A Novel Way of Active News Analysis
The inception of The Frederick Press commenced from a desire for greater innovative and creative amidst a prolonged environment of passive inaction and erratic societal reactivity. In the words of Frederick Douglass, America's Father of Integration Thought, "The general sentiment of mankind is that a man who will not fight for himself, when he has the means of doing so, is not worth being fought for by others, and this sentiment is just. For a man who does not value freedom for himself will never value it for others, or put himself to any inconvenience to gain it for others. Such a man, the world says, may lie down until he has sense enough to stand up... A man of that type will never lay the world under any obligation to him, but will be a moral pauper, a drag on the wheels of society, and if he too be identified with a peculiar variety of the race he will entail disgrace upon his race as well as upon himself." Thus, we use Douglass' philosophy to assist all readers in the building of the "self-made man."
What is the most resilient parasite? An idea. Resilient, highly contagious. Once an idea has taken hold of the brain, it's almost impossible to eradicate. An idea that is fully formed, fully understood. - Inception