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America IS the land of individualism where any perceived infringement on personal liberty is called socialism; where individual rights, rights such as unrestricted gun ownership, trump the common good and common sense. Individualism in America, far from leading to communism (something which seems contradictory on its face) has led - in the context of capitalism and the facile patriotism which permeates the culture - to a lonely materialism empty of community and human attachment. Instead we have the tepid substitute called social media - human contact mediated by computers and corporate America.

Mr. Douthat may be right about the future since individual humans, unlike individual cats, seem more susceptible to herding.

54 2016-11-18 03:34:16 - Richard Chapman
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There was a time that America embraced science, now we shun it. This isn't surprising, certainly, in the culture of "Anything I see on TV has to be true" it is no wonder people are in a panic in spite of the CDC repeatedly saying that unless you come into contact with the bodily fluid of an Ebola patient, your risk is zero. Facts aren't sensational or fun, it isn't only Fox, it is CNN and other news outlets who love to sensationalize a story.

11 2016-08-12 06:34:16 - GG
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As I recall was George Bush and the Republicans who destabilized the Middle East, bankrupt the U.S. and gutted the guvernamental offices of the staff needed to run a competent and efficient government. The last six years have been an uphill battle for the administration because Republican obstructionism. Americans are about to reward the party that has destroyed the country with control of both houses. Politics is the only contact sport in which the spectators are the only ones getting bruised. Go ahead America die at your own hand.

8 2016-05-14 09:53:06 - Rafael
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You're absolutely right. For starters, all performance enhancing drugs should be banned and rigorous drug testing instituted. The penalty for a violation is a one year suspension. A second violation is expulsion. Committing a crime like felony assault should be expulsion and jail. As for the head injuries, all contact should be banned. In fact, they should go to a flag football format and at the end of the game they should hold hands and sing kumbaya.
You know America has a 2 week memory span and there is way, way too money in the NFL. This will pass, the drugs will continue, brain injuries will continue, the money will flow, and America will forget. I don't say any of it is right, but that is just the way it is.

5 2016-01-14 11:28:43 - tdg
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Began well, went a bit mushy at the end. Illustrative of the strengths and limitation of thinking through the lens of cultural studies, and of the sweet poisons disseminated through American popular culture. On this planet, adulthood is what happens to animals, male or female, who have lived for a while, made more or less wise decisions when faced with real difficulties, and learned from their experiences. For some (children in conflict zones), it may come very young. It can be deferred or rejected (by evading the difficulties or making bad decisions) but at a price which essentially amounts to stunted growth and unrealised potential. The world isn't a playground and neither is America. Dad and mom may be out of sight but when but one or more of death, famine and disease show up, as they will, even in America, we may want to make contact, if we or they have achieved any kind of adulthood.

0 2015-04-10 20:13:54 - Ken Cameron
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Cudos to Nina Pham for her graciousness and good manners through a life threatening illness contracted while caring for a patient who came to America after he was in direct contact with an Ebola patient and denied that fact when he entered the USA. Sympathy to Dr. Craig Spencer, who returned from Africa after treating Ebola patients and was asymptomatic, riding the NY subway 12 hours prior to presenting with symptomatic Ebola. Then there's Kaci Hickox.

13 2015-01-21 18:02:10 - Maturin25

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