Tuesday, December 13, 2016




The assault to finish off the American middle-

class is NOT over

“The report noted that many illegals don't have jobs or have difficulty in landing good jobs because of local laws.”

“However, it identified several states that have begun easing employment laws so that illegals can get a job.”


"The collection of billionaires, bankers, CEOs, generals and social 

arch-reactionaries that will comprise his cabinet and White House 

inner circle is pledged to remove all constraints on the ability of 

the rich to plunder American society for their own personal gain 

and profit."

The Disunited States of America

The election of Donald Trump to the presidency has shed a spotlight on our divisiveness. We are in the throes of a nonviolent civil war where members of families no longer speak to each other and long held friendships have been discarded. Although the Left would like to point the finger at Trump as the reason for the division, it actually began decades earlier with the takeover of the Democratic Party by socialists, communists, and multiculturalists. Their emphasis on what divides us instead of what unites us took root and blossomed at our universities, public school systems, unions, the media, and our universities. The election of Trump is a culmination bred from years of quiet resentment and silent frustration experienced by mainstream Middle America. In Trump, they saw a man who was willing to fight for their representation.
With no identity politics to cling to and no 

advocacy groups to lobby for them, white 

working/middle class stiffs who make up the 

masses, needed a leader who would take on the 

system that no longer included them. 

As the Left and their Democratic cohorts made race, gender, illegals, Hispanics, Muslims, and the Gay lobby the cornerstone of their political ideology and policy, mainstream white Christian working men and women began to question who was looking out for them and where was their voice in policy making decisions affecting their governance.
The emphasis on class warfare, open borders, 

secularism, and multiculturalism at the expense of 

Americanism by not only the Democratic Party, 

but by their cohorts in the media and 

universities has led to a very divided America with

each having a separate vision for the United 

States. The Left as represented by the Democratic 

Party seeks an open-border stateless America 

where anyone who sets foot on our soil is free to 

practice their branch of identity within our borders

and with no allegiance to American sovereignty. 

They seek an America where equality reigns supreme and a statism 

to ensure it. They view socialism as noble and resent free market 

capitalism as potentially damaging their quest for equality.
While the French were motivated by egalitarianism, our founding fathers had a different vision for America. They sought an America defined by three principles. Liberty, Faith, and E Pluribus Unum, the motto that shaped our republic and is responsible for its greatness. There are still Americans who cling to these principles and they are the people who reside in the vast territory that elitists on both coasts view as “flyover country”. It is they who cast their votes for Donald Trump. These free market capitalist Americans have a radically different vision for America than those of Socialist Egalitarian Democrats.
They seek an America where everyone has equal opportunities, but not necessarily equal outcomes. They seek an America where faith in G-d is restored in our schools and public sphere, and an America governed by our Constitution and not the rule of man. They seek an America where our sovereignty is restored and respected while the opportunity to immigrate is granted only to those who share our values and respect our customs.
On the other hand, the Left seeks a borderless 

America without boundaries. Social taboos that were

once considered the norm and that held personal conduct in check 

are relegated as ancient and irrelevant by elitists in the media and 

in our universities. Be it the murder of the unborn, out-of-wedlock 

pregnancy, recreational drugs, alternative sexual lifestyles, illicit 

language, all is desired and permissible for the Left. They 

are defined by their feelings while conservatives on the right are 

defined by reason. They emote while we on the right think. 

Because they are guided by their feelings, they view conservatives 

as mean-spirited and lacking compassion for the common man 

while conservatives correctly view the Left as foolish, 

irrational and immature.
The election of Trump has led Californians to 

threaten to leave the union, and there are 

many Americans who are eager to see them 

leave. Their secession would end the flow of 

illegals from that state and the millions in 

federal grants they now receive. They would be 

free to run that state as a haven for criminals 

and entitlement seekers. Strict corporate 

regulations and high taxes will ensure the 

continuation of corporations fleeing a socialist 

bureaucracy, and in the end, California will 

become a morally and financially bankrupt 

state. "Let's see how long they will last" and "build a wall 

around them" is the sentiment expressed by the rest of America 

caught living between the Leftist East and West Coasts. With no 

funds and no defense, California would most likely shrivel and it 

wouldn't take long before regret set in.
It is difficult to fathom that a country so divided can unite for the common good when what is considered "good" is radically different for both camps. We have become a Disunited States and no amount of cajoling can unite us. It is time to admit that the differences are perhaps greater than the commonalities. Today, in these Disunited States, many view the enemy is not only from without, but from within.
Shari Goodman, educator and political activist, has written for World Net Daily, Israel Today, Family Security Matters, and Eagle Rising. She is a red dot in the blue state of California. 

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