Culture War
Many from both the right and the left bemoan the state of the American culture today. Whether it is the lack of positive images in TV, movies, music, politicians, sports figures, police in schools and more, freedom and morality are discussed as being in conflict with each other. Benjamin Franklin once wrote on the subject: "Only a virtuous people are capable of freedom. As nations become corrupt and vicious, they have more need for masters." This should ring true to you today as we debate not only our eroding culture, but the role of government in our lives. Are culture and the need for more government control more connected than we realize?

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from The Gray Area:

To many Americans, the Progressive utopia espoused by the media, hollywood elites and the Democrat Party, defies logic, is an oxymoron, and a falsehood. This story confirms how ridiculous the utopian concept has become.

1. Bob Lamey’s controversial transition into retirement is having a domino effect. ...“Last night WISH-TV severed ties with me after former sports broadcaster Bob Lamey apparently inaccurately attributed a racial slur to me during an interview in the early 80’s,” ... Daly issued his own apology, while also offering an explanation for why he didn’t understand the ramifications of using the slur at the time. “When I used that phrase in the early 80’s, I had no idea that in this country that phrase had a horribly different meaning and connotation, as it was commonplace in Ireland. After moving to the United States, I quickly learned what a derogatory term it was,” Daly said. “When I was first informed of this, I was mortified at the offense I might have caused people. I have therefore never used the word since. I made this mistake once, but never again. … “I want everyone to know I deeply regret and sincerely apologize for what I said more than three decades ago.”

The Progressive utopia is nothing more than a prototypical Socialist, Marxist, Communist oppressive dictatorship by another name. A failure, once again.

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