During the last half of the twentieth century, the United States of America was a place where dreams were fulfilled, racial tensions were lessened and the world knew no other nation so powerful. In 2015, however, after substantial slippage on all societal fronts in the US, ten young men left college for careers of their choice. They, like some before them, and many that followed, were major participants in the disintegration of the greatest nation in the history of the world. One would become a US Congressman, ome an attorney specializing in environmental liability, another was simply a working stiff who sired ten offspring but never married, yet another would become a major hip-hop player, another ran his own international trade company, one was a major agent for the US Immigration Service, another a petroleum futures trader, one a journalist, one who owed and ran a retail gun shop, and finally, one a minister. We watch their self-serving decisions and are astounded at their failure to exhibit the first ounce of principles which made our country great. From their travels, actions and deeds of these few we come face to face with what was to be the downfall of America.