These are the extremes in our culture that tear us apart - and they go way deeper than politics
Outrage doesn’t fix problems. Often, it actually exacerbates them. Find out what outrage culture is and how to fix outrage culture.
The mob is still angry, roaming the streets with digital pitchforks and verbal torches. Rioting hasn’t broken out en masse like we saw last year. But the mob reign of terror is in full effect. But, there are still calls for “justice” coming from the mob that don’t resemble justice in the least. In fact,... Continue Reading →
Derek Chauvin was convicted on all three counts after a brief trial, and I still don’t know if I’m surprised or not.
Riots have broken out again in Minneapolis after a case of police misconduct, burning the city as Deric Chauven stands trial for George Floyd
Politicians want it both ways. They want to condemn companies, but take their money. We shouldn't let them get away with it.
Too many thinkers, politicians, and activists use the word science like a magic spell, hiding behind the word science. They seem to believe that calling something science makes it true. Does it?
Check out this week's top discussions for issues with double standards, a potential housing bubble, and how the COVID response was botched.
But that's not all. Lots has happened this week that I wanted to share, and there will be some awesome content coming your way. Some of the top stories this week I dive into are: Stimmy Checks Urban-rural chasm International Womxn Day
Tune in here for this week's top discussions. Here are some of the trends: -Texas is opening up -Socialist policies failing… again -Conservatives and LGBTQ
Critical race theory has become a household term (sadly). Really critical theory has invaded every aspect of our culture an our national discourse. But, most people don't even realize it. This week's top discussions feature a CTR roundtable on the Rubin Report, another woke toy, and an exciting announcement about my new course.
I guess a chill had to run through our country to drive the feeling of love in the air right out. Instead of celebrating Valentine's Day with chocolates and flowers, I wanted to highlight some great conversations about love, sex, nudity, and dating. You're probably snowed in anyways right now, so grab your coffee and dive into some of these great conversations.
I hate to admit that Tom Brady is the GOAT. As a Colts fan, it really pains me, but he proved it this week, even if some may not agree. But, the Super Bowl isn't the only thing that happened this week. Lots of great conversations happened on Twitter, podcasts, and here at the Conversation of Our Generation. Keep reading to see what caught my attention this week. Read on here.
A lot of interesting conversations happened in the digital sphere, and I wanted to share a few with you that I found intriguing. This is obviously not a comprehensive list, but a curation of some things that caught my attention on a range of topics. You can share any great conversations with me here.