I understand why people hate politics but what I don't understand is apathy towards the elected officials that govern our lives and the events happening around the world. People are losing their heads for their Christian beliefs. The only thing the majority of people seem willing to do is bury their heads in the sand and protect themselves from real life by watching ESPN's coverage of the transformation of Bruce Jenner into a woman. Why does that get veiwers? I know more often than not we don't want to be bothered, it doesn't concern us or we're tired. First, guys stop watching porn it's destructive and contributing to the problems of the world. Gals, stop being so shallow and short sighted, also we can be attractive without looking like ladies of the night. We are better than this! This is one of the reasons we are where we are cultural garbage! Just pick up a book at least and stop watching so much TV, broaden your mind. John Tamny has written a great new book about economics called Popular Economics. Glenn Beck has written several really great history books, if you just can't take him, read something from Malcolm Gladwell, all of his stuff is great, or Simon Sinek's Start With Why or Leaders Eat Last. It is time to grow up and be adults, we have let the grownups or older people take care of things for far too long. If you are over 35 - reality check - we are the adults now. The world is crumbling around us and we need to know where we are going to stand. Where are the principled men and women willing to speak up for everyone's rights in our communities not just for personal interests or money? I think they are out there but we need to be louder. We don't need to be confrontational just visible and standing for freedom and liberty for all. I'm not sure there is much left of our Republic but the freedom and future of our children is always worth fighting for and whether or not it makes a difference only the history books will be able to tell that story. I know I want to be remembered as at least standing for something, even if it's only to a few. We all have a part to contribute, consider doing yours whatever that may be, maybe it's just knowing truth and passing it on. Ultimately it doesn't matter what religion or beliefs we adhere to we give what we live. FYI, I'm not a huge Disney fan but we watched McFarland USA one night last week and it is well worth the watch. It is a great story that encompasses how we live or give impacts others without the preachy collectivist slant, five stars!