NSFW: Racism exists in America but America is not a racist country!

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NSFW: Racism exists in America but America is not a racist country!

Recently, someone went out of their way to convince me that America is a racist country. In this video, I disagree with them with facts and figures. In a nutshell, how can America be a racist nation when you consider the rate of interracial marriages, social acceptance of interracial relationships and the upward trend in interracial adoptions? I think I proved my case. Tune in to see for yourself.

Oh! WARNING: The “N” word is dropped quite a bit in this video and not in a hip-hop music kind of way. NSFW stands for “Not Safe For Work.”

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Who Checks the Fact Checkers?

Someone sent me a clip of an influential Democrat claiming that Republicans were behind the “Defund the Police” movement. For those in the know, it was a HUGE lie that should have been reported on ad nauseum and debunked by fact checkers. However, the tepid rebuke was slow in coming. It made me wonder, who are the fact checkers that the public relies on to verify media stories? Can they be trusted? More often than not, no.

The resources cited in this video can be found here: https://bit.ly/factcheckers-js

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The Involution Revolution

In China, the pressure to outcompete others begins at an early age. From securing a place at a bilingual kindergarten, getting into a “key school” and then an elite university, to landing a job that pays well enough to afford a comfortable life in the city. A lot of young people in China are wondering these days if all this hard work and constant competition to be the best is making their life easier or worse.

Enter the Chinese word “neijuan,” which is translated “involution” and “tang ping” which is translated “laying flat.” The meaning? Why chase after success? Instead, embrace a peaceful life by lowering your standards and ambitions. In this episode, I discuss this trend in China and explore how it could be a good thing for America.

Links related to this episode can be found here:
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