Whenever I witness the horrific monster of hypocrisy rearing its ugly head within the government, academia, the dragon media or throughout the ranks of leftist street and college campus protesters and complainers, it brings back bad memories of days gone by. In addition, I am reminded of the massive societal display of hypocrisy can be overcome. But if not, America will eventually be reduced to a nation where most people simply exist, at best.
I am sensitive to the nationwide practice of hypocrisy. Because on a personal level I experienced the effects of having to put up with it almost daily. My journey into the bowels of hypocrisy began at age twelve, soon after the death of my adoptive father. He was a great man who loved God, America and our family. By the grace of god, he taught me many good things concerning the reason I must strive to do what is right and how to