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Now, standing or not standing for the anthem has become one of the polarizing issues in our polarized country.
MARK CUBAN HAD THE RIGHT IDEA: IT’S TIME TO RETHINK HOW WE USE THE NATIONAL ANTHEMJOHN FEINSTEINFEBRUARY 12, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The concern is much larger if the selection of which platforms people are using in the first place is itself more polarized.
“THIS IS WAR”: INSIDE THE SECRET CHAT WHERE FAR-RIGHT EXTREMISTS DEVISED THEIR POST-CAPITOL PLANSBY LOGAN JAFFE AND JACK GILLUMJANUARY 28, 2021PROPUBLICA
The aim is to stay neutral with ads that take place in a pre-politically polarized world that exists sans-Covid.
‘CONSUMERS EXPECT BRANDS TO ACT’: WHY DEFINING VOICE AND VALUES HAS BECOME CRUCIAL FOR MARKETERS AMID CRISESKIMEKO MCCOYJANUARY 25, 2021DIGIDAY
Almost all legislation requires 60 votes to be filibuster-proof, meaning the GOP has the numbers to make some Democratic priorities dead on arrival in a highly polarized Congress.
SENS. WARNOCK AND OSSOFF WERE JUST SWORN IN, OFFICIALLY GIVING DEMOCRATS THE MAJORITYGABRIELLE BIRENBAUMJANUARY 20, 2021VOX
In a polarized nation, experts say that’s unlikely to change.
PROUD BOYS LEADER BARRED FROM DISTRICT BY JUDGE FOLLOWING HIS ARRESTPETER HERMANN, KEITH L. ALEXANDERJANUARY 6, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Even in these polarized times, legislators across the political spectrum realize just how necessary it is to end the abuses of anonymous shell companies.
CONGRESS JUST PASSED THE MOST IMPORTANT ANTI-CORRUPTION REFORM IN DECADES, BUT HARDLY ANYONE KNOWS ABOUT ITJAKEMETHDECEMBER 26, 2020FORTUNE
America is deeply polarized, and that has been reflected in our scattered policy responses and in the differing attitudes of Democrats and Republicans toward mask-wearing and other restrictions.
HOW MELBOURNE ERADICATED COVID-19DYLAN SCOTTDECEMBER 4, 2020VOX
Sports, in other words, aren’t a distraction from a polarized nation and its response to a global pandemic.
AS THOUSANDS OF ATHLETES GET CORONAVIRUS TESTS, NURSES WONDER: WHAT ABOUT US?KENT BABBDECEMBER 3, 2020WASHINGTON POST
The greatest challenge to our democracy is not that we hold deeply polarized beliefs, but that one party refuses to operate in a fact-based world that might challenge its beliefs.
TIME TO CONFRONT THE RIGHT-WING MYTH-MAKERSJENNIFER RUBINNOVEMBER 6, 2020WASHINGTON POST
She’s drawing on the same techniques that create a polarized and often uncivil environment as a means to improve that environment.
WHY THE LEFT HAD TO STEAL THE RIGHT’S DARK-MONEY PLAYBOOK (BONUS EPISODE)SUDHIR VENKATESHOCTOBER 31, 2020FREAKONOMICS

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