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of objective right and wrong has widely disappeared, there are no rites of passage, and many remain perpetually children. They insist the world is the way they want it to be rather than appreciating that there is a greater reality to which all must submit.

We see it culturally, economically and fiscally.

I write all the time about the mind-boggling debt being accumulated on the backs of American citizens. Fiscal responsibility is realism. It means the numbers must add up and debts are not incurred without clear ways to pay for them.

One analyst from the Institute for Policy Innovation calculates our national debt amounts to almost $600,000 per every American man, woman and child. This includes not just federal obligations on the order of some $30 trillion, but also debts built into Social Security and Medicare from an insufficient tax base to meet the obligations that must be met in upcoming years.

Yet what did this Congress do before ending its term? Pass another $1.7 trillion in spending.

The piper will be paid, and this is called reality.

On the cultural front, the U.S. Supreme Court, and now the U.S. Congress, has, based on politics and whim, redefined the eternal institution called marriage.

Is it any surprise, shortly after deciding you don’t need a man and a woman to constitute marriage, that now even who is a man and who is a woman is matter of personal whim?

So, George Santos is the man of our time. Why should he feel the need to submit to any “reality” more than what is happening in our culture at large?

What did Santos fabricate any more than the “1619 Project” fabricated about what American history is about?

Santos shows little shame because shame comes with appreciation that there are truths — right and wrong.

There is no shame in a culture where we make everything up.

Fortunately, there are many Americans who have not become detached from reality and see what is happening. But, still, many are afraid to say the emperor is naked.

But how long can widespread detachment from reality continue?

Meanwhile, an unrepentant liar, George Santos, a child of woke America, will be sworn into the sacred duty as a member of the U.S. Congress.

Star Parker is president of the Center for Urban Renewal and Education and host of the weekly television show “Cure America with Star Parker.” To find out more about Star Parker and read features by other Creators Syndicate writers and cartoonists, visit the Creators Syndicate website at www. COPYRIGHT 2023 CREATORS. COM

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