As of me writing this answer, there are 58 answers to this question. The vast majority of the answers state that conservatives are more tolerant of opposing views, and a fair few of them cite their own experiences in life as examples of this.If you know anything about forming a cogent argument,
I'm not sure there's any factual way to answer this question. There are varying degrees for both parties almost anywhere you go. I'll offer my observations. DISCLAIMER: Opinion onlyCalifornia is a beautiful state, and I love to visit. Politically, it seems to be a bit of a mess. Friends of mine that live there have talked
Do you feel that our schisms in America between liberals and conservatives are beginning to cool down?
No, I don't.But I have a view that some suburbs are actually the most representative of America- ideologically, religiously, ethnically, culturally.I liven in such a suburb. Our community of 120,00 has Baptist, Catholic, new age, Fundamentalist,The real bias on social networks isn't against conservativesOur media is incredibly polarized. The country seems to be watching different
I am a communist. I believe in Marxism Leninism. Liberals and conservatives frustrate me for different reasons.Liberal sayings:
The word liberal is confusing. In the US it is used to indicate progressive political views, while in many European countries it is a synonim for conservative.Both conservative and progressive movements have positive and negative aspects. Conservatives traditionally resist
Stop making the gun debate about needs, and while we're on that subject, stop saying blatantly false things about guns that make us look stupid.Full disclosure: I support risk-based gun control that makes it harder for the wrong people to get guns via regulation. I also support high capacity magazine bans.Before we get into why the
This is an example of how far our thinking in the US has drifted from reason. When discussing