The Great American Crisis is Really One of Willful Ignorance


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While America faces many crises, both on the domestic and international front, the great American Crisis is really one of willful ignorance. Many no longer operate in the realm of reality. Many ignore facts. Many fail to use reason, logic, or common sense. Many have deluded themselves into believing illusions that don’t really exist. Nearly every issue, including coronavirus, immigration, policing, race relations, is driven by emotions. Perception is not reality, and we cannot allow perception to become reality.

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