America’s Long March toward a Secular Socialist Democracy

The United States is the only nation in the annals of mankind to be established on the basis of a political and social philosophy centered on natural, or God-given, rights. Yet, within 230 years of our founding, America has been essentially transformed into another secular socialist democracy. This metamorphosis is the end-product of a subtle but determined assault on that philosophical underpinning.

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  • tom_billesley

    In a secular socialist democracy, rights are awarded and withdrawn at the whim of the leadership.

    • Alain

      Exactly!

  • Abu Nudnik

    Very sad. The States, unable to provide eternal happy life, allowed the feds to dangle bribes the people were unable to resist in exchange for their freedom. It will take a master salesman to convince them they were wrong to accept these bribes. Thankfully, there is a master salesman in the House.

    • Abu Nudnik

      The horror is the interminable debt must be met with equally high funding for a military to discourage violent skip-tracers.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Quite a few countries have imploded and given up; switched from some form of republicanism to fascism or anarchy. The US won’t be the last one. Europe is dying, the US is next. Uruguay is ok, so are Japan, South Korea and Taiwan. Israel is holding firm. Canada may eventually bounce back. That’s pretty much it though. Everything else is coming apart at every nail. I’m glad I’m not a kid because this century is going to suuuuck

    • Tooth&Claw

      If you have kids, you grieve for what might have been and what likely will be. It won’t be pretty.

      • Hard Little Machine

        They can move to Israel and Uruguay. I’m on my second citizenship. So are they