Conservatives, do you believe that American culture & society are regressing towards a New Dark
Ages? Do you contend that American culture & society as previously known has dissolved, to be replaced by a darker period? If so, detail how American culture & society is currently in a Dark Ages?
People in other countries look toward American Values. In many countries the people believe that America is turning away from its values:
Hatred and Anger have become Family and Political Values.
The Republican Party, in embracing Trump's Values, are saying that it's OK to run for President on the platform of Hatred and Lying. That's what the Islamic State relies on. And the whole world will move into a New Dark Age if Trump is elected. The Beacon of Light and Hope will be replaced by a Beacon of Hatred. And the world will follow.
by Jack Lee 6 days ago
Equal representation in the media, in Hollywood, in academia and in public unions...?By all polls, the American people is approx. 40% conservative, 40% liberal and 20% moderate. Yet 90% of academia professors are liberal. How come?
by Grace Marguerite Williams 15 months ago
Do you believe that American culture & society will become more debased BEFORE becoming better? Why?Why not?
by Grace Marguerite Williams 2 years ago
Why does American culture and society place a very high premium on being liked, especiallybeing popular over intellectual attributes? Why is anti-intellectualism rampant in American culture and society? What makes being popular & likable the be and end all in American culture...
by Rachel Woodruff 7 years ago
I came across this article when I was researching whether Liberalism was the symptom of the problem or the disease and I thought I would share it and see what others thought. Liberalism: a toxic philosophyKlaus RohrichBrookesNews.ComMonday 17 September 2007 It may surprise individuals who consider...
by Elizabeth Below 5 years ago
What does Honey Boo Boo mean for American culture?First it was her Go-Go Juice on "Toddlers & Tiaras" and now we're getting to know the entire Thompson family via "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo" -- like a trainwreck we can't turn away. Does the show's popularity reflect...
by Ralph Deeds 7 years ago
A long article in this week's "The New Yorker" by Sean Wilentz entitled "Confounding Fathers" traces the antecedents of Glenn Beck's rants and the Tea Party's hysteria to two individuals who spouted much of the nonsense now being repeated Beck and the Teatards. Unfortunately...
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