Rumor has it that a substantial number of Americans are dissatisfied with the performance of our government. Many people believe the ability of average Americans to effectively petition their government is terribly weak. Some say America is not even a republic, operating on democratic principles but has, instead, become an oligarchy.
Now, we’re not in any way promoting revolt in a bad sense of that word. But it’s said that extreme oppression eventually leads to revolution. So why does it seem that average Americans are torn between mob action when we’re working together, with the alternative being us often turning on each other? Attorney Zena Crenshaw-Logal* and Dr. Andrew D. Jackson, co-hosts of our "Change of Venue", tackled that question with their esteemed guest, retired Crisis Counselor and Police Chief Gordon L. Wiborg, Jr. They all gathered at The Virtual Round Table and the answers that resulted don't speak well for the emotional, mental, and economic stability of average Americans -- at least, not for now.
So how do we turn the situation around so that each of us can avoid becoming The Strident American?
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