Matt Kibbe is joined by Tony Woodlief to talk about how Americans can address political polarization that leaves us at each other’s throats.
Tag - political polarization
Right-wing distrust of our institutions has a backstory that largely mirrors the commonly accepted grievances of the political left.
Furious distrust of liberals is desensitizing the right to the joy of laughter and whimsy.
29% of Democrats would support temporarily removing parents’ custody of their children if parents refuse to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
The “vaccine-injured” are not just “collateral damage.” They are our fellow people.
Every day I see an onslaught of mockery directed at anyone who dares question The Official Narrative™ being peddled by people who get paid to tell lies.
America’s pop-density divide is a stubborn characteristic of our national life.
An inner child's cry for belonging in the face of labels like “repugnant” and “pure garbage.”
There is a reason the progressive left despises competition; without competition their ideas will find themselves on the ash heap of history.
I no longer consider myself a liberal. I am an independent and I declare my freedom.