Colorado Senate District 26 candidate Bob Roth hears from constituents their concerns regarding economic recovery and children returning to school relative to state mandates due to COVID-19 and community safety. His opponent is working to circumvent local control in regards to Greenwood Village’s resolution to protect police. For more information on Bob visit rothforSD26.com
Assistant philosophy professors Justin Tosi (Texas Tech University) and Brandon Warmke (Bowling Green State University) are Kim’s guests discussing “grandstanding.” Tosi and Warmke are the authors of Grandstanding: The Use and Abuse of Moral Talk. Public discourse is toxic. Many people are “virtue signaling” to impress others and are not committed to having a conversation about what must be done to reach a solution. “Naked Athena” is one example. “Impression management” runs high to present one’s self in a flattery lifestyle. Social media enhances this behavior. Ask: Am I acting to be good or look good?