My thesis this week, this year, and likely in the years ahead, is this:
In the great ecology of subcultures, status groups, and classes in America, the class with the strongest families enjoys an advantage. It is good for America that classes with strong families tend to predominate, if not rule. Strong family life is not the only element of greatness in a class, but I believe it is the single most important element.
In the great ecology of civilizations, states, and nations in the world, the nation with the strongest culture enjoys an advantage. It is good for the world that nations with strong cultures tend to predominate, if not rule. Strong cultural life is not the only element of greatness in a nation, but I believe it is the single most important element.
When the predominant class in America has a strong family life, American culture as a whole is greater.
When the predominant nation in the world has a strong cultural life, world culture as a whole is greater.
Strong family life in the American ruling class makes for national greatness.
National greatness in America, the world’s ruling nation, makes for a better world.