Rule Governed Behavior – The (Other) Case for Mask Mandates

Mayor Paul TenHaken (R) is the mayor of Sioux Falls, South Dakota— a small town that is just 80 square miles. According to its Wikipedia page, it’s the healthiest city in the entire country— and Wikipedia has never, ever failed me. 🙂 Nonetheless, TenHaken is one of the few (Republican) politicians that has decided to…

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900 on Mayo Clinic staff have contracted coronavirus in last two weeks – Twin Cities

This is a stain on American society and is only the beginning. I’m an atheist/agnostic (?), but God helps us nonetheless. 900 on Mayo Clinic staff have contracted coronavirus in last two weeks – Twin Cities — Read on http://www.twincities.com/2020/11/17/over-900-mayo-staff-have-gotten-covid-19-in-past-two-weeks/amp/   Say Hi! *Please know I do not reinforce maladaptive behavior, though. 😉

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White House Reporters

Have White House Reporters (pick your media outlet) considered that they may be getting played by their sources? These are individual people within unique environments with individual factors always happening. They are all just trying to get by, purely looking at a day-by-day basis. And, right now, in the most authentic of senses… they are…

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Lame Duck

The Republican strategy during this lame-duck session, to “toe the line,” so to speak, will be this: They will say that they, too, want all the “legal” votes to be counted. And that’s why Trump is interested in some polling locations and not other sites, you see? It makes perfect sense. This will allow them…

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Circular Reasoning

Our political system and ensuing analysis seem to be basically on circular reasoning that erases personhood— which is, I would argue, of the utmost importance in a democracy. Rallies (theoretically) lead to votes. Votes lead the winning candidate to a presidential environment that is not based on governance but popularity. Ultimately. That popularity leads to…

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