There are times when it is quite possible that a noble idea has no actual logic to it whatsoever. So, as a theory, such an idea may look attractive. However, when a thoughtful individual mulls over the proposition, they may end up finding it harder and harder to implement realistically. The proposed solution to whatever problem ends up having no real pragmatism to its premises.
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In life, there are times when a lesson must be repeated for understanding, growth and, ultimately, for application. The repetition could be due to an individual's seemingly resistant nature to hearing it -- and their acceptance it upon hearing it. Or the repetition of the lesson may be needed due to the inability of learners to grasp the instruction because they have not seen evidence for the validity of the message. Whatever the case may be, it must be acknowledged that the reiteration of any particular life-changing message is required until actual comprehension occurs.
Hostility and prejudice towards Jewish people is obviously nothing new in our country or the world. It is actually quite interesting to note that there are neo-Nazis and Black radical extremists, who while simultaneously hating one another, share common ground with both groups having a fanatical distaste for Jewish people. With this in mind, this form of bigotry has been the impetus for some political rumblings in the media as of late.
Currently, it would seem that when listening to any political discourse to any problem, the constant and persistent solution(s) offered seem to involve demanding the government to fix it. If there is any problem going on with any major issue, more and more American citizens yell for their preferred Republican or Democrat to do something about it. This kind of thinking typically demands that some law should be created to impact change in communities across the country, all the while forgoing the idea that communities can make changes themselves.
In a sense, comedy in the age of Trump's presidency is much like comedy during any other presidency: It provides an escapism from the frustrating moments of reality, which include politics. A big difference is that many of today's more famous comedians share similar political traits to the traits found in mainstream media. Many comedians are inclined to pass off their biased views as objective and true when it comes to conservative politicians and conservative viewpoints.
MAN UP, DADS: Fathers Must Intentionally Educate Sons To Respect Girls And Women In The Sexual Assault Era
Since the Harvey Weinstein scandal hit the news and blew up in Tinseltown, it feels as if you cannot go a day before the next sexual assault allegations are hitting the airwaves. Sad to say that the shock has somewhat worn off at the hearing of such events taking place at this point because of the seemingly unending nature of the stories and the furiosity at which they are appearing. Nevertheless, news of such despicable behavior cannot just be simply overlooked and dismissed as isolated incidents only happening in the world of the rich and famous.