom while raising alarms over sexual harassment. Sorting out the charges was either left to the putative female victim or the campus clarisy, which insisted that the rules for rape would be judged by a … Continue reading

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Brainwashing by the American Academy; i.e., Public Schools and Universities…

“Students who had imbibed postmodernism [All who attend the American Academy: Public Schools and universities] left college with the sense that while they had been enlightened, the workaday middle class was drowning in illusions. Worse yet, they found it difficult … Continue reading

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Jurisprudence is by nature a science generating altercation, division, and general discontent

“The 1988 presidential election was our first and so far only national race in which virtually all the central issues of the campaign ─ criminal rights, abortion rights, capital punishment, the required recital (by teachers) of the Pledge of Allegiance … Continue reading

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The Liberal Bequest Continues…

“While liberals worked on perfecting their rights regimen, the private-sector middle class was subject to rising crime rates, collapsing cities, family breakdown, global and immigrant [illegal and otherwise] competition, and stagnant incomes. Violent crime rose sharply in the 1960s and … Continue reading

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Why all the fuss over Global Warming or Climate Change? Because… “The scientific worldview has ceased to be a scientific view in the true sense of the word:” – Werner Carl Heisenberg

“Al Gore’s Oscar-winning movie An Inconvenient Truth brought key players in America’s neo-British establishment ─ Hollywood, Washington, Silicon Valley, and academia ─ to an unreasoning fervor. But the idea of turning over the future of the American economy to U.N. … Continue reading

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When Bad People do Bad Things There Are Always More Calls for Government Controls Over Their Instruments, as Though Guns, Knives, Hammers, and Clubs Act on Their Own…

“But it is silly to visit displeasure on the servants rather than on the actual authors, for the outrage is not committed by the hands but by the persons who used their hands to commit it, and it is these … Continue reading

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The Birth of Unnatural ‘Rights’

“…[FDR] sought to build something new. He developed the concept of collective and economic rights, as represented by the Wagner Act (1935), which gave organized labor an enormous boost, and then by his “Second Bill of Rights” speech (1944), which … Continue reading

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