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WATCH: Tired of endless unrest and zero resolutions? Check out this nugget of civil discourse…

If you are at all like me (and, likely, countless others) who wake up and wonder about the daily noise we hear in our beloved America, then you likely pour yourself a cup of coffee in the morning, buckle in, and sift through the din of divisiveness…unloosing the first of a series of sighs.

Whether it is politicians or social justice schemes or law enforcement fall-guys taking the extreme hit for doing their jobs as trained and according to the Constitution, one constant is folks immediately resorting to tossing TNT at each other instead of critically thinking things through, fact-checking, and shaping a reasoned response without maiming one another.

Well, this morning was met with a pleasant surprise; nothing groundbreakingly novel…just a return to civil dialogue among humans who do not know each other yet have the capability to listen and conduct conversation without leaving the setting looking post-apocalyptic.

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Watch and listen to these three citizens sharing space in a seeming coffee shop while exchanging mindsets, philosophies, opinions, and experiences…much having to do with our present-day political climate:

Do you agree that protesting is acceptable, but rioting is not?

Whether you concur with anything or nothing from one or none of these gents, the common denominator with which we can all agree is they conducted themselves with decorum, diplomacy, and downright constitutional freedom to speak their mind…sans sizzling TNT sticks.

This piece was written by Stephen Owsinski on August 29, 2020. It originally appeared in DrewBerquist.com and is used by permission.

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Stephen Owsinski is a LifeZette contributing editor. Owsinski is a retired law enforcement officer whose career included assignments in the Uniformed Patrol Division and Field Training Officer (FTO) unit. He is also a columnist for the National Police Association.

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