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Grace Canceled: How Outrage is Destroying Lives, Ending Debate, and Endangering Democracy

a book by Dana Loesch

(our site's book review)

A Society Addicted to Outrage Is In Trouble—It's a Seductive Yet Toxic Drug That Kills Reason, Nuance, and Kindness

The Amazon blurb says that A society addicted to outrage is in trouble. It's a seductive yet toxic drug that kills reason, nuance, and kindness.

Dana Loesch has been the target of as much outrage as anyone. And as she forthrightly acknowledges here, she has dished it out as well. As passionately attached to faith and freedom as ever, she warns that our addiction to outrage has debased our politics and reduced us to a vicious tribalism.

Our addiction to outrage has debased our politics and reduced us to a vicious tribalism
Our addiction to outrage has debased our politics and reduced us to a vicious tribalism

The antidote to outrage is grace—a generous and forgiving spirit that tolerates those with whom one disagrees and offers redemption to the offender. But grace is hard even under the best conditions, and leftist rage mobs have stoked the fires of anger so assiduously—with help from some of their foes on the right—that grace is almost impossible.

Fortunately, as Dana reminds us, grace comes from God, who specializes in the impossible.

Loesch reminds us that grace comes from God, and perhaps that heavenly grace is why we got Trump as our leader—to help us avoid the likes of Crooked Hillary
Loesch reminds us that grace comes from God, and perhaps that heavenly grace is why we got Trump as our leader—to help us avoid the likes of Crooked Hillary

In Grace Canceled: How Outrage is Destroying Lives, Ending Debate, and Endangering Democracy, Dana Loesch explains:


Make no mistake: our freedom, our faith, our very way of life are under attack. The stakes are incredibly high, and Dana doesn't pretend they aren't. But the social justice warriors are already slaves of outrage, and if the rest of us become slaves as well, then no one wins.

But the social justice warriors are already slaves of outrage, and if the rest of us become slaves as well, then no one wins
But the social justice warriors are already slaves of outrage, and if the rest of us become slaves as well, then no one wins

Dana Loesch Is the Top Nationally Syndicated Female Talk Radio Host in the Country

Dana Loesch, a relentless and fearless defender of the ideals and freedoms that made America great, is the top nationally syndicated female talk radio host in the country. Her program, The Dana Show, is aired coast to coast. A Christian, wife, mother, and dog-lover, she lives in Dallas with her husband, children, and dogs. Her previous books are Hands Off My Gun and Flyover Nation.

Loesch says that "Nuanced, insightful debate is dead, sound bites and outrage rule the news cycle, people are so poisonously partisan that finding common ground is viewed as capitulation and compromise is assumed to include a forfeiture of principle. Politics used to be a nuisance, but extreme polarization has made it wretched. My social media timelines and comments are filled by (often verified) partisans who think that typing their invectives in all caps amounts to informed debate. A simple disagreement is an attack on their character. Refusing to affirm their opinion as fact is an affront to decency, a reason for them to boycott, burn, attack, and smear you."

Our young are stepping into our cancel culture society, our de-platforming society, a society where no one talks because everyone is hoarse from screaming, where you're all in or all out, a society of adults eager to tear them apart over any transgression
Our young are stepping into our cancel culture society, our de-platforming society, a society where no one talks because everyone is hoarse from screaming, where you're all in or all out, a society of adults eager to tear them apart over any transgression

Our Young Are Stepping into a Toxic Cancel Culture Society, and They Have No Idea How to Handle It, Since Their Anti-American Schools Lie to Them About History, Indoctrinating When They Should Be Teaching

Loesch says that "They [our young] are stepping into our cancel culture society, our de-platforming society, a society where no one talks because everyone is hoarse from screaming, where you're all in or all out, a society of adults eager to tear them apart over any transgression from their adolescence—not out of real concern for the transgression, but because it's fun to tear people apart. This is the lesson for our youth: They will never be redeemed, never be greater than their lowest moment, never forgiven for anything, ever. It's not enough to win someone over. He must be destroyed professionally, financially, emotionally, everyone he knows turned against him for the sin of ever holding a different opinion. We don't allow grace or forgiveness now for each other, so how are we to ever teach the next generation that it ever existed?"

Loesch says that "Every time Middle Americans disagreed with President Obama, they were called 'racists.' Even though half the country voted enthusiastically for our first black president, somehow we were so racist he couldn't implement his agenda, and when he was successful implementing his agenda—the billion-dollar-boondoggle of a healthcare website, for instance—and failures resulted, the failures were pinned on Bush—Obama had inherited the problems. Keep in mind that a good portion of these Middle Americans are union folks. They backed Clinton in the 1990s and early 2000s. They left only when Bill's overbearing and unlikable wife determined it was her turn to run for public office."

Hillary stupidly called Trump supporters a 'basket of deplorables,' as if she were talking to her progressive girlfriends; the latter ignored her elitism, but the red state citizens heard every word, realizing they'd have to be nuts to vote for a phony elitist who looked down on them
Hillary stupidly called Trump supporters a 'basket of deplorables,' as if she were talking to her progressive girlfriends; the latter ignored her elitism, but the red state citizens heard every word, realizing they'd have to be nuts to vote for a phony elitist who looked down on them

Thinking for Yourself, Disagreeing with Toxic Cancel Culture Thugs, Having a Non-PC Opinion—These Are All Offences Worthy of Your Cancellation

"Earlier today I discussed the cancel culture phenomena and how it won’t be the loudest people, radio hosts like me, cable news pundits, columnists, who end this fascistic thinkpol fight, it will be the comparatively quiet, and for some unlikeliest, of allies: the moderate leftists, the centrists, the J.K. Rowling types, the Bari Weisses, Gervaises, the people who can lean left on perhaps many issues save for some, like speech. It isn’t their ideological opposites who pose the biggest threat to progressives’s influence. The biggest threats come from within their own perceived political circle (The call is coming from inside the house!!). When progressives take things too far, it’s the centrists, the moderates, the liberals who provide the balance, at least, when progressives used to listen to them. Anymore when someone on the left questions the Borg hive’s direction, they are excommunicated from the ideological drum circle in a rabid fashion. The people who ask questions must be toxified as both punishment and warning to potential rabble-rousers who may do the same. Too many of these episodes erodes their influence and weight behind threats." (Source: It Won’t be the Loudest People in the Room Who End “The Great Canceling”, Dana Loesch)

Nazism, racism, communism: these are all evils that cannot be redeemed. Nor can today’s far left in America—an implacable, narcissistic extremism that seeks to destroy and corrupt rather than connect and redeem. It is a cancer that eats at America
Nazism, racism, communism: these are all evils that cannot be redeemed. Nor can today’s far left in America—an implacable, narcissistic extremism that seeks to destroy and corrupt rather than connect and redeem. It is a cancer that eats at America

"In the fall of 2018 I became a target of the left during the Brett Kavanaugh confirmation fiasco. That experience reinforced something that I had already known for a long time. There are certain kinds of political extremism that are beyond grace, that reside in the realm of the demonic. The priests in The Exorcist did not go into the bedroom of the possessed girl to have coffee. Nazism, racism, communism: these are all evils that cannot be redeemed. Nor can today’s far left in America. I don’t mean John F. Kennedy liberalism, which resisted totalitarianism even as it allowed for prudential social change. I’m talking about the implacable, narcissistic extremism that seeks to destroy and corrupt rather than connect and redeem. It is a cancer that eats at America, and we cannot reason with it, nor extend it a hand. As Alfred so wisely told Bruce Wayne in The Dark Knight, 'some men just want to watch the world burn.'" (Source: The Grace of Dana Loesch, Mark Judge)

Minneapolis unrest May 28, 2020
Arson from Antifa and/or Black Lives Matter thugs in Minneapolis 2020 riots—As Alfred so wisely told Bruce Wayne in The Dark Knight, 'some men just want to watch the world burn.'

This is a good book that competently discusses the Antifa and Black Lives Matter wokerati thugs, fascistic leftist extortionists, and merciless, self-righteous cancel mobs raging through Democrat-controlled cities burning, looting, attacking cops and innocent bystanders while protesting George Floyd's murder at the hands of brutal cops. Let's see—brutality to protest brutality. Same old leftist hypocrisy. (He was a drug addict and repeat offender who had a long rap sheet including aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon. But nothing about this should have gotten him killed, even though he'd been passing counterfeit money minutes before.)

Refusing to affirm others' opinions as fact is an affront to decency, a reason for them to boycott, burn, attack, and smear you. The left has gone insane with their ugliness and they're trying to get others to join this ugly insanity. The toxic cancel culture is an ugly reminder of the hateful intolerance that preceded the evolution of Hitler's Nazi Germany
Refusing to affirm others' opinions as fact is an affront to decency, a reason for them to boycott, burn, attack, and smear you. The left has gone insane with their ugliness and they're trying to get others to join this ugly insanity. The toxic cancel culture is an ugly reminder of the hateful intolerance that preceded the evolution of Hitler's Nazi Germany


Nuanced, insightful debate is dead, sound bites and outrage rule the news cycle. The first Presidential Debate of 2020 was a mishandled travesty, showing only that the debate runners were braindead
Nuanced, insightful debate is dead, sound bites and outrage rule the news cycle. The first Presidential Debate of 2020 was a mishandled travesty, showing only that the debate runners were braindead

Dana Loesch says that we don't allow grace or forgiveness now for each other, so how are we to ever teach the next generation that it ever existed? Nuanced, insightful debate is dead, sound bites and outrage rule the news cycle, people are so poisonously partisan that finding common ground is viewed as capitulation and compromise is assumed to include a forfeiture of principle. Politics used to be a nuisance, but extreme polarization has made it wretched. Refusing to affirm others' opinions as fact is an affront to decency, a reason for them to boycott, burn, attack, and smear you. The left has gone insane with their ugliness and they're trying to get others to join this ugly insanity. The toxic cancel culture is an ugly reminder of the hateful intolerance that preceded the evolution of Hitler's nazi Germany.

Refusing to affirm others' opinions as fact is an affront to decency, a reason for them to boycott, burn, attack, and smear you. The left has gone insane with their ugliness and they're trying to get others to join this ugly insanity
Refusing to affirm others' opinions as fact is an affront to decency, a reason for them to boycott, burn, attack, and smear you. The left has gone insane with their ugliness and they're trying to get others to join this ugly insanity