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Last spring, when an actual asteroid hit earth and another one closely missed us on the very same day, Rep. Bill Posey (R-FL) asked NASA chief Charles Bolden what NASA would do if a large asteroid was expected to collide with earth in three weeks. “The answer to you is, ‘if it’s coming in three weeks, pray.’ The reason I can’t do anything in the next three weeks is because for decades we have put it off.”
Why don't liberals seem to care about moral behavior and the moral communities that support it? Why don't conservatives seem to care about rampant public corruption at the heart of our political system? If we care about doing the right thing, can't we care about both?
There is perhaps no where in our civic debate where the conversation has grown so calcified as the one about morality. We've long since stopped any form of real communication, instead hurling accusations at each other across what seems to be an impossible - and ever-widening - divide. But if you take a fresh look at the best case each side makes, they each have a real argument, in fact we think each sees an "asteroid" coming our way - with the problem getting bigger over time and the longer we ignore it. And until we cross the partisan divide and realize that team effort can solve both problems - as we would behave if they were real asteroids we must deflect to protect life on earth, we're stuck in a do-loop of failure to communicate. Click the following link to find out more about the Asteroids Club project.
This program is part of theDinner at the Square seasonThe Asteroids Club which is a joint project with Dr. Jonathan Haidt, author ofThe Righteous Mind: Why Good People are Divided by Politics and Religion.
DINNER AT THE SQUARE:
Seven Deadly Sins
The Decline of Moral Community and the Rise of Public Corruption
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Boneless Barbecue Chicken
Fran's Famous Potato Salad
Sour Cream Biscuits
Chocolate Mint Bars
Lemonade, Iced Tea, Water & Coffee
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