In the world of sports it’s called a flop.
Today’s read is from Nathanael Blake, a senior contributor to The Federalist and a postdoctoral fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center. Here’s a brief excerpt:
Whatever the issue, from immigration to education to law enforcement, there is a parade of people taking a dive and crying foul, insisting the other side isn’t just wrong, but bigoted. What argument there is tends to be directed toward proving not that the other side is mistaken, but that they are bad people.
Read the entire column here.