When i read this i wonder a few things:
Would you agree that our world is in utter chaos and turmoil? When we watch the news, there is hardly anything good shown any more. Crime rates are at an all-time high. There is little respect for law enforcement. Teachers have little control in their classrooms. Political representatives are having a hard time agreeing on what is best for their constituents. We ask what we can do to make a difference.
Would reading the news and not watching help? (And what are the odds the author watches Fox?)
Is the comment that "there is little respect for law enforcement" a comment on race?
This morning i also read the first two stories in an investigative series entitled Deadly Force. The second story describes the deputies breaking into a woman's home to admit her inebriated tenant. My mind swirls with thoughts of gun rights and defending one's own home.
I'm listening to the anger and pain that Trump's campaign makes manifest, but with some bewilderment and what seem to me to be counter justifications. I remember Lakoff's comments between the conventions this year: to frame the discussion in terms of freedoms and liberty.
Now to change focus, to the world i live in, so alive with joy. (I am so lucky, privileged). I think a hawk is arguing with the fish crows outside.This is also posted at http://elainegrey.dreamwidth.org/618633.html .