In his book, Amusing Ourselves to Death: Public Discourse in the Age of Show Business, author Neil Postman describes the growth and outright dominance of the entertainment industry and the all-pervading influence it has had upon American culture. More to the point – the book illustrated how a culture could literally be dumbed down by the type of entertainment it dealt with and consisted of. Equally telling in the author’s mind was how much time was spent viewing and reading material that was as frivolously meaningless as it was sensual and vulgar.
Posted in Marriage/Family/Culture, Media Watch
Tagged Aldous Huxley, Amusing Ourselves to Death, B.F. Skinner, Brave New World, Charles Bronson, Charles Darwin, Clint Eastwood, Friedrich Nietzsche, Jean Paul Sarte, Jimmy Cagney, Karl Marx, Neil Postman, roe vs. wade, Sigmund Freud
When Vice President Kamala Harris gave a speech on the 50th anniversary of “Roe v. Wade” about a week ago, she infamously left out the Creator—when talking about our rights. One wag told me, “Hey, at least Kamala didn’t say, we ‘are created by … you know, the thing,’” as did her boss on the campaign trail.
Posted in Marriage/Family/Culture
Tagged Adolf Hitler, American Revolution, Charles Darwin, Clay Christensen, Creator, Declaration of Independence, Dennis Prager, French Revolution, Kamala Harris, Richard Weikart, Thomas Jefferson
Margaret Sanger, her sister, Ethel Byrne, and Fania Mindell opened the first birth control clinic in the United States in the Brownsville section of Brooklyn, New York on October 16, 1916. The clinic was later raided by the NYPD, and all three women were arrested and charged with violating the Comstock Act for distributing obscene materials. After laws governing birth control were relaxed, Sanger founded the American Birth Control League in 1921, which was renamed the Planned Parenthood Federation of America in 1942.
Posted in Sanctity of Life
Tagged American Birth Control League, birth control, Cecile Richards, Charles Darwin, Comstock Act, Dan Forest, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Ethel Byrne, Fania Mindell, Hillary Clinton, Ku Klux Klan, Margaret Sanger, MLK Day, Planned Parenthood, Students for Life of America
The world is quickly becoming over-populated. There is not enough water, food, fuel or other natural resources to sustain us all. We will soon be faced with a “survival of the fittest” class struggle, as the “have-nots” contend with the “haves” for land and property rights, in an attempt to stay alive during the coming economic apocalypse that ensues. Billions will starve to death (or worse) as every blade of grass is consumed by the ever-encroaching urban sprawl and demand for limited services.
At least this is the neo-Marxist narrative the socialist / globalist journalist, politicians and educrats want you …
Posted in Islam & Sharia, Marriage/Family/Culture, Sanctity of Life
Tagged An Essay on the Principle of Population as It Affects the Future Improvement of Society, Birth Control Review, Birth rate, Charles Darwin, Demographic Winter, eugenics, Margaret Sanger, On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, overpopulation, Paul Ehrlich, Planned Parenthood, Roe v. Wade, The Population Bomb, Thomas Malthus, zero population
It seems that America is now locked in an endless loop of tension and violence. Many disaffected Americans are railing out at a government they see as being abusive and vindictive. Movements like “Black Lives Matter” have pitted some African-American (and other) citizens against police officers, in a vicious cycle of street demonstrations and police force.
In some ways, these tensions are not new, and can be traced all the way to the American Civil War, through segregation, the Civil Rights Movement up to today. Americans have always been deeply divided on issues of race, and equal rights.
Now, police …