"Among lessons learned over the last four years is this: Partisanship is a more potent drug than heroin. I consider myself to be in recovery but by no means cured. The urge to curate information to suit your own prejudices is nearly impossible to conquer."
In what is one of the best pieces written about this subject, writes a piece taking apart everything from "but judges" to "but the working class" to "but Biden," all at once. Read this.
"Joe Biden, institutionalist to his core, is about the best Democrat we could have gotten in 2020." via
"Who is really disrespecting working class people? Do you need a college degree to find mocking the handicapped disgusting? Must you be a professional to despise cruelty? Do working class people not have a stake in the rule of law and minority rights?"
Joe Biden: "Time and again we’ve seen charlatans, con men and phony populists who sought to play on our fears...I’m running as a proud Democrat but I’ll govern as an American president. I’ll work as hard for those who don’t support me as for those who do."
"Who exactly is really disrespecting working class people? Do you need a college degree to find mocking the handicapped disgusting? Must you be a professional to despise selfishness and cruelty?" -
Come for the excellent piece by . Stay for the epigraph from Robert Heinlein: “Man is not a rational animal; he is a rationalizing animal."
The contortions of Trump defenders. Getting Past Partisan Blinders via
For Cons/Anti-SJWs worried about voting Dem. Consider how lucky you are that they chose such a moderate, says Mona Charen in The Bulwark.
In The Bulwark, Mona Charen's final thoughts on why she is proudly supporting Joe Biden should be read by one and all. Mona is a conservative who thinks and does not feel the need to defend the indefensible.