Simon Sinek on Millennials in the Workplace. Donald Trump’s victory shows why we need philosophy students more than ever. Donald Trump has been elected US president, and newspapers, Twitter and Facebook are blooming with suggestions about which voters are most to blame for this unexpected victory.
There are accusations directed towards uneducated white people, white women, Bernie Sanders and his supporters, liberals and even Hispanic voters – to give some examples. But scapegoating seems to be precisely the kind of reasoning that won Trump the election – and, not long ago, won the Brexit referendum for the Leave campaign. As much as promoting a divisive and angry community paved the way for Trump’s success, looking for people to blame for the elections is likely to provide a breeding ground for strengthening “Trumpism” still further.
Facebook slammed for censoring burn victim's birthday photo. Sky Views: Democracy burns as Facebook lets fake news thrive. Tom Cheshire, Technology Correspondent Remember when Pope Francis endorsed Donald Trump for president?
When Donald Trump said that female US soldiers should expect to be raped? That Hillary Clinton was so unhealthy she might be replaced by a body double for the debates?