This Week in Polarization

Columns about polarization and depolarization written by Greg Munford

Polarization Churns On

As families and friends gathered to celebrate the deepest values and traditions of freedom, rebirth and renewal, the arrogant, self-serving, counterproductive rancor of polarization churned on.


The school shooting in Florida understandably opened the floodgates of polarization around the issue of guns.


There were plenty of examples of how polarization fools us into believing we’re well informed, whereas in reality we’re simply being manipulated.

We Celebrate Thanksgiving

Whether you’re a left-winger or a right winger, try also to be an Angel-winger and lift the conversation above the differences to see the fuller, truer picture that is America.

Politicizing The Fallen

The gesture of honoring those who made the ultimate sacrifice in the service of our country was callously used again and again as an excuse to point fingers at “them.”


We, as Americans, cherish the freedom and right to disagree—which we do, often deeply about important issues that need resolution.

The Enemy of Freedom

The aftermath of the horrific mass murder in Las Vegas shows once again how polarizing the issue of gun control is—and how counter-productive polarization is.

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