I follow up on last week’s episode, which explored the question of how we are to pay respect to the more than 100,000 innocent Americans killed — and 330,000 worldwide dead — in just the last two months due to a largely preventable cause (COVID-19).
During this episode, I make the argument that it’s not a question of religious vs. secular; it’s a question of compassion vs. selfishness.
Why Do Bad Things Happen to Good People?
How are we to pay respect to the more than 100,000 innocent Americans killed — and 330,000 worldwide dead — in just the last two months due to a largely preventable cause?
What is the philosophical answer? The religious answer? Let’s face it head on and explore the emotional dimensions and depth of this almost unthinkable tragedy occurring now all around us.
During today’s episode, I analyze this week’s Supreme Court hearings on President Trump’s tax returns, and what powers Congress has to investigate a sitting President.
You can also watch this episode here on Twitter/Periscope
- 5/28/2020 Selfishness or Compassion
- 5/21/2020 Why Do Bad Things Happen to Good People?
- 5/14/2020 No Checks. No Balance
- 5/7/2020 Live and Let Die
- 4/30/2020 Do Trumpists Actually Believe Him?
- 4/23/2020 Trump’s Death Cult
- 4/16/2020 Total Authority; Zero Responsibility
- 4/9/2020 Vote and Die!
- 4/2/2020 On the Verge of Catastrophe
- 12/23/2019 Fox News Refuses Impeachment Debate; Insists Dems Discuss AOC & Bernie Instead