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Tag: Empathy

The Weight Of Empathy

The enormous cost of being empathetic in a fractious world, the danger of melting snow, the merits of unconditional love, the wisdom of dogs, and pumpkin pie. By David Todd McCarty | Friday, October 30, 2020 I do not ask a wounded person how he feels,I myself become the wounded person,My hurt turns livid upon meas I lean on a cane and observe.Walt Whitman He’s ...

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The Quiet Rage Of The Left

People see the Trump flags and the yard signs, the raucous rallies and the truck stop merchandise, and they fear that’s where the country’s energy lies, but what they’re missing is the subterranean rage that’s building like molten lava beneath the surface. By David Todd McCarty | Monday, October 5, 2020 This article has been edited since it was first posted. After the 2016 election, ...

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A Failure Of Imagination

The inherent limitation of Conservatism in America comes down to a lack of imagination. You can’t dream about a brave, new world if you lack the ability to empathize with the plight of another. By David Todd McCarty | Friday, July 24, 2020 “By the grace of reality and the nature of life, man—every man—is an end in himself and exists for his own sake, ...

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The Myth Of Self Reliance

Why Republicans Don’t Recognize White Supremacy. By David Todd McCarty On March 12, 2018, the Facebook page for the Cape May County Young Republicans shared a story titled, “A Restaurant Is Charging White Customers More To Highlight Racial Wealth Inequality” with the comment, “Thoughts?” This was an article about a restaurant in New Orleans who wanted to raise awareness of racial wealth differences in the ...

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