Sunday, February 28, 2016
Ben Shapiro's grip on the complexity required to "solve" the polarity of Liberalism vs Conservativism demonstrates why it is no easy task. Objective discussion devolves when agreement and resolution are not goals of the endeavor. I've been stumped many times when trying to reason with those who want to "modernize" the Constitution or inform me of my feeble inferiority when I don't acquiesce quickly during a discussion about College Campuses and their monolithic viewpoint. The complexity is evident here. The questions at the end cover a fair amount of ground with Ben's astute characterizations and illuminations. We're lucky that he is so outgoing on his views because few can articulate the difficulty of unraveling a tightening noose on our Country's future. The American experiment needs to be nurtured.