Summary: Every day brings stranger news about America. These stories tell us a lot about how we are changing, and why. There are several levels to this problem, but there are solutions. “A society does not ever die 'from natural causes', but always dies from suicide or murder -- and nearly always from the former….” ― Arnold … Continue reading Madness of our elites is like dead canaries in a coal mine.
Summary: Universities have become centers of disorders, indoctrinating our youth in weird ideologies and undemocratic values. Here a professor of anthropology examines his own institution and exposes disturbing trends. This Does Not Represent the Views of the University By Maximilian C. Forte, From Zero Anthropology, 20 January 2018. Reposted with his generous permission. Questions about the … Continue reading An anthropologist looks at our universities & sees weirdness
Summary: As we begin a new year, let's look at the New America rising on the ruins of the old. Why is this happening? What's the key step to stopping this, and beginning the real reform of America? Voices from the past can guide us. An unfortunate side-effect of historical analysis -- in which one … Continue reading Let’s use the New Year to start the reform of America
Summary: As we mourn the latest crop of mass shooting deaths, let's push to understand the key reason for American's love of guns and indifference to the deaths they cause. Another day, another mass shooting in America. Like most of our problems, it results from our inability to see the world clearly, our indifference to … Continue reading Why Americans love guns and don’t care about the blood
Summary: It's another sign of America's decay. As adults, they are unlikely to change their values. Soon two generations of Americans won't value free speech . These young people are part of America, and eventually will be America. Let's fix this problem before it is too late. The Republic seems strong, rock-like, even eternal. But we … Continue reading A new generation of Americans doesn’t value free speech