Death of Decency – How You Can Resurrect It

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by Paul Hamlin Decency – it can be brought back to life Remember the days of “the wave”? You’d be out driving, running, walking, or out in public (with real people) and someone would see you, they may not even know you, but they’d strangely wave, or at the least nod. It was a bizarre ritual, almost to say “hey, I acknowledge your existence and I assume you’re not a horrible human being!”.  There was a sense of decency in it all.   Oh, the good old days. Times when…

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America Is Heading Towards A Second Civil War

by Tony Wyman Thirty-five percent. That was the consensus chance a panel of national security experts polled by Foreign Policy magazine in 2017 said America had of entering into a second civil war over the next 10 to 15 years.  And that poll was conducted five weeks before the fractious clash of alt-right hate groups and Antifa leftists in Charlottesville, Virginia. Had the poll been conducted after the death of one protester at the hands of a neo-Nazi, the percentage might have been even higher. One of those polled was…

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Why National Compass – Why Now?

by Richard Cameron When we went into the imagineering phase of identifying a domain name for this new media platform, a great deal of discussion among our writing staff was involved. The question essentially was, “What is the main issue in our society that we could address as a purpose of existence – a raison d’etre for the nascent website?” The conversation kept coming back to things like the direction the country was headed and the widening divisions between our citizens. This led to the suggestion of names that reflected…

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