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The Great UnReason of 2020: The ‘Curious, but Quite Authentic, Inability to Think’
Upon the Nazis’ rise to power, Hannah Arendt, a Jewish woman who would go on to become a considerable 20th century philosopher, had to flee with her family from her native Germany.
Once the war was over and some prominent Nazis were brought to justice, Arendt attended the trial in Jerusalem of Adolph Eichmann, the architect of the Holocaust.
The experience left an indelible impression upon her, one that would shape the trajectory of her philosophical thinking. What she observed was that, much to her surprise, Eichmann wasn’t the incarnation of evil that she expected to encounter. His actions were monstrous, yes; but he was remarkably ordinary or “banal,” to use Arendt’s term of choice. Article
‘Never Trumpers’ plan to hold their own GOP convention in Charlotte in August
Bob Orr and Charles Jeter plan to join other Republicans at a convention in Charlotte this August — but not the one that will renominate President Donald Trump.
Instead they’ll join a group called “Republicans for a New President.”
Organized by Evan McMullin, a former CIA officer who ran an independent campaign for president in 2016, the gathering is expected to bring together groups disaffected by the president, including Republicans for the Rule of Law and The Lincoln Project. Article
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Rips Media For Fake News….
Earlier today Vice-President Mike Pence and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis visited an Orlando nursing home and delivered PPE. During their impromptu presser Governor DeSantis delivered a strong message to the press pool about their fake news and biased coverage. A very Trumpian approach… WATCH: Video
Coronavirus experts can be wrong. We can safely reopen: Rep. Jody Hice
The unprecedented lockdown of American society was executed with one primary goal in mind: preventing our hospitals and medical professionals from being overwhelmed by the new coronavirus.
Two months later, it remains doubtful whether it was truly necessary to force businesses to close their doors or to order citizens to stay in their homes for weeks on end.
Many of the models used to justify these measures have proved to be flat out wrong. Experts who put forward the worst doomsday projections have been wildly off the mark — most notably, the British epidemiologist and leading lockdown proponent Neil Ferguson, who claimed 2.2 million Americans would die unless the strictest measures were put in place.
Jenna Ellis: It’s time for Americans to rally behind President Trump
As America begins another week of social distancing, many workers and small business owners are worried about more than just the coronavirus. With the nation at a virtual shutdown in many states, President Trump is right that this is war. It feels like wartime with the uncertainty and the unknown number of casualties.
Now, instead of sending our brave men and women in uniform abroad to fight a known enemy, we are fighting an invisible unknown enemy on the home front, and our doctors, nurses, and first responders are vital to our army. But like wartime, we are for the first time in most of our collective memories facing tangible sacrifices and especially economic impact. We also have a phenomenal leader in our United States President. Article