One of Kunstler’s consistent themes is that America has become a nation of juvenile-minded people who live in a fantasyland of cultural distraction and have forgotten how to do real stuff. We’re good at getting creative tattoos and minutely calculating the social implications of our hairdos — but not so good at the hard and relentless work of looking after the foundations of our society. We came into a vast amount societal capital, and like a spoiled trust fund kid sobering up after an epic binge, we’re starting to realize that we’ve burned through the inheritance and are going to have go get a job at Burger King or something.
Trump Is a Chinese Agent
49 minutes ago