Source; Rob Jenkins
Long gone are the days when “politics as usual” meant Democrats and Republicans quibbling over policy preferences. Today’s divide is more existential than political, between two sides — left versus right, progressives versus conservatives, statists versus classical liberals, however you want to phrase it — who see the world in fundamentally different terms, almost as if they live in two separate realities.
Okay, never mind the “almost.”
Since a good pocket definition of “insanity” is “out of touch with reality,” each side thus thinks the other is literally insane. You can see this play out daily on social media, as both sides shake their heads in stunned disbelief at the other’s inexplicable antics, which to them seem “crazy.” In this context, that’s not merely a pejorative.
Given this state of affairs, how can conservatives be sure we’re not the crazy ones? How can we know our version…
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