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Unfortunately, far too many Americans now use politics as a substitute for faith, treating party loyalty as a matter of uncompromising identity that provides meaning, transcendence and morality. Passionate partisans on both sides see political disputes not as choices of policies or values, but as the ultimate struggle between good and evil.
If couples worshiped a higher power together, they wouldn’t need to sacrifice relationships on the altar of either Trump or Clinton, and might treat political quarrels as the ephemeral, well-intentioned disagreements they really are.
Teachers in Charlotte, North Carolina, have been advised to stop calling the children “boys and girls,” according to a training presentation on transgender issues. Instead, the progressives who control Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools want teachers to identify the youngsters as either “students” or “scholars.”
Baltimore has a bigoted, racist, out of control police force.
Politicians and Black Lives Matter usually respond to such charges by demanding more diversity in the ranks and the leadership. The Mayor of Baltimore, Stephanie Rawlings Blake, is black. More than half the city council is black. Baltimore police commissioner, Anthony Batts, is a black man. Four of the department’s six top commanders are people of color as are more than half of its 3,000 uniformed officers. It doesn’t sound like more diversity is going to change anything. And that’s a lesson for the more than 20 American police departments operating under DOJ decrees, including Seattle and Portland.
Skin color isn’t the problem. The problem is people who break the law, whether citizens or cops.
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