Written by Bryan Michael
Prejudice - Unreasonable feelings, opinions, or attitudes, especially of hostile nature, regarding an ethnic, racial, social or religious group
Human beings were created with free will but with a ton of emotions. Humans experience joy, pleasure, satisfaction, love, compassion, empathy. On the other side, humans also experience fear, anger, insecurity, hate, greed, self-importance, shallowness. With all of these emotions existing, the result of this can be experiences of good but it can also create experiences of hate that eventually turn to prejudice. Since we have these conflicting emotions, do we believe that we have what it takes to make the sacrifice to rid ourselves of prejudice?
Source: Alan Cole, Scott Greeberg Tax Foundation.Org
Source: Jim Tankersley Washington Post
The Republican establishment began losing its party to Donald Trump on May 24, 2000, at 5:41 p.m., on the floor of the House of Representatives.
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