Tag Archives: politics

Go back to your conscience . . .

Maybe we should all “go back” to our conscience, our compassion, and our civility. Before you pounce on someone’s post and denounce them as a foe, try an ounce of kindness. Social media is often like keyboard kickboxing without rules … Continue reading

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Violence, insults, hostility and an effective alternative

Violence has always been a part of society, even part of much of our entertainment. Perhaps what we enjoy watching is influential. Humans tend to resort to meanness (and even violence) if we have trouble getting what we want by … Continue reading

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People’s character is as important as their beliefs. Integrity matters. It’s dangerous to support bad character.

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What do you get if you cross political debate with procrastination? An argument that is just waiting to happen.

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What ever happened to the concept of “I respectfully disagree”?

Demanding that people agree with you is unreasonable and can only produce insincere compliance. Instead be kind to everyone. Anybody can insult, mock, and be unkind, but it takes amazing courage to cross color, ethnic, and political lines with ongoing … Continue reading

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election and mean talk

Politicians say, “I’ll fight.” Perhaps it would be better if instead, they worked together for the good of the country. Voting nowadays isn’t easy. In many races there are rude and hostile people representing both parties. Perhaps America needs more than … Continue reading

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Insults, race, disagreement, politics, and history

It takes no brains, no heart, and no character to call someone a demeaning name. However, if you feel a need to insult people who disagree with you, perhaps you’re not very secure in your beliefs. It’s easier to insult … Continue reading

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