Thursday, September 13, 2012

The Sissification of America

The Sissification Of America: A Fifty-Year Decline In American Exceptionalism, is a nonfiction narrative which addresses current events within the context of comparing America's vibrant history to its contemporary era.

The book specifically examines how the federal government and some of our nation's public and private institutions have gradually led the nation down a precipitous fifty-year decline of virtues that once made America unique in world history. This intriguing book focuses on American virtues consisting of: a spirit of independence and rugged individualism,

a thriving work ethic,


capitalism, competition,

excellence in education,

limited government,


and a Judaic-Christian rectitude of impeccable character.

While these virtues are still evident in America today, they exist to a much lesser degree when compared to the years between 1620 and 1961. The seven chapters of this book touch upon many topics that correlate directly with these unique American virtues and their declining influence upon society such as: the demise of common sense;

the continual assault being waged upon the individual rights and freedoms of all Americans;

the squelching of states' rights by the leviathan federal government;

the breakdown of the traditional family unit due to fatherless homes,

the feminization of our culture, the feminization of America's public schools, and the feminization of our nation's men and boys;

last-but certainly not least-the controversial issues confronting America's public schools and teachers.

Be prepared to experience a wild roller coaster ride as you read The Sissification of America: A Fifty-Year Decline in American Exceptionalism!