The Answer Isn’t Blowing in the Wind

I worry about the boys and girls being raised today. We’ve got a president whose actions dictate that a woman’s place is to live in silence; that minorities should be discriminated against; that privileged white boys should be entitled to scoop heaping helpings of untruths from dirty money’s belly with their silver spoons. Even if parents and teachers bend over backwards to speak out against these abhorrent behaviors, certainly today’s children must still wonder: How could a president like this ever rise to power? What has become of “My country, ‘tis of thee”? What has happened to my, “Sweet land of liberty”?

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