A cultural tipping point in the United States
Letters to the Editor
We, the U.S.A., have reached a cultural and economic tipping point, the recent school shooting in Newtown, Conn., the recent killing of Christ Stevens, ambassador in Libya, the refusal of our former Secretary of State to take full and unconditional responsibility for insufficient security at many U.S. diplomatic residences and embassies around the world.
Plus the display of absolute dysfunction within the legislative branch of our government, which the whole world can easily see. And our dysfunctional national government has not shown any interest in starting to arrest our descent into the...
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