Stop feed­ing the beast

The Washington Times Weekly - - Commentary -

There­fore, the third op­tion is by far the best, and I think it could quickly re­verse the na­tional di­rec­tion that most peo­ple be­lieve is wrong.

In re­cent weeks, we have seen more of the na­tional me­dia be­gin­ning to ques­tion some of the ac­tions of those in con­trol of our gov­ern­ment. I hope this trend con­tin­ues, be­cause the sur­vival of our na­tion de­pends on a fair and ob­jec­tive me­dia, who are able to ex­pose the facts upon which the peo­ple make de­ci­sions.

We must deal with re­al­ity and stop try­ing to fool the peo­ple, be­cause th­ese bud­getary is­sues are a big prob­lem for all of us and for our prog­eny. We need to re­learn the mean­ing of the word “sac­ri­fice,” which is of­ten nec­es­sary be­fore true pros­per­ity is re­al­ized.

ILLUSTRATION BY HUNTER/THE WASH­ING­TON TIMES

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