Thomas Sowell had a Random Thought (not that very many of his thoughts actually are):
Hillary Clinton’s idea that we have to see the world from our adversaries’ point of view—and even “empathize” with it—is not new. Back in 1938, British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain said, “I have realized vividly how Herr Hitler feels.” Ronald Reagan, however, made sure our adversaries understood how we felt. Reagan’s approach turned out a lot better than Chamberlain’s.
But Liberals think we’re insufferably arrogant to defend our own points of view. We always should subordinate ourselves to the other guy.
And this one on a different, yet sadly related, matter:
It tells us a lot about academia that the president of Smith College quickly apologized for saying, “All lives matter,” after being criticized by those who are pushing the slogan, “Black lives matter.” If science could cross breed a jellyfish with a parrot, it could create academic administrators.
Sometimes I think our Liberals are our modern-day Xanthippe, and their usefulness is limited to strengthening our own character.