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The Alternate World Our Children Want to Live In
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.
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The Catastrophe of Fatherlessness
Fatherlessness is a serious blight on American life. As the family goes, so goes society. And, contrary to what the left says (who spend much of their energy diminishing traditional gender roles and arguing that whatever “family you choose” is just as good as the real thing), fathers are integral to the life of a child.
Posted in Marriage/Family/Culture Tagged All in the Family, Archie Bunke, Bertrand Russell, Cabrini-Green, Charles Crismier, Dr. Paul Vitz, Father Knows Best, Father's Day, fatherlessness, Friedrich Nietzsche, Great Society, H. G. Wells, Hearts of the Fathers, Homer Simpson, Jean Paul Sartre, Leave It to Beaver, Sigmund Freud, The Faith of the Fatherless, Thomas Hobbs, Thomas Sowell, Voltaire Comments Off on The Catastrophe of Fatherlessness