It’s people I tend to agree with preaching to the choir while the other side pulls the plug and pretends it’s not happening.
Discourse and Guns (etc.)
Colin O'Connor

This is the state of American public discourse EVERYWHERE in 2016 — especially on social media. Perhaps it would take some tragic event to turn the tide and (at least temporarily) unite, but the events of Newtown/Orlando/San Bernadino, etc. suggest otherwise. The rapid growth of the internet in a post-9/11 world has balkanized our culture into groups that seem to have only entrenched themselves further into their ideological niches.

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