It stops here, with Arizona

By Carolyn Lowman / June 28, 2015

In America, we know that however hard things have been this year, there is always next year. We know that for centuries, “next year, in America” has been the ultimate hope for people without hope.

The prognosis is not good presently; the information suggests that America simply can’t be restored from our ashes of apathy and fear; from the average American’s abdication of our citizen duties to oversee our servant government.  The information suggests that too many Americans are now living on the dole, looking to government as a false god walking on earth.  Practical Marxists, who could never be self-governing again.  The information suggests: it can’t be done.