Institutional Madness: Weekly Roundup

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“He that would live in peace & at ease, Must not speak all he knows or judge all he sees.”

– Ben Franklin, Poor Richard’s Almanack, 1736

It is better to fight for something than die for nothing.

-author Unknown (well, Maybe)

Should we rest this week, hope for the best and not call out the insanity of the daily assault on all things American? While my blood pressure may disagree, here is my weekend roundup of the lunacy with a hint of hope.

The Bad:

-$1.9 trillion of covid-relief when it it’s too late, mostly unneeded, loaded with “pork” and unable to be paid for with existing funds. See post:

-President Biden opens to the border to increased numbers of refugees, illegal immigrants and limits enforcement of existing immigration laws. See post:

-Woke leftists pressure Dr. Seuss Enterprises to cancel 6 titles. see post:

-The U.S. House passes a voting reform bill to ensure Democratic Party success in future election. see post:

-Gun control measures builds strength in Congress and in the media. see post:

The Good and the Bad:

Liberalism has infiltrated much of America and most institutions. One area shows promise- State Government see post:

The Good:

-Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, Kristi Noem, Ron DeSantis and other Republican leaders reinvigorated the party and embraced our freedoms at CPAC. see post:

-Texas and Mississippi are joining over a dozen of sane states in choosing freedom over mandate. While masks and other measures will still be used in these states, the state government will allow businesses and individuals to choose.

-Continued job growth and a sizzling housing market highlight the American economic rebound.

This week, the preponderance of events have been negative; largely overshadowing the resiliency of average Americans to weather not only an overstated pandemic, but an oppressive, socio-political entity of the woke left. We can draw inspiration from our ancestors who similarly faced obstacles in preserving freedom, domestically and globally. The uphill battle to preserve the Republic is much like the dedicated ibex in the video below; who follows wise parents and navigates obstacles in the path to success.

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