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The World (America) Is Upside-Down, Part 2

twit123 Wrote: Apr 16, 2013 5:10 PM
Some of the black ancestors of Africa made slavery happen because they were the vendors of their own slave brothers. They sold them to the white people. Slavery did not happen without this other party.
Recently, I wrote a column arguing that the world is upside-down -- by which I meant "our" world, America. Today I offer more exhibits in support of my case that our culture is unraveling.

I realize that in today's America, the notion that we should seek to preserve and promote the traditions, values and ideals that this country's founding generation mostly shared is considered not just passé but offensively wrongheaded. Yes, why would we want to perpetuate a once underlying consensus (and the Constitution formulated on it) that gave rise to the greatest nation in world history? Well, many don't, as they...