Nixon in 1971, the 2015 precedence in Greece, and now the Charlottesville, VA violence and chaos. Tomorrow is one of those days we could again see a Sunday Address by President Trump. That would signal the start of SOMETHING BIG.

(Source: AP/The Sacramento Bee, Randall Benton)While some “journalists” would have you believe the biggest stories of 2013 were about twerking celebrities and over-hyped real-life courtroom sagas, much bigger events were happening with far more lasting national significance.  The foundation of an American police state is already laid and making its existence known, while most of the country remains blissfully focused on sports, reality shows, establishment pseudo-news, and other distractions.
It would require an encyclopedia to cover all of the injustices, scandals, and brutality that took place in 2013.  This list is designed to illustrate certain trends and significant stories from the past yearIf Americans don’t fix their apathy and disengagement toward causes that matter, we can expect these trends to continue toward their logical conclusions: an increasingly repressive police state dominating the lives people inside these borders and beyond.

Why do so many Americans want us to become more like Nazi Germany?  When I was growing up, I was taught that Nazi Germany was the antithesis of everything that America stood for.  I truly believed that we were “the land of the free” and that we were a bright, shining example for the rest of the world.

Unfortunately, over the past couple of decades America has been eagerly embracing the secret police culture of the NazisIn a desperate attempt to feel “safe”, we have decided to become much more like our arch-enemies of the past.  In fact, in many ways we have already surpassed them.