Liz Bennett couldn’t marry Darcy. Nor can your daughter.

Pride and Prejudice

Summary: America's social structure changes slowly and unnoticed, taking us to a future with the class system of the past. Jane Austin's books describe our children's lives -- unless we take back the reins of America. We can do that now. If we wait too long, we won't be able to do so.  {This is … Continue reading Liz Bennett couldn’t marry Darcy. Nor can your daughter.

Three stories of America’s decline for your weekend reading

Summary:  Here are three stories about the decline of America. They're too complex and too good to abstract. Please read them. The Republic is happening on our watch. It need not be so. That is the vital thing we must realize. Everything flows from that. . I use Twitter (@FabiusMaximus01) to flag interesting and valuable … Continue reading Three stories of America’s decline for your weekend reading

Why Elizabeth Bennet could not marry Mr. Darcy. Nor can your daughter.

Summary: America's social structure changes slowly and unnoticed, taking us to a future with the class system of the past. Jane Austin would understand this New America, and her books might even describe our children's lives. Unless we take back the reins of America.   Contents Back to the future for New America. Conclusions. How … Continue reading Why Elizabeth Bennet could not marry Mr. Darcy. Nor can your daughter.

What’s the big lesson for American from the Bush-Obama years?

Here is an excerpt from an article that deserves to be read in full.  You'll see in Hayes' recommendation the vagueness that results from unwillingness to say that we're responsible for our problems -- and only we can fix them.  Instead he resorts to abstractions like "democratization", long words that in effect hope for the Blue Fairy … Continue reading What’s the big lesson for American from the Bush-Obama years?