I heard his speech and believed it to be one of the most salient and sane political announcements I had heard. He was full of facts and thoughts, but also convicted about his beliefs. He said things that made me actually like America and its ideals.
Tag - identity politics
Whether or not candidate Donald Trump paid for porn-starlet Stormy Daniels’s silence over their tryst without properly reporting the expense to the FEC is beside the point.
To #staywoke is to stay indescribable because wokeness is, at its core, subjective.
One key to engaging in kind politics is to approach every discussion with an open mind and a willingness to learn from others.
Why are we taught that communism and fascism are opposites when both have led to the deaths of millions? Are conservatives for free markets or for corporatism? Is the Left anti-war or pro-war? Matt Kibbe is joined by Verlan and Hyrum Lewis.
As always, the middle will be screwed by the margins. The young and childless and the old and childlike will try to fleece one another, only to settle their sights on the easiest mark: the tax-paying, burden-carrying median.
We’re seeing a shift from framing disability as a condition, to framing disability as an in-vogue identity.
The center isn’t holding, and in some ways that’s inevitable. Millions of Americans continue to voice dissatisfaction with the country’s trajectory.
Virtue signaling is not difficult or challenging. One just needs to keep up with current trends and go with the flow.
The Left-Right Political Spectrum Doesn’t Describe America | Guest: Tony Woodlief | Ep 175
Matt Kibbe is joined by Tony Woodlief to talk about how Americans can address political polarization that leaves us at each other’s throats.