If only these right-wing “Did you see him repressing me?” guys actually did suffer all the terrible injustices that they keep complaining about. Perhaps that would make them realise there’s actual hardship in the world, not just made-up nonsense like theirs.
An injunction suspending enforcement of Michigan’s 1931 ban on abortions only applies to the state, an attorney for prosecutors contends, revealing the tenuousness of the law after the Supreme Court decision.
Raise children to be respectful, but not obedient.
Curtail the power of money.
Reconfigure or abolish the Senate.
Hold people accountable for their lies.
Stop rage-inducing TV and talk radio.
Create a social safety net so people can stop begrudging others.
Improve education from Kindergarten to College; i.e. first identify its weaknesses.
End the tax-free status of megachurches and televangelists.
Give people more housing choices. SFHs and apartment towers are not the only possibilities and both increasingly unaffordable.
Stop judging/demonising people for what they are and save it for what they do.
Start actually respecting life. A gun-toting forced pregnancy activist who doesn’t spend a single day without eating factory-farmed beef is not pro-life.
And so on and so forth, the pattern is clearly “cut the bullshit and make people’s lives better”. Both are huge undertakings when you have a lopsided two-party system that favours a party that thrives on bullshit and redistribution of money to the top.
Like, the immediate insanity or the long-term one?
calvinhobbes has a pretty good rundown of what to do long-term so that the conditions to give rise to this nationalist populism aren't present anymore and it finds it harder to take root.
The more immediate insanity? Really just comes down to destroying the structures that support it: voting out the traitors in Congress, coming down hard on the leaders of the insurrection, placing a withering public eye on the good ol' boy judges that flaunt the concept of blind justice, etc.