We are a country divided and the distinctions are becoming more distinct. Evolutionary psychology says we treat each other like foreigners with fear, suspicion, and disgust.
Our political divide is so acrimonious, can we actually articulate values that all Americans share? Can we list them? Do we live them?
My good blogging buddy, Shmaltz, is collecting opinions about the 2016 election via a survey. Be chum, be a pal, be a sport, and help her out, why don’tcha?
With the death of Roger Ailes, we are focused on the contributions of news to political polarization. Now we have liberal fake news to contend with. Here we examine the role of perception in our polarized politics.
The blatant lies can be maddening. Unfortunately, they can be convincing if repeated often enough. This is the gaslighting of America. Paul Ryan’s office is
Three things that make an apology a real apology and how Trump is the opposite!