The war continues to rage against us, the common collective of humanity marches ever closer to the abyss. Every day these clandestine efforts from progressive leaders claim yet another guardian.

Policies instituted to achieve their long-term agenda leaves our society with huge tears to the very fabric on which America was founded. The phrase, “War on Police” has been the greatest injustice to us all; it made us feel like only we were the target and left everyone else thinking this fight is not about them, creating an us vs. them mentality that we now ourselves in. Perhaps instead we should call it the “War on America” and consider the war on cops more like a battle or campaign.

What has happened to us? As a nation, when did we turn? Have the lessons of past history shown us nothing? Will we ever regain our stance as a great nation?




We have learned throughout history that a nation spreading itself thin is a nation that can’t defend itself. We have seen mighty nations collapse based on open borders and open hearts. We have seen countries trying to dominate all they see and fall because it left its home weak and unprotected.

We have also seen these principles outlined in “Rules for Radicals” written by Saul David Alinsky. The book outlines in detail a formula for America’s demise. A plan being executed by the fringes of our government. No longer is it left vs. right, but rather good vs. evil.


The basic principles of which our founding fathers based our nation’s foundation are being eroded by government overreach, forced policy, and executive order. Our rights granted by the Constitution are slowly squeezed out of the frame of everyday life. Over-sensationalized stories regurgitated hourly to distract important issues or to add more emphasis on weak talking points to spin a narrative that is favorable for the agenda. Politicians using their office as a lifelong occupation and resisting consistent demands and work against creating term limits. A push from them to work less, travel more and remain unaccountable for their votes, which ultimately go against the vast majority of the American people.


Maxine Waters has blamed Chicago’s violent crime on police. (Flickr)


Our system has failed because we failed our system. It was our sole responsibility to ensure that we placed the right people into office. It was our responsibility to keep special interests out of politics and to hold our leaders accountable for what they do or don’t do.

When we have politicians living in mansions, walled off from constituents, demanding our nation not build those same walls, we have failed.

When we have elected members of government living outside of the voting district they represent, we have failed.

When we allow members to pass bills before looking to see what’s in them, we have failed.

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Letting government officials continuously be voted into office is a failure. When we watch a presidential debate without a single flag present, we have traveled too far down the wrong road.

We now live in a society that looks to punish our protectors and defend our deviants. We have formed a culture that berates officers for reacting to violence while demanding they have the right to resist and fight authority.

We’ve employed a government that feels it’s okay to turn its back on its citizens and embraces those who have broken the laws to come here. A system that authorizes free tuition for the undocumented yet fails to provide the same treatment to Gold Star families. We have seen our nation tear down monuments to pander to the emotionally weak in lieu of maintaining a testament to our past as both a reminder to our evils and a trophy to our pride.

Liz Warren has repeatedly called the entire criminal justice system racist ‘from front to back.’ (Wikipedia Commons)


The current war on police is a war against the common man. Weaken those who are sworn to protect you, making them ineffective. Creating bail reform regulations that make it easier for the criminal element to remain active and voting under the guise of social justice. The emasculation of modern society and the war on our language makes for a scene out of “Demolition Man” rather than modern day America.

Several cities have taken steps to follow in NYC’s footsteps to dismiss countless warrants and mandated protocol to bar police from assisting federal agencies like DHS and ICE. Schools are working overtime to indoctrinate our youth, rigging the system through common core to dumb down the brilliant and give false hope to others. Judges releasing serial offenders to only have them strike again with no worry for their future on the bench. God has left our classrooms, our courthouses and our society. We have crafted a warped culture that rewards the broken home, accepts those without morals and elevates the ethically corrupt.


Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez vowed to help raise money for those who broke the law at a recent protest. (Flickr/Wikipedia)


In our attempt to bring our nation back to its former glory, let’s hold true to her founding. Speak the truth; be not afraid or intimidated to speak out against the agenda. Stand strong in your faith and conviction even if it means standing alone. Live by example. Let your words mean something and let your promises be law. And most of all, be patient. This happened over several generations; it will not change overnight.


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