The anointed leader took the podium and proclaimed the message that a hopeful Americaâ€”an America pleading for changeâ€”longed to hear: Yesterday, the people went to the polls and they cast their vote for a new direction. . . . I’m confident that we can work together. I’m confident that we can overcome the temptation to divide this country between red and blue.
I nearly lost my faith in big-politics while in the act of voting during the 2000 election. I cast my ballot in a small church in Ft. Smith, Arkansas, that employed a now old-school voting booth
Why do I rehearse these aspects of American history specifically, and why do they bother me so much? Simple. These changes in the American system directly reflect the famous Ten Planks of the Communist Manifesto. We have witnessed a gradual progression into a Marxist American, all the while boasting ourselves champions of freedom. Well, the land of the free, and the home of the brave,
It is not a stretch to say that America is not what it used to be. Many American Vision regulars will readily identify with the sentiment. What needs to be pushed, however, is a reminder about how and in what ways we have changed. The program we have followed and where we have ended up […]
Here in the Atlanta area we are suffering from gas shortages. We are one of a few pointed regions of the Southeast (also particularly Nashville and the Carolinas) that has experienced a squeeze at the pumps since Hurricane Ike (we have no local refineries, and our gas is trucked from one main pipeline that routes […]
For those who trust in man, man shall be their destruction. For those who trust in politics, politics shall be their judgment. There is the line attributed to the classic cynic H. L. Mencken, “Democracy is the theory that the common people know what They want, and deserve to get it good and hard.” Isaiah […]