Dave Rael and Joe Macaluso use reports that the hacker group, Anonymous, targeted Donald Trump as a starting point to discuss vitriol, discourse, power, and emotion
- - Introduction of our topic - the level of discourse and attacks by Anonymous on Donald Trump
- - Reactions to reports of Anonymous attacking Donald Trump - would such actions be a fight for freedom or an immoral act?
- - Thoughts on the nature of Donald Trump
- - Nuance regarding the Trump rhetoric and statements regarding Islam and Muslims
- - Trump supporters and the ignorance of American voters - Trump's statements and the presence or absence of content (any different from any politician?)
- - Is there a difference between Donald Trump's preying on fear and the underlying draw of other politicians? Is there a difference between the parties?
- - Bernie Sanders - is he different?
- - The thoughts of Scott Adams on Donald Trump as the master persuader and the primacy of emotion in decisions
- - "Vitriol rules" - the absence of civil discourse
- - Are personal attacks justified?
- - Breaking the law, the nature of law, and the morality of attacks
- - Batman, justice and penal systems, and vengeance vs. defense
- - The Electoral College, protection from self, and the utility/futility of trying to contribute to the determination of representatives
- Anonymous Declares Total War on Donald Trump *MARCH 2016*
- Anti-Trump campaign sparks civil war among Anonymous hackers
- Bill Maher on Islam: The More People Know About Islam The More You Would Be Afraid
- Jyllands-Posten Muhammad cartoons controversy
- Ferguson unrest
- 2015 Baltimore protests
- Scott Adams on Donald Trump, The Master Persuader
- Why does the Electoral College exist?
- Mob Mentality
- Jimmy Carter: ‘I would choose Trump’