Are the challenges different?

By Zachary Alexander on

Anyone who cares about ending America’s long decline has to wonder if things are different given the economic damage done by the government shutdown. The United States Economy was finally fighting its way back after the worst economic down turn since the Great Depression. On the other hand, post-globalists who are actively engaged in turning …

Don’t assume the Obvious

By Zachary Alexander on

Advocates who urge Democrats to gear up now for the 2014 election like to point like to point to the Tea Party Movement in the 2010. Others talk about the complacency of Democrats in 2004 that reelected President George W. Bush. Democrats assumed that President Bush would be held accountable for the Iraq War. Post-globalists …

Don’t confuse Moral Outrage with Vitality

By Zachary Alexander on

Vitality is more sustainable than moral outrage. This is not to say that vitality doesn’t wane. Everything becomes commonplace overtime. Vitality can be reinvigorated by proximity to other vitality. It can be replenished through outreach. On the other hand outrage, actually numbs all but the most fervent supporters. Outrage is a game of diminishing returns. …