Activist groups prefer sound bites over sense when plugging ‘solutions’

Activist groups prefer sound bites over sense when plugging ‘solutions’

There’s an old joke about a drunk who’s frantically looking for his car keys under a streetlight. A passerby notices the scene and asks him where he thinks he dropped them. The drunk points to a nearby parking lot.

Stunned, the stranger asks him why he isn’t looking over there. The drunk replies, “Because the light is much better over here.”

Such misdirected energy has become endemic among many activist campaigns. They keep plugging “solutions” that don’t actually address their pe

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