Throughout our history, we have found a way to divide our country into various versions of “us” versus “them”. They say the first step to healing is admitting you have a problem. Well, here it is, America. We have a problem.
Let’s stop screaming “Make America Great Again”. Let’s Make American People Great. Let’s show people how to be compassionate and empathetic towards others and their viewpoints. Let’s teach people that conversations are great, even if you don’t agree in the end.
Sean Hannity, Fox News host, won’t give up on a conspiracy theory about the murder of Seth Rich.
I am angry at the millions of people whose voting philosophy was, “As long as it isn’t me.” The definition of privilege is being able to look at a problem and say, “Well, it isn’t problematic for ME, so I don’t have to worry about it.”
He decided it was time to “speak up on behalf of all heterosexual males” and listed off a number of the women had had slept with over the years.
Bring up politics often and tactfully. Involve a diversity of opinions in your action group. Make a pact to engage with Trump supporters and report to each other about how the conversations go.
Why the media’s bemoaning of a “fractured” country isn’t just hyperbolic, it’s downright idiotic.
We’ve witnessed these same small, irrevocable steps towards totalitarianism in other many other countries and I’m afraid to say, I think we’re watching it here.
Was he a genius media mogul who crafted a multi-hundred million dollar news channel or was he a sexual predator who used his power to harass the women who walked through the doors of Fox News?
I have never lost a loved one to a routine traffic stop, and chances are I never will. I can’t even begin to imagine the pain that anyone who has must feel, though, and for that reason, I will never hesitate to take a knee with them.