The Culture War Treadmill Is Exhausting

A lot of energy is being spent on what is of very little consequence.

[From left to right] Steven Crowder, Dave Chappelle, and Ben Shapiro. Courtesy of Flickr by Gage Skidmore and Raph_PH. Licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0 and CC BY 2.0.

It feels like since Donald Trump was gone from the White House, cultural discourse collapsed into a singular narrow continuum from which only a few items at a time can gain traction, but their gravitational pull is as strong as political scandals of the highest order in yester…

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