Kansas City Faith Blogger Demands Social Media Fix To Save American Discourse

A prolific writer on faith & morals imagines changing hearts and minds in order to preserve American institutions. 

It might be easier just to remind people that they always have the option of putting their phone down. 

OR . . . That video games are much more rewarding than debating all of the lonely trolls in their underwear about policy decisions that very few people really understand.

Here's the argument . . .

"There are things you and I can do to work against the hatred, extremism and lies that are regularly found parading around social media in the guise of wisdom and enlightenment. In fact, I think it's our job to find ways to do that if we care at all about the common good . . . Teaching young people how to conduct civil and respectful discourse has to happen or the costs will be too great for society to bear."

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .

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