It's Christmas Day, the Birth of Our Lord Jesus Christ. That right there scares the living daylights out of the left and it really shouldn't. You may not believe in God or that he sacrificed his only Son for our sins and that is on you. It shouldn't be cause for scorn or shame or labeling as domestic terrorists.. Our country was founded on Judeo-Christian beliefs. The family was the building block on which communities were built and should be. Just let it be.
Couple of thoughts I had and I wonder if they would ever work. First, how about we put a stop to "social justice causes" and the thought that rioting, burning of cities and business is ever going to convince anyone that your "cause" is just when you are just acting like a criminal. MLK did more with a single march and a speech.
Second, we can't change the past by tearing down statues, burning books or wiping out history. We should always have a statue of our rights and wrongs so that we don't become destined to commit the same mistakes again.
Third, just treat everyone like you would like to be treated. It has nothing to do with race, religion, sex or your cause; it has everything to do how you act, react and are perceived. If you project an aura of peace, confidence and serenity, blood pressures all over go down. If you project anger it is met with anger. Just doesn't work.
Last, think before you speak. Look at the long term effects of your actions and words, spoken or written. Nothing ever goes away on the web. Your "social outrage" posted 10 years ago can come back to haunt you. No one should ever be judged on something stupid they wrote when a teenager. Calling for someone's job or attempting to "cancel" them over words is moronic. I'm thinking we can call them "Dumbass for a Day" and give them a chance. I love people who have social outrage who apparently forgot some of the stupid things they said and did. It's the glass houses thing, remember it.
In closing this year of pandemic, rioting, lawlessness and the "woke" actually trying to create segregation by teaching CRT in schools, we should take a big deep breath and pray that the upcoming year will be the year we start to become more tolerant.
Merry Christmas and Happier New Year;