Wild West Pimp Style
The birth of America, much like its brother Canada, was as a colony. By very nature of the concept or a colony it has no culture, no aims or purpose of its own, but derives these things from it's mother country's soil. For America that is Britain & Ireland with the German Fatherland. They were not forged initially in blood and have no concept of politics and the power struggle of war, in great part due to their lack of tradition. The culture of the south grew from a mix of cultures alien to each other and was entirely concerned with economy, not the wellbeing of the state and its people. The north was even less of a nation. With no true ruling class and at the whim of the banker, anyone can become an American, regardless of the language they speak or culture they keep, sub-societies which altogether fractured the colonies further. Then we stretched out west, past the great plains, into the land we purchased with the power we've since squandered on the world stage, and established an identity of our own, of the rugged man who carves out the land on horse back with his rifle by his side; with a language, a solid set of traditions, a meaningful lineage with unique mannerisms beyond what the mother and fatherlands provided with the founding stock, as much of an identity and culture as that of Tokyo or London, Berlin or Shanghai. We fought the wars of the land and came to know the power struggle, the way of the world as battle after battle, and the desert made us strong. Our sheriffs and judges made for a ruling class, more than the legalese of the east and conquered south, men who directly involved themselves in the protection of each neo-feudal county-state, tolerating no foreign political action nor occupation. It was the 1890s that saw to its suffocation we see today, smothered by immigration, inclusion by "diversity", the rape of the land and its people by an utterly corrupt banking union marauding as a united empire but actively destroying its contents from one coast to the other for the benefit of people not its own; anyone but Americans. We cannot go back, but we can revive that potent culture and its strong traditions. Cowboy up.
The Wild West was peak American culture, neo-feudal county-states with rich traditions and a healthy view of the world both macro- and micro-cosmically. The meta-modern wild west would see a return to traditional skills, masculinity complimented by femininity, courtesy and chivalry unrivaled by any other honor culture, and a healthy fusion of technology and nature with respect for the future of both.