Judith Reisman writes that the massive cultural shift away from personal responsibility since WWII (the acceptance of the phony science of Alfred Kinsey greatly influenced this shift, Reisman argues) has contributed to untold woes for thousands of Americans.
Contrary to the love story in the summer box office disappointment "Pearl Harbor," Tom Brokaw's description of the love exhibited by "The Greatest Generation," is very different:
"Faith in God was ... part of the lives of the WW II generation," Brokaw explains. "A sense of personal responsibility and a commitment to honesty is a characteristic of this generation. ... It's how they were raised."
The laws changed and that changed the culture. The Kinseyan "free love" legal and cultural revolution is especially bad news for women. [Today]...there is a 150 percent increase in out-of-wedlock births to girls under 15 years of age since the 1950s; birthrates for girls 15-19 are up 215 percent; gonorrhea in ages 10-14 is up 200 percent from the 1950s.
...But the facts are: Five of the 10 most commonly reported infectious diseases in the U.S. are STDs and 87 percent of cases reported are among those 10. Chlamydia and gonorrhea infections account for 15 percent of cases of infertility in women; 45 million are infected with genital herpes; human papillomavirus (HPV) is responsible for 93 percent of cervical cancer cases with 5.5 million new cases a year killing more women than AIDS.
For the complete article go to the World Net Daily website.