Pop Goes the Culture First published April 2015 By Rod Eccles America and the West as well as parts of Asia, such as Japan and South Korea, have a real problem on their hands. It’s a problem that is growing. But nowhere is it more glaring and out of control than in the United States. … Continue reading POP Goes The Culture
There is an argument going on in Washington, D.C. that affects each and every one of us. I am not talking about Obamacare, although that does affect each and every one of us. And I am not talking about security issues such as the boarder wall or enhanced check points at air ports, although these, too, affect each and every one of us.
I am sitting on a balcony overlooking the very blue Caribbean waters on a very large ship. I am on a 7 day voyage also known as a cruise. Now I am not trying to brag, just set the tone. On this ship there are some 4,000 plus passengers. These passengers are from all around the world. I have met and spoken with folks from Canada, Barbados, France, Czech Republic, Spain, Germany and a few other places.
I ask you, when in human history has more government meant more individual freedom? Yet they tell us that those who argue for small government and more personal freedom are nothing more than bigots, racists, greedy and self centered. My mom always told me to watch out for those who accuse you of things because it means it is exactly what they really are and wish to hide.
Obama is a 12 year old brat. During the State of the Union, Obama made mention that this was his last two years in office. The Republicans applauded that. Well, so did a majority of Americans, if you follow the polls. But instead of being an adult and Presidential, this man-child had to respond by saying, "I should know, I won both elections."
History has shown us just how racist and bigoted the Democratic Party was and to an extent, still is. The Democrats believe that minorities, especially blacks, cannot make it in life without their help. The dirty little secret is that the Democrats are the reason that minorities have a harder than normal time making it.