Mann to Man

The American Condition Politically, Culturally, Economically

My Photo
Location: Williamsburg, VA, United States

Raised in rural Greenbrier Co. WV, BS Chemistry WVU, PhD Chemistry, GA Tech,Chemistry Faculty, GA Tech, 1965-1969, Dir R&D BASF Fibers 1969-1982,Sr.Exec. R&D, Burlington Industries, 1982-1986,Owner/CEO Mann Industries (formerly BASF fibers)1988-1995, CEO/Owner The Mann Group Consultants, 1987-2009, wife Carol, daughters Leigh, Susan

Thursday, May 5, 2016


Hillary Clinton and the cultural revolution now 6 decades old

Every time I hear a report regarding Hillary Clinton's personal e-mail server I am compelled to think that Clinton exemplifies one of the major negative societal effects that the cultural revolution, now six decades old, wrought upon the The American Condition. Absolutes of ethics and morals and what is right and what is wrong have been abrogated in favor of what is legal, or worse, what can be deemed legal with no consequences. Repeatedly, we hear that “there is no evidence of malpractice” when all indications are that Clinton committed malpractices in having her own private server. Who can doubt that it was used for government business. But, some hard evidence of what was surely improper, perhaps even illegal, is necessary to label her actions as malpractice. Criminality requires evidence, malpractice requires honest judgment. But, that was true in traditional America and must not be so in the “new America” of the sub-cultural movement. Now Clinton wants to be president, and is on the inside track to be so. The American Condition is critical, perhaps she is irreparably broken.


Post a Comment

Subscribe to Post Comments [Atom]

<< Home