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Exposing 10 Radical New Rules

Publisher's Note: This post appears here courtesy of the John Locke Foundation. The author of this post is Mitch Kokai.

    Victor Davis Hanson writes at National Review Online about new rules that are changing America for the worse.

  • 1) Money is a construct. It can be created from thin air. Annual deficits and aggregate national debt no longer matter much. ...
  • ... 2) Laws are not necessarily binding anymore. Joe Biden took an oath to "take care that the laws be faithfully executed." But he has willfully rendered federal immigration laws null and void. Some rioters are prosecuted for violating federal laws, others not so much. Arrests, prosecutions, and trials are all fluid. Ideology governs when a law is still considered a law. ...
  • ... 3) Racialism is now acceptable. We are defined first by our ethnicity or religion, and only secondarily - if at all - by an American commonality. The explicit exclusion of whites from college dorms, safe spaces, and federal aid programs is now noncontroversial. It is unspoken payback for perceived past sins, or it's a type of "good" racism. Falsely being called a racist makes one more guilty than falsely calling someone else a racist.
  • 4) The immigrant is mostly preferable to the citizen. The newcomer, unlike the host, is not stained by the sins of America's founding and history. Most citizens currently must follow quarantine rules and social distancing, stay out of school, and obey all the laws. ...
  • ... 5) Most Americans should be treated as we would treat little children. They cannot be asked to provide an ID to vote. "Noble lies" by our elites about COVID-19 rules are necessary to protect "Neanderthals" from themselves. ...
  • ... 6) Hypocrisy is passé. Virtue-signaling is alive. Climate-change activists fly on private jets. Social-justice warriors live in gated communities. Multibillionaire elitists pose as victims of sexism, racism, and homophobia. The elite need these exemptions to help the helpless. What matters is what you say to lesser others about how to live, not how you yourself live.

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