The Politics Of Identity

Sadly but not surprisingly, Identity Politics has been mainstreamed in America. Of course that means that what now passes for large swaths of American society has to politicize Identity, else they have know agenda that can be enacted.

The politics of identity
The Politics Of Identity

And, of course, not all Identities can be allowed to be equal. Some Identities, those that are normative or are associated with a long-standing moral thesis must be ridiculed, derided, and if at all possible marginalized in preparation for destruction.

So yes, there’s a war on Christianity in America. Our nation’s domestic enemies want to silence Christians by punishing them for adhering to their faith. In essence, the Liberals and Progressives, along with the various non-normal minority groups that they enable and pander to, want to replace freedom of religion – when and only when it applies to Christians – with freedom of worship.

The why of this is even more simple and horrid than the how of it. America’s domestic enemies want to change the very Identity of America.

Related Reading:

What You Should Know About Politics . . . But Don't: A Nonpartisan Guide to the Issues That Matter
Comparative Politics: Interests, Identities, and Institutions in a Changing Global Order
Letter to a Christian Nation
The Heart of Christianity: Rediscovering a Life of Faith
America: Past and Present, Volume 1 (10th Edition)

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One Response to “The Politics Of Identity”

  1. Steve B Says:

    It is truly bizarre and sad how so many progressives want to characterize religious faith as a mental disorder, but think an 11 year old wanting to becoming transgender is something to nurture and encourage? Just broken.

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