I love this message, and it proves that when people accidentally talk to each other in real life, they find common ground.

“In an unmissable talk about race and politics in America, Theo E.J. Wilson tells the story of becoming Lucius25, white supremacist lurker, and the unexpected compassion and surprising perspective he found from engaging with people he disagrees with. He encourages us to let go of fear, embrace curiosity and have courageous conversations with people who think differently from us. “Conversations stop violence, conversations start countries and build bridges,” he says.”

Thomas Thwaites tried to build a toaster on his own. Watch how much time and effort went into building a cheap toaster that never worked. Through cooperation, a reliable toaster is built that costs us a fraction of the time and money.

Jonah Goldberg’s new book “Suicide of the West” is excellent. It is a defense of freedom and gives a framework for letting it thrive in a culture. If you can’t dedicate the time to reading this tome, then this is a good summation.