• The PPJ Gazette
Americans never used to worry about tyranny. Fear of oppression is a twenty-first century phenomenon. Before the millennium, we felt comfortable that we would be protected by our system and heritage. Sure, the government might misstep, and the United States Constitution had been eroded, but few believed that the people in power actually intended to harm us.
Then George H. W. Bush became president and the progressives went all paranoid. They believed Bush would destroy them either through an oppressive state or by ignoring a global ecological disaster— surely Brown Shirts or melting icecaps would invade our homes. It was all just too horrible to imagine … but they did.
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