The Rutherford Institute :: Institutionalizing Intolerance: Bullies Win, Freedom Suffers When We Can’t Agree to Disagree |

August 9, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

What a mess.

As America has become ever more polarized, and those polarized factions have become more militant and less inclined to listen to—or even allow for the existence of—other viewpoints, we are fast becoming a nation of people who just can’t get along.

Here’s the thing: if Americans don’t learn how to get along—at the very least, agreeing to disagree and respecting each other’s right to subscribe to beliefs and opinions that may be offensive, hateful, intolerant or merely different—then we’re going to soon find that we have no rights whatsoever (to speak, assemble, agree, disagree, protest, opt in, opt out, or forge our own paths as individuals).

Source: The Rutherford Institute :: Institutionalizing Intolerance: Bullies Win, Freedom Suffers When We Can’t Agree to Disagree |

Metropolis Melodrama

April 4, 2016 by · Leave a Comment 

Often civilization is viewed as the embodiment of urban architectural achievements. Buildings may be marvelous tributes to engineering and design, but glass and steel never create the soul of a society. The cosmopolitan culture that passes for urbane sophistication usually has flaws that many city inhabitants fail to recognize. While the crime, congestion and pollution are familiar ingredients, few comprehend that another form of contamination resides in their assembled utopia.

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