Professor Harold Hill was persuaded by a small group of citizens to give Iowa—or “I-a-way”—a try. On Monday, February 1st, Iowans ought to give Ben Carson a try.
The increasing rumblings of the political primary season reminds me of Hugh Nibley’s candor:
“Modern men and women feel they are too busy for the rigors of serious discussion necessary for genuine politics. … How could it be otherwise? Politics by its very nature is superficial: the practitioner can never go into depth because too many things have to be considered.”
Many Americans are overwhelmed at the complicated structure and workings of government. We don’t want to consider serious issues. This carelessness and frustration on our part, leads easily to accepting image driven opportunists and television personalities. Trump’s political standing, in my opinion, is a reflection that American’s are watching to much television. Continue reading