America’s crimes against humanity aren’t on the ballot this year — but they should be

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An essay today in Salon Magazine titled “America’s crimes against humanity aren’t on the ballot this year — but they should be” made a connection between Harry Frankfurt‘s book, On Bullshit, —the subject of my last post—and the policies of family separation and forced sterilization employed by the Trump regime. It is a worthwhile read. In my next post, I will further explore the importance of truth.

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2 thoughts on “America’s crimes against humanity aren’t on the ballot this year — but they should be

  1. Skimmed over the piece, it was too depressing to read. A question: the violent/ neglective ways so many think and act must change if progressivism is to even have meaning (and reason). Question is: can older people change substantively in this regard?
    We know youth can; however so many elders are stuck in hateful tribalistic thinking, we don’t know if significant numbers of elders can or will change their viscerality.

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