Chris Honoré

Chris Honoré

Chris Honoré: I watched in disbelief

Chris Honoré: “How to possibly comprehend that after four years of observing the Trump administration, which I considered a train wreck, 74 million Americans still voted for him?”

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Chris Honoré: Losing a common reality

Chris Honoré: “Followers of Q believe that they, with the support of a second-term Trump presidency, will conduct mass arrests and execute thousands of cabal members (politicians, Hollywood actors, high-ranking government officials who are named) on a day called ‘the Storm.’”

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Chris Honoré: The Black Swan rationale

Chris Honoré: “Thinking of extreme climate events (e.g. the recent, devastating Kentucky flood) as ‘Black Swans’ offers us a rationalization wherein we can avoid recognizing what has become a pattern.”

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Chris Honoré: A reckoning long overdue

Chris Honoré: “Is the indictment of the former President in the national interest? This is not a decision made on the basis of law, but one that is perhaps the most difficult to sort out, and also takes us back to our fundamental belief in the primacy of the law before men.”

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Chris Honoré: A mental health crisis

Chris Honoré: “Concerned parents of adolescents should not hesitate to reach out in a clear and direct manner while being compassionate, gentle, curious, and persistent while trying and avoid blame. Adolescents are often desperate to be heard. Listen.”

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Chris Honoré: ‘Night and Fog’ and Ukraine

Chris Honoré: “I find myself searching for elusive words to describe the Russian depravity, the carnage, the charred destruction of buildings and houses, and the unprovoked executions of the innocent, all left in the wake of the Russian forces as they retreated.”

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Chris Honoré: A fight for democracy

What Russia is perpetrating in Ukraine defies understanding, and all but requires a suspension of disbelief: the unprovoked military invasion of a sovereign country. Who among us has not been deeply moved by the remarkable courage, the grim tenacity and the extraordinary resistance of the Ukrainian people in the name of democracy and freedom?

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