Laser Pointers and Beer Cans: Navigating the Hysteria of Manufactured Outrage

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This episode uses the metaphor of a cat ignoring an illusory laser dot to discuss the escalating culture of manufactured outrage in American society, drawing parallels with a controversy involving Anheuser Busch’s marketing strategy. The host argues that such outrages have real-world consequences for everyday people, including potential job losses for workers uninvolved in the decisions that spark outrage. The host suggests condemning the decisions of those responsible, while supporting the workers by buying local beer and participating in community initiatives. The episode concludes by emphasizing the importance of focusing on real-world impacts and fostering constructive dialogue to navigate the storm of manufactured outrage.

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Ed

I am a Christian, husband, conservative, small business owner, dog lover, and fellow Idahoan. I believe in freedom of speech and the idea of American Exceptionalism. It is my cause to fight Big Tech and Mass Media censorship and create a media where conservatives ideas and voices can be freely heard.
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