The Rutherford Institute :: What I Don’t Like About Life in Post-9/11 America |

September 11, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

Life in a post-9/11 America increasingly feels like an endless free fall down a rabbit hole into a terrifying, dystopian alternative reality in which the citizenry has no rights, the government is no friend to freedom, and everything we ever knew and loved about the values and principles that once made this country great has been turned on its head.

We’ve walked a strange and harrowing road since September 11, 2001, littered with the debris of our once-vaunted liberties.

We have gone from a nation that took great pride in being a model of a representative democracy to being a model of how to persuade the citizenry to march in lockstep with a police state.

Source: The Rutherford Institute :: What I Don’t Like About Life in Post-9/11 America |

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