The stakes will seem smaller . . . the reforms less sweeping and urgent . . . the opposition, less villainous.
Why federalism is key to restoring civic connectedness and faith in the American government
Mike Lee

Imagine a world where you can disagree with a neighbor on a political position…yet, you still invite then for a backyard barbecue, to you daughter’s birthday party…or even trust them to watch your kids…without ever considering their political positions.

That is community. That is what we gave up. This is a casualty of the Information Age coupled with our innate tribal nature. And our capitalistic polarizing media. It has made me sad for years.

I had thought we could have honest disagreement and still be civil, still be friends. I can see now…that did not happen where I live.

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