Pat Buchanan asks, “Is America still a good country?”

When observing the polls, a clear line can be drawn between the younger and older generations – otherwise known as a generation gap.

It’s not surprising, given the indoctrination by the mass media and the educational system. If polls were used to drive issues, the border would have been secured years ago. But they’re not, and the mass media continue to report what they consider to be important and, conversely, not report what the majority consider important.

Case in point: The mass media choose not to report the annual “right to life” marches in Washington, D.C., and choose not to report the Benghazi affair. However, the airwaves are inundated with the upcoming gay-marriage ruling by the Supreme Court. If the mass media put their mind to it, the U.S. would be at war with Canada within a week.

America is still a good country, but its citizens do not recognize propaganda when they see it and allow themselves to become brainwashed.

As Nikita Khrushchev said, “The press is our chief ideological weapon.”

Eric Grey

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