Dr. Sowell explains why the madness is succeeding


“In a time of deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act.”

George Orwell

Dr. Sowell can’t believe things have gotten this bad. He could never have dreamed it would happen. Many of you probably agree.

Host Mark Levin had asked for his general take on what is going on during Sunday’s Fox show, ‘Life, Liberty, and Levin.’

Thomas Sowell said he cannot believe what is going on. He can’t believe people are talking about getting rid of the police, reducing the resources for police when crime is skyrocketing. “It seems such other madness,” he said.

“People in responsible positions are repeating any kind of madness,” and “We may well reach a point of no return.”

Sowell almost said, I think we have reached the point of no return, and stopped himself.

The esteemed professor drew a comparison to the Roman Empire.

“The Roman Empire eventually reached the point where it could no longer continue.” Much of that was internal, not just the barbarians invading.

Levin noted that the Empire lost its virtue. America too is losing its virtue and “no government can protect us from ourselves.”

“There’s so many people just caving in,” Sowell said.

That really is the problem, isn’t it? People are caving in and it emboldens the evil and the insane. Speak out and reject the madness.


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2 years ago

I realized things were going to get bad back in 1995 when I was out in California. Liberal America will collapse. If the Heartland has to cut the Liberals loose to keep from dragging them down, I suspect they will. The West Coast (going 100 miles inland) and the North East are lost causes. Just cut them loose and the rest of America will do very well. When too many people live too close together they create a mass insanity.

The Prisoner
The Prisoner
2 years ago

We are near or at the point of no return, and have suffered incredible damage. Recovering from it would involve irreparable damage. As late as November this was avoidable, if people in responsible positions would have followed the law, ethics and duty.

Hoisting the Jolly Roger
Hoisting the Jolly Roger
2 years ago

Why it’s almost as if it is a…Terminal Madness.
Taking over education without any fight was a Sun Tzu level move by the burn it all down comrades.
Utopia is banished and the Tower of Babel redux will be just as disastrous as the first and even worse.

The Prisoner
The Prisoner
2 years ago

You have a way with words and interesting opinions.