Category: Political News

Why Equity Matters in COVID Vaccine Rollout
COVID, Liberalism Defined, Political News

Why Equity Matters in COVID Vaccine Rollout

Why Equity Matters in COVID Vaccine Rollout As COVID-19 vaccine rollout sputters along, each state is grappling with its own issues. And each state has determined its own priority list for vaccine administration. However, one thing is universally true, equity matters in COVID vaccine rollout. As public health professional plan to rollout more doses to […]

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The Biden-Trump Debate: Divisiveness And The 24 Hour News Cycle Presidential Debate 24 Hour News Cycle
2020 Elections, Joe Biden, Liberal News, Liberal Viewpoint, modern liberalism, Political News, Presidential Candidates, What Is Liberalism

The Biden-Trump Debate: Divisiveness And The 24 Hour News Cycle

we would need to have a civilized discourse by two intelligent candidates that uphold the virtues of patience, honest discourse, preparation, passion for knowledge, oratory finesse, respect for their opponent, and respect enough for the people listening to know that they deserve more than click bait phrases and headlines

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Cancel Culture Harms the Liberals’ Cause Cancel Culture Harms the Liberals' Cause
Liberalism Defined, Political News

Cancel Culture Harms the Liberals’ Cause

Cancel Culture Harms the Liberals’ Cause Cancel culture is the practice of withdrawing support from people or companies when they do or say something objectionable. The approach has been employed by both conservatives and liberals historically. But in 2020, liberals are more likely to take part in this phenomenon. Perhaps without knowing it, liberals involved […]

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Why Trump Succeeded And The Fake Myths Behind Presidential Success
2020 Elections, electoral college, Liberalism Defined, Political News, Presidential Candidates, Voting

Why Trump Succeeded And The Fake Myths Behind Presidential Success

The truth is I abhor the use of liberal/conservative/left/right/democrat/republican language when speaking about politics. Putting people into those buckets is akin to putting us in street gangs, good for only divisiveness. I actually believe voting along party lines should be looked at suspiciously as it doesn’t seem to suggest our representatives are voting for their constituents but rather for the success of their party. What I want to look at are the main arguments I have observed and the psychology behind the support of a figure who has become, whether you like it or not, a divisive figure with a questionable past.

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