In our own neck of the woods, Bexley, which is one of the affluent suburbs of Columbus, is about to make it official: Your rights spelled out in the Bill of Rights are nothing, only those rights properly read between the lines matter. One of the cruxes of the big Leftist revolution is to convince us that the Bill of Rights is a secret code, meant to be interpreted in order to find what is really protected, since what it actually says is more or less irrelevant. Like my boys said, it took the most educated generation in history to be this stupid. But stupid we are. And as my boys likewise observed, when you have a nation where all but the poorest people have big screen TVs, social media, and automobiles, you'll have to do better than Bread and Peace, or Meat and the Circus if you want to turn freedom to tyranny. It will take Sex and Drugs. And lots of it.
Now, read Genesis 25.34 to understand how right the Founding Fathers were to think the biggest threats to liberty might just be us after all.