30 January 2014
by Bill Whittle
If you boil frogs, they tend to notice and hop out of the hot water; but if you gradually turn up the heat, they don’t notice and get boiled anyway.
Bill Whittle examines how our society has become the boiling water, and how we stayed in the water because it was so incremental. Our freedoms, everything we hold dear, seems in jeopardy now–how will we be judged by the countless soldiers, and arguers for liberty, from our country’s history?