McFall Have you read Humanae Vitae recently? Television, internet, video games, music, and cell phones all play a role in the demoralization of this country.
And if the children try to look up for direction, all they see is the lure of the almighty buck, from the corporations to the government. Except we have nukes. I know I was a silly 20 something once, but I am literally shocked at the attitude of that age group Census Bureau, the poverty rate for children living in the United States is about 22 percent.
It has the potential to divert soldiers from their tasks and to affect their morale, and thus their fighting ability. The challenge to military professionalism in the twenty-first century lies in three interconnected areas.
Printing money out of thin air and issuing it as debt is precisely why we have all sorts of financial ills, and why while some people may do so, the system as a whole will never get out of debt.
The more serious moral shortcomings, those of greed and self-righteous pride, have never gotten their proper attention as sins in America. Until people hit "rock bottom" in their carefree lives, religion is not cool.
Vulgar vocabulary is the norm. But the problem with our system is not limited to the president and the members of Congress. The outrageous video by a guy named Nellie was not broadcast during the day on BET.
It is directly related to the our push for freedom of speach with pornograph included.
Theres a hell of a lot of examples of religious-run societies that are anything but moral. The Iraq War is not the only example of strategic deficiency.
Blame it on deregulation. Poll respondents give many examples when it comes to how moral values are getting worse. And believe it or nor this is one thing all political parties agree on To get a good job, you must have an excellent GPA. Many prophecies show that the same fate awaits our nations in this end time!
Second, with the rise of single parent homes, more and more American kids wind up unsupervised for long periods of time, left to the television set or the computer, where harmful material comes at them like rain in a thunderstorm.
With everything from our media to our politics bought and paid for by corporate influence, doing what is right has been lost to doing what is most profitable. It began in What we want is more voice in our schools cause lets face it our schools are pretty much fascist cause once your in there all your personal liberties are gone.
One factor is that the threats currently facing the United States, many of them building for a generation or more, do not yield to the kind of conventional war that our military is designed to fight. The civilian and military leadership must address these problems in a holistic way, treating them as connected, part of a pattern that threatens professionalism.One factor is that the threats currently facing the United States, many of them building for a generation or more, do not yield to the kind of conventional war that our military is designed to fight.
The third challenge to professionalism is what I would call the moral or ethical: the honor, integrity, honesty, Is the U.S. Military. Home > Opinions > Society > Is morality on the decline? Add a New Topic. Is morality on the decline? I just see it as people defining their own moral code and standards as opposed to letting others define it for them.
I think that a society where everyone is treated with the same basic dignity is what makes us moral. Report Post. Like. The United States is clearly in an advanced state of decline. Many people around the world (and even inside America) rejoice at this, but not me.
I mourn for the country that I was born in and that I still love. Yes, the United States has never been perfect, but the Republic that our Founding. Moral decline (or degeneration) refers to the process of declining from a higher to a lower level of morality.
The condition of moral decline is seen as preceding or concomitant with the decline in quality of life, as well as the decline of nations. In the words of British lawyer and jurist Judge Devlin (–), "an established morality is as necessary as good government to the welfare of society.
Is the United States a declining power? Yes, Claims Andrew J.
Bacevich in The Limits of Power: The End of American Exceptionalism. Yes, Claims Andrew J. Bacevich in The Limits of Power: The End of American Exceptionalism. Why Moral Decline Matters. The first president of the United States was also familiar with Gibbon.
But the society as a whole held its citizens, its families and its leaders to a high moral standard—the moral standard of the Holy Bible.
And many of them believed that only if a majority of their families were God-fearing, obedient and.Download