This is the most controversial post I have ever written in ten years of blogging. I wrote it because I was very angry at a specific incident.
Many of us have, for years, warned those closest to us about the over reach of government, the expansion of the surveillance state, globalization, and economic unsustainability. In the majority of instances, our diatribes, citations and impassioned arguments have likely fallen on deaf ears.
That is the reality. Citing five recent headlines, SGT Report highlights how the real story can only be found in alternative media, while the mainstream simply sugarcoats it.
Was it the mainstream media that told us we were on the brink of a total collapse of our financial system? Or that the NSA was surveilling every American? Or that despite the promises made in Washington, unemployment would rise and tens of millions would be added to food stamp rolls?
Or that the government was systematically locking down our country, militarizing our police departments and gutting our Constitution? Yes — they told us.
But by the time most Americans were made aware of it, it was already after the fact. They were, as always, a day late and a trillion dollars short. Because they told you everything was fine.
Had you been paying attention to reality, you would have known otherwise.
I have long called myself a social conservative. I think it is very important to have standards for behaviour (etiquette) and defined roles. The problems with this system is not that it exists, but the lack of flexibility and the value placed on them. I felt like a burden. Then I discovered John Stuart Mill and Milton Friedman and they said “People deserve to determine the course of their own lives” and “you own yourself” and stuff like that and I started entertaining the idea that I deserved to live, by virtue of being human. The main problem with writers like Joe (and to be fair, that’s a Tiny group) is that they destroy the dreams of the rest of us, I’ve always been a pretty good writer and at times I think maybe I should start blogging and try to build an audience, but then you read a Posnanski piece like this and you realise, why bother, I’d just be wasting everyone’s time, why pollute the world with my.
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The reasons why teenagers don't talk to their parents go far beyond their hormones and bad moods. An open, honest relationship needs to be founded from birth. The main problem with writers like Joe (and to be fair, that’s a Tiny group) is that they destroy the dreams of the rest of us, I’ve always been a pretty good writer and at times I think maybe I should start blogging and try to build an audience, but then you read a Posnanski piece like this and you realise, why bother, I’d just be wasting everyone’s time, why pollute the world with my.
Teenagers should be allowed more freedom. They shouldn't have the freedom to do whatever they want online without any kind of supervision or limits.
things like that. I think teenagers. Oct 11, · Why Are More American Teenagers Than Ever Suffering From Severe Anxiety? Parents, therapists and schools are struggling to figure out whether helping anxious teenagers means protecting them or. Teenagers should do whatever they want as we live life once so we should live it in our way .."love the life u love and live the life u love"..
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