Daya performs "Back to Me."
Kenny: It seems to me that partisan gerrymandering is primarily responsible for the divisiveness in our national conversations these days. Partisan gerrymandering incentivizes politicians to go farther and farther away from the middle to cater more towards the extremes. As they do this, their rhetoric gets more and more divisive and extreme, and so goes the narrative in the public. If districts were drawn so that people of different political ideologies were more evenly represented in each district, then politicians would have more incentive to find common ground and work for the benefit of the majority rather than the extremes, and the politically charged atmosphere currently dividing people would calm way down. The SCOTUS decision on this could be a huge opportunity to gradually calm people down and serve to make the rhetoric of politicians more centrist and rational. Just my 2 cents. Just my two cents.