She calls these the battle cry of the “ruling class” and like all revolutions, this one has certainly eaten its young, feasting most ravenously on the defenseless, that is, children, and the poor.Roback Morse describes the modern view of sex as “a recreational activity with no moral or social significance.Roback Morse thinks we are fighting the symptoms—abortion, gay marriage—and not the disease. The sexual revolutionaries have been attacking from the front for going on 50 years, their victims strewn out behind them.She proposes a landing behind their front lines, striking at the heart of their movement, counting on the victims of contraception, divorce, abortion, pornography, and promiscuity to assist us. Their revolution has been murderous indeed and the body count grows ever higher. Pat Buchanan recently wrote, “The French Revolution was many times more terrible than the Bourbon monarchy. But they will never acknowledge that their revolution has been tried and found wanting, wanting being a fairly benign way of saying murderous.
But while I’m working on those qualities, I also want to avoid hurting others.
He credits Freud, Wilhelm Reich and pornography with loosening everyone up.
Reich “argued that sexual expression (primarily, the orgasm) was natural and that social control of libidinal energies by the family, institutionalized sexual morality, and the state was destructive.” Escoffier says the Sexual Revolution of the 1960s and ’70s “would never have happened without a series of extended battles over obscenity and pornography,” that “these battles helped to create a public space in American culture for sexual speech.…” It is a wonder to see sexual revolutionaries, just like the communists before them, insist that all we need is just a little bit more. The Sexual Revolution, which Wikipedia oddly says ended in the 1980s, is the heart of the matter. Many of us work on bits and pieces of it: ending abortion, defending marriage, religious freedom and the like. in economics and has taught at Yale and George Mason University.
Over and over people said to him, “Wow, your brothers have all had such interesting mission calls.
Ha, I bet you’ll go somewhere boring like Wyoming/Nevada/Idaho.” I stood next to him during these conversations enough times to know people just thought they were being clever and funny; they certainly didn’t mean any offense.
She is not suggesting that the individual battles cease, only that we open a new front.