The Best Of Times...Gone! The Worst Of Times, Now

As I grew up in America, every year life got better; not so today!  In addition to being an entertaining film, Woody Allen's masterpiece Midnight In Paris conveys a clear message.  You cannot go back, and every person has his or her idea of the best and worst of times.  Since it is impossible to go back, we should attempt to remember, and remembering who we are and what we stand for is not something we admire anymore in America.  It is the worst of times that Americans are presently experiencing and I believe the root cause is based on how we have evolved as a people!  I for one do not blame government, "for we have met the enemy and it is us."  On a brisk evening in March of 1912, from the stage of a packed Carnegie Hall, former President Theodore Roosevelt closed his speech with these scolding words: We, here in America, hold in our hands the hope of the world, the fate of the coming years; and shame and disgrace will be ours, if in our eyes the light...(Read Full Article)