Jeffries sets up the dichotomy thusly: "Our thesis is that the sun people, the African family of warm communal hope, meets an antithesis, the vision of ice people, Europeans, colonizers, oppressors, the cold, rigid element in world history." Sadly for Jeffries and his melanin-rich ilk, such social warmth hasn’t generated much in the way of technology—if it takes them a whole village to raise a child, I’d imagine it takes them a whole country to build a chair.
Putin has recently attempted to furnish his subjects with a conservative nationalist ideology to counter aggressive American globalist liberalism. The ex-man recognizes that liberalism—in the reigning sense of minoritarianism—is suffering from diminishing marginal returns, with ever-tinier minorities the subject of its obsessions... Much of the American press’s anger at Russia stems from the feeling that maybe Putin is on to something.
The government is the hugest government in the world and meddles in the lives of its citizens in every way imaginable. The government accepts no limits on its power whatsoever. The president rules by decree. This isn't done under some new constitution. This is all done under the 1787 one, says Ryan McMaken in this article, The Constitution Failed, at Mises Economics Blog.
Did you know that early Americans opposed police forces? They viewed them as a 'standing army,' an idea they dreaded because they felt that, eventually, that army would be used against them. Now, with the militarization of our police forces, we're creating a standing army whose duty it is to enforce laws, even the most minor of laws, using military-grade weaponry, and Americans don't seem to care anymore, says John Silveira in this article, The militarization of America's police forces, at Backwoods Home.
The politically correct are so violent in the assertion of their ideals because they crave the subjugation of the mainstream and a recognition of their "rightness." They don’t want people to "accept" their beliefs as tolerable. They want people to adore their beliefs as supreme. They want every man, woman and child to reinforce their ideals without question. The malfunction of this philosophy is that zealots are never satisfied. They must always find new ways to feel superior to others. So they continuously engineer new taboos and new sins, no matter how ridiculous, says Brandon Smith in this article, The Twisted Motives Behind Political Correctness, at Alt-Market.
American Bar Association - Healthcare isn't a partisan issue. Federal control over elections isn't a partisan issue. Guns aren't a partisan issue. Except these days, they are all partisan issues. The way partisans get what they want is by telling you that what they want isn't a partisan issue. leaders believe so deeply in things like gun control, federalized elections and race preferences that they can't imagine any disagreement.