Americans find themselves politically divided over seemingly everything. But the political divide is nonetheless significant: About four of every 10 Democrats said they thought the new coronavirus poses an imminent threat, compared to about two of every 10 Republicans. Americans are divided on party lines over risk from coronavirus, says a Reuters/Ipsos poll. DIVERSITY OF THOUGHT, DIVERSITY OF OPINION: Why can’t we all just get along? But aren’t we suppose to be divided?
How do we grow as people, if we only consider one-side of the discussion? Americans increasingly surround themselves with people who share the same political views, so partisan perceptions echo not just through the television channels people watch and websites and social media they consume, but through their friends and neighbors as well.
PEOPLE WHO INSULT – VULGAR OR DEMEAN OTHERS: It is always their own insecurities, their weaknesses. Taz Thornton explains, “People like this can not stand on their own two feet, they can only achieve by insulting and demeaning other people.”
WHY WOULD WE EVER STOP OUR DIVISION? Mallory Millett says it this way, “Please, stop the “divided” nonsense. Humans are, by nature, divided, quarrelsome..the nature of a sovereign individual.”
Malcolm has a thought or two on the Human Psychology of Losers, and he is joined by two strong opinion leaders: Taz Thornton – Best-selling author, TEDx Speaker, UK’s #1 Inspirational Breakthrough Speaker, aka Judgy McJudgeface. Mallory Millett, CFO and a long-standing director of the David Horowitz Freedom Center – Repentant Leftie; Unrepentant Conservative.
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Mallory Millett resides in New York City with her husband of over twenty years. CFO for several corporations, she is a longstanding Director of The David Horowitz Freedom Center and sits on the Board of Regents for the Center for Security Policy.