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When I first heard the debate on Fox News about the rise of women as the primary bread winners, I wasn't surprised to hear them talking about the "science of male dominance," and the negative impact these changes will have on traditional marriages, I thought of all the other seemingly impossible debates that have since been turned into actual legislation, including climate denial, creationism, and guns in schools. How would any of these ridiculous subjects actually make it on to the agenda of our school board?
The answer is money. People get paid to sit down with our elected leaders in order to construct legislation for the benefit of wealthy individuals whose only interest is in their profit margin. Think tanks are tapped to devise crafty slogans and talking points which they spread across the blogosphere and hold meetups to indoctrinate frustrated citizens into their radicalized agenda.
While at first, I thought all of this was Big Government Big Business in action on the national level, but lately I have seen these same frustrated citizens in our local community spreading their radicalized agenda to the detriment of our school system. That is the influence which outside money has on our local politics, whereby a private billionaire not only has the means of affording his own personal legislator, but access to a digital network which divides local communities, drives away those who dislike partisan politics, and emboldening disgruntled residents to make choices that harm their futures and the futures of the their communities.
Welcome to the new Kingdom of Serfdom, where the Kings whom our Founding Fathers deposed have risen once again to claim their rights to our public lands. You may believe that their kingdoms provide such wealth and bounty directly from the hand of God, but we the people know our Democratic Republic is under threat from more wealth than any kings from ages past could hope to acquire.
What we don't know is that Open Government takes back the power of governance from our Corporate Kings and places it back in the hands of the people, to like or dislike, or recommend proposals that we can all discuss and share. This is the new model of Democracy in America, whether your Corporate Sponsors like it or not.
"science of male dominance" began way back yonder in the beautiful Garden of Eden as recorded in the book of Genesis (or book of Creationism). Our Heavenly Father created male and female and provided for all their needs; but that clever old lucifer came tempting the woman to "doubt" God's provisions; and the
woman took a "gamble" that lucifer could provide "all that she WANTED".... and it was then, as the first woman on earth "tempted"
the first man of earth to join in rebellion "against God's established order" that the "science of male dominance" began.
Today, we still have those clever ones (often disguised as politicians protecting womens' reproductive rights) slithering through political campaigns "indoctrinating" women voters that they don't need anything but the government to "partner" up with in order to "be all that any man could ever hope to be!"
Saul Alinsky gives a nod to lucifer in the acknowledgement page of his book "Rules for Radicals"...which states:
Lest we forget at least an over-the shoulder acknowledgment to the very first radical; from all our legends, mythology, and history (and who is to know where mythology leaves off and histroy begins--- or which is which) the firt radical known to man who rebelled against the establishment and did it so effectively that he at least won his own kingdom ----Lucifer.