I learned something that morning about implosions. They begin with a series of seemingly unrelated explosions, followed by a pause, and then a sudden collapse.
Four Explosive Decisions
Ladies and gentlemen, over the last 50 years our Supreme Court has made four explosive decisions that have so weakened the moral and spiritual structure and foundation of our country that our inevitable collapse is certain. Right now we're simply living between that time of the explosions that have weakened our basic foundation, and the coming implosion.
The only question is whether it can ever be undone.
I have been broadcasting for 31 years and writing for longer than that. I do not recall ever saying on radio or in print that a president is doing lasting damage to our country. I did not like the presidencies of Jimmy Carter (the last Democrat I voted for) or Bill Clinton. Nor did I care for the “compassionate conservatism” of George W. Bush. In modern political parlance “compassionate” is a euphemism for ever-expanding government.
That is the question. Has there been some real change in the American character or at least some change in Americans leading to their rejection of or mortal apathy toward the American idea?
Isn’t that what Mitt Romney was getting at with his comment about the so-called 47 percent? Wasn’t he expressing his fear that when as many Americans are receiving more from the government than they are contributing to it, we may have passed the point where we can preserve America as a uniquely productive free-market dynamo committed to the goal of maintaining equal opportunity and equal protection under the law?
Does she even have a future?
Nothing short of a fundamental transformation of foreign policy will suffice to begin to repair the damage
Aside from the carnage in Benghazi, the most enduring image from Hillary Clinton's tenure as US Secretary of State was the fake remote control she brought with her to Moscow in 2009 with the word "Reset" in misspelled Russian embossed on it.
Joseph Farah explains why and how he'll continue to fight for America
Put a fork in it. It’s done.
All we can do now is wait for the implosion and make the best of it.
Liberty, constitutionally limited government and self-government are dreams of the past. They aren’t coming back.
More and more I hear sentiments like this expressed openly by friends and acquaintances. These are good people, smart people who have given up on the idea of fighting back for the principles that made American great through the system. Everything’s been decided, they say. What’s the use? The system is broken. It’s not coming back.