We are losing our moral compass

With all these school shootings, we are witnessing the spirit of rebellion. Anarchy is defined by Merriam-Webster as a state of lawlessness or political disorder due to the absence of governmental authority.

When authority goes out, anarchy comes in. America is now lacking leadership in our government that will continue to carry us down the road to immorality. They have no respect for themselves or anybody else. It was reported that a mother was all up in the air about her little boy having the right to attend school dressed like a little girl and wanted him to have the right to go into the girl’s rest room. America is experiencing moral collapse.

That shows we have become feeble, permissive and promiscuous. The forces of evil are taking advantage of our spiritual decline and moral weakness by spreading havoc across our nation. We can thank our skewed court system — the offender gets more sympathy than the victim of his or her crime. Many times the police officer is put on trial and the offender is shown the one who was in the right.

We have a vicious crime wave in America today where we see and hear of young hoodlums stealing a car and driving it through a store window and going inside and stealing all they can carry. Don't you know such people are demonic, and are in the same demonic state of mind as those shooting and killing school children and teachers? Where are all of these things going to take our nation? What people are doing in their demonic minds seems right to them. They have never been taught right from wrong. They are like animals that should be locked away from society, never to be released. 

Randall Harrison 

Newnan



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