I’m sorry to say he’s correct.
During my youthful days there were many times when I listened to ‘sermons’ that would have been a carbon-copy of his editorial. Sadly, not much has changed, and I suppose things could be more widespread now days in certain areas.
Now that’s telling it like it is.
Not a Walter Cronkite DC establishment asset.
The real deal.
Far too few PCR’s have a platform.
While, far too many DC Presstitutes do.
To be fair, he said nothing about the feminizing of men but, didn’t mind bashing women all over the place; dedicating 4 paragraphs to this and none to men. I believe in the strength of men and appreciate it, however, I do not appreciate his lack of acknowledgement of the other side of the coin.
“Women may fall when there’s no strength in men.”
Romeo and Juliet, Act 2, Scene 3, William Shakespeare