“Age of Entitlement” -Why politicians don’t do what most voters want

Among the next books I’m going to purchase (the first being Peter Schweitzer’s  “Profiles in Corruption”) is “Age of Entitlement” by Christopher Caldwell.  It goes a long ways towards explain the civil rights industrial complex that The United States created in the 1960 and now groans under the yoke of this new extra-legal tyranny.

Tucker Carlson interviewed the author last week, where the two explain in about 3 minutes the central premise of this work . Watch

Joe Biden tweeted “Transgender equality is the civil rights issue of our time” this weekend, thus certifying Caldwell’s proposition of the misuse of Civil Rights provision to subjugate those who believe in traditional values of probity. Here

5 Comments on “Age of Entitlement” -Why politicians don’t do what most voters want

  1. To quote black Baltimore City politicians who were
    talking to a black businessman sub rosa about where
    all the government money goes while the City stays poor.
    (He bravely spilled the beans on talk radio)
    “We are in the business of “Poor”. They explained:
    “If we fix things the money stops coming.”

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  2. The greatest achievement of President Trump has been his relentless transformation of the federal bench. Running to court isn’t near the same beneficial gamble it once was.

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  3. “GIMME GIMME GIMMEE GIMME GIMME GIMMEE GIMMEE… or I’m NOT voting for you.”

    And THAT’S what most DEMOCRAP voters WANT these days. 🙄

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