Dennis Prager explains what is the greatest threat that America faces today: “We have not passed on what it means to be an American to this generation.”
Dennis Prager Q & A At University of Denver
“A society does not survive if it does not have a reason to survive. That is true for individuals. Where there is a Why, there is a How. … We have lost the Why. The greatest generation did not teach my generation what Americanism is. It’s not its fault. It wasn’t taught. This goes back 100 years, to John Dewey, to importation of European professors, to our universities, to a whole host of issues.
The average American who deeply loves this country and even has conservative values cannot articulate what those values are. It is no one’s fault, but that is the greatest threat.”
(at 3:31 in video)
I would just add that I — I have never said this, so I have good credentials to say this now — it’s common for commentators to say every election this is the most important election in American history or in our time. I never said that except with regard to one, Bush 2, term 2. […]
This is not a presidential election and is the most important in modern American history, this November.
This November, is a referendum on what we want America to be. It is nothing short of that. And there is one party that stands for America’s values, and it has nothing to do with patriotism. […]
If we do not change both houses we lose! That is how important it is.