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Two Questions About Trump and Republicans that Stump Progressives

George Lakoff has a lot of important insights into our current civil disfunction. His theory, which I happen to fully agree with, says liberals like the Nurturing Mother world view, while, conservative like the Strong Father world view. For liberals, the community...

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Donald Trump’s petty speech to NATO was an ugly surprise even to his own team

If this is true, and I believe it is true, it is important. If you support Trump you probably don't believe this true. That it is "fake news!" Right? So there are two questions: 1) Do you believe that Trump's top national security officials were surprised he did not...

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Trump Supporting Convenience Store Is Offering $50,000 Bounty For Kathy Griffin’s Head

Tweet A convenience store in Tennessee is featuring a scrolling digital sign outside the gas station offering $50,000 for Kathy Griffin’s head. Lewis Country Store’s Facebook page is littered with controversial messages in an attempt to garner attention. The store’s...

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Wisconsin bill that would expel or suspend students who disrupt speakers moves forward

Wisconsin bill that would expel or suspend students who disrupt speakers moves forward

This feeds the narrative that we are moving more to the "Alt-Right." MADISON, Wis. (AP) – Assembly Republicans moved closer to creating tougher penalties for University of Wisconsin student protesters Tuesday, advancing a bill that would suspend or expel students who...

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Religious Lessons from the Handel-Ossoff Campaign

I find this post from a Christian Media Outlet to be very important. I particularly thought the following quote interesting. Political candidates have proven they are able to motive their colleagues to strategize, work, and give to accomplish their goals more than the...

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New Term – Motive Attribution Asymmetry. Add this to “Confirmation Bias,” “Selective Perception,” and “Motivated Reasoning” as Reasons For Our Political Disfunction.

I found a new term, "Political Motive Attribution Asymmetry" that adds to, "Confirmation Bias," "Selective Perception," and "Motivated Reasoning" as the reason our political problems seem to be so intractable.  The term came from a Study called "Motive attribution...

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7 Communication Skills to Succeed in Work and Life

7 Communication Skills to Succeed in Work and Life. Communication is a requirement for almost any job and almost any life activity.  So the better you are communicating the better you will be in life. Here are my top 7 communication skills to succeed in Work and Life:...

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7 Important Communication Skills to Get and Keep a Great Job

Communication is a requirement for almost any job and almost any life activity. Here are the top 7 communication skills that will help you succeed in work and life. 1. Understand The Intent of the Communication We all begin communication with an intent to achieve some...

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5 Things We Should Do in 2016 to Make Our Community Better!

There are 5 things we should do in 2016 to make our community better! We should listen more and preach less. We should build more opportunities to learn from each other,. We should tap into our seniors to provide them an opportunity to be more productive. We should...

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