After Ilhan Omar reported receiving a death threat, President Trump made a point of repeating the same types of remarks that encouraged previous threats against her life. He may as well have gone after her himself. Our president is a vicious bully and irredemable gutter brawler. Congratulations establishment! Congratulations for putting him there and congratulations for leaving him there.
Fortunatley, he may not be there much longer. Last week I was given the following revelation: “I will show that he is not the messiah.”
I wasn’t given a name, but Donald Trump is the only person I know of whose supporters believe he is the messiah.
On the other hand, if it turns out that some other messiah is waiting in the wings, you can consider this an all-purpose not-a-messiah revelati0n. (This sentence was my own speculation, and I’ve decided that it goes too far. Hope in the coming of a messiah is an important part of three major religions.)
This video argues that a birth strike is in progress as a result of American family and tax policies. I wrote an article about this issue when the new Child Tax Credit was in the news. This was the period in which Paul Ryan lewdly (yes, lewdly) told American women in a televised speech that they must bear more children. Because this speech closely followed the passage of the scandalous tax bill that reduces taxes for the rich and therefore endangers funding for social programs that help mothers, Ryan’s proposal was indecent.
I regretted tying that article to the story of Adam and Eve. I will write more about this connection, or lack thereof, in another article, and address the question of whether you can separate social policy from Christian theology. However, in this article I don’t want to overshadow the undeniable effects of family and tax policy on American families.
The following video from Chris Hedges’ On Contact discusses government policies, which are meant to increase the birthrate in the face of decreasing financial support for families.