The power of III

Summum ius summa iniuria--More law, less justice

27 February 2011

Michael Goodwin @ NY Post: Gimme culture imperils nation

"The real war is over the entitlement culture itself. And while government spending is the most visible part, the ultimate issues are the character and fate of our nation. 

Any serious conversation about American decline must start with the fact that too many of our countrymen have lost the plot about how the United States became the beacon of the free world, the world's largest economy, and the lone superpower."

"For those who have no sense or interest in how we got here, it is easy to believe we are immune from the laws of history that inevitably reduce empires to dust. 

From that willful ignorance, it's perfectly acceptable to demand pay without work, or, almost as insidious, pay and pensions that dwarf those of your neighbors who foot the bill."

1 comment:

  1. There is suspicion even about Regents exams, with The Wall Street Journal finding that 65, the minimum passing score, was the most common score in many high schools.

    Since when was 65 passing? Good Lord.