Our nation’s glorification of violence and sex are symptoms of a fundamental breakdown in America’s cultural foundation. The unconscionable proliferation of murder through taxpayer-supported abortion is a sign that too many in this nation no longer even have a basic respect for the right of a human to be born.
With the redefinition of marriage, the time-honored union between a man and woman is now being bastardized in an effort to legitimize relationships traditionally recognized as immoral. Our society has effectively relegated the concept of a married couple rearing children as a unit, with unwed mothers outnumbering their married counterparts in many communities.
As much as the humanist crowd argues the contrary, America relies on its citizens’ faith in God to maintain our unparalleled level of freedom and opportunity. According to a recent poll conducted by NBC and the Wall Street Journal, however, Americans’ level of faith has dropped precipitously in recent years.
More than one in 5 respondents revealed that religion plays “not that important” a role in their lives. When the question was first asked in 1997, just 14 percent selected that response.