Warning: graphic sad reality will be discussed...

There are new reliable reports, of new debauchery by ISIS...in the Middle East for now. Minority young women chosen for their beauty are auctioned naked to ISIS leaders and militia, who use them as sex slaves. If a girl refuses to perform the twisted sexual requests, she may be burned alive. If she performs as demanded, she will be used until her "owner" gets bored with her... But even with this, and the beheadings and other gross torture and religious and ethnic persecution brought to us by this current iteration of pure evil, I perhaps have no right to judge, as I have often done, my brethren in the 1930's and 1940's who chose to turn a blind eye early on to the torture and genocide of Hitler's Germany. My country (at least it's leadership and it's academic elites and media) seems unable or indeed unwilling to call this current manifestation of evil the pure evil that it is, and take concrete steps to eradicate it. The moral case for action is solid--but even if we were to ignore a moral duty, might we at least have the sense to fight and destroy this cancer before it takes hold here on our shores and cities and homes? So far, the open threats to come to America and spread their horror and terror here are--mostly threats. But their intentions are real, and their strength and ability to carry out their threats increases with each day they are left to grow without lethal opposition. As a part-time student of history, it is so clear that it would have been "relatively" easy (and for those whose wish to measure everything in dollars and cents, much more cost effective) to have stood up to and stopped Hitler early on. The world foolishly put it's collective head in the sand, and ended up paying a horrible price--in lives, and in dollars. So to those who ask what we as "mere citizens" can do to confront this great evil in our time--I say we speak up, loudly, and often--and never again be silent in the face of great evil.
Thanks, blessings,

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Some have joined Tea Parties, stormed town halls, others like family practice physician and country recording artist Ricky Lee Jackson have taken to the microphone... 
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