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For as long as I can remember contemplating the idea, I have been under the impression that humans are born with a natural predisposition to behave in a way that embodies the idea of “bad,” at least according to the value system I hold.
Aside from this quote coming from a great movie (how could it not be with Kevin Spacey), I think it speaks volumes to a phenomenon that I have come to call “Tyrannical Liberalism.”
I would define Tyrannical Liberalism as a conservative and dogmatic method used to defend liberal and progressive views.
I recently returned from Singapore for the first time. Not a day has passed since, without my thinking of this special country.
Singapore has forced me to check my sense of certainty at the door and take a close and honest look at several paradigms, almost axioms, that were infused in me from a very early age.
¬¬¬¬¬¬Who knows how many car accidents there were today in Israel?
How about guessing how many people were subject to violent and random acts of violence in NYC yesterday? And what if I told you that in the past weekend, 14 teenagers were killed from gun shots in Chicago?