1 Thing Britain’s Porn Ban and Royal Baby Have in Common

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Not since Lady Thatcher served as British Prime Minister has England given America much to emulate.

The British National Healthcare System, that was shamelessly promoted in last year’s London Olympics, is wrought with wrongful deaths, inadequate medical care and notorious shortages. In 2011, British, French and German leaders consensually admitted that their feeble attempt at institutional multi-culturalism is a dismal failure, wreaking havoc on their nations’ economies at large and individual national identity.

It’s true. Rarely do our friends across the pond give us anything to admire these days. Today, however, was an exception.

Upon waking, Americans were greeted to the buzzing headlines heralding the imminent birth of the royal baby. As one not easily caught up in media frenzy – particularly that of the Royals – even I could not help but be drawn into the excitement of the pending birth. The anticipation and interest by our British friends as they awaited news on the royal baby, was intriguing…and estimable.

This has been a difficult summer for Americans as the mainstream media drags our country through race-baiting commentary and hate-filled divisiveness. How refreshing to awaken to the news that a nation stood waiting expectantly for the announcement that a new life was about to enter the world stage. In the wake of the ugly display of violence demonstrated by the abortion supporters in my home state of Texas last week, the hopeful expectation of a new life was particularly invigorating.

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