Whenever something truly horrific happens, there's a good chance that people will find someone or something to hold at least partially responsible for the atrocity. The most immediate reactions are often the worst...
Tom Malbon's insight:
A natural, but completely unfounded, reaction that places blame in the wake of a tragedy.
Have you ever felt like the life you are living is not the one you originally had in mind? Back when you were a kid, there might have been other things you thought you were going to be, like a Broadway diva or a country doc.
If you asked me to describe the rising philosophy of the day, I’d say it is data-ism. We now have the ability to gather huge amounts of data. This ability seems to carry with it certain cultural assumptions — that everything that can be measured should be measured; that data is a transparent and reliable lens that allows us to filter out emotionalism and ideology; that data will help us do remarkable things — like foretell the future.
President Barack Obama addressed the community of Newtown, Conn., Sunday at a vigil for the victims of last week's shooting massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School, which left 26 people dead, most of them children. Here's the full text of his...
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