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Whittle on Virtue and Self Regulation

Kindly take a look at this video on Virtue and Self Regulation. That’s the main point of our culture war.  If you tear away virtue, as the Cultural Marxists have so successfully done, society begins to crumble.  The family has suffered.  Children grow up without parents, or stable families.  Children have suffered, and have created successive generations of other suffering children.  Or, we simply kill the children if they are too inconvenient.  Violence and crime have increased.  Society celebrates death and destruction.  These are the products of cultural Marxism. Now, we see, in the attacks on Christianity, the plans come to fruition.  To destroy […]

The consequences of electing leaders with little or no virtue

Samuel Adams once said, “If ever time should come, when vain and aspiring men shall possess the highest seats in Government, our country will stand in need of its experienced patriots to prevent its ruin.”  Now more than ever these powerful words ring true.  In the aftermath of the first Presidential debate we see the works of these vain and aspiring politicians.  We now see how far they will go to hang on to power.  After the President’s terrible debate performance Obama shifted his strategy to lying about Mitt Romney’s position on the issues.  He had to because Romney not […]

Is the Perfect Government for the US Now a Dictatorship? Thoughts Inspired by Montesquieu

Montesquieu was a French social commentator and first-rate political thinker who lived during the Enlightenment. Although he most famous for his influential writings on the benefits of separating political powers up between three branches of government, another important concept that he wrote about was virtue. Montesquieu thought that the State should be a reflection of the people- “The government most comfortable to nature is that which best agrees with the humour and disposition of the people in whose favour it is established.” Let’s say that the people of a certain nation desires to all be equally poor and to live […]