John Horvat II
We are witnessing a curious variation of this phenomenon that can be sensed in the national mood. Disorder has entered into events and a very many seem disoriented. People are exhausted with the unending, inconclusive national debate over social, fiscal and cultural issues.
There are those who claim that the notion of traditional marriage should be "redefined." In fact, the Supreme Court is now considering the future of marriage in this country.
There are those who think that if we put our economy back on track, everything will be all right. Material prosperity is their sole solution. They speak of happiness as if it can be expressed in terms of GDP, government statistics and employment benefits.