What Causes People to be Angrier than Ever, and What Happens as a Result? Also, All Eyez on the Arrest for Tupac’s Murder

James Keys and Tunde Ogunlana consider how anger affects one’s ability to think, the types of actors in a society that have an interest in using anger to manipulate others for their own benefit, and whether people could be angrier now than in years past (1:19).  The guys also react to the recent arrest of a suspect for the 1996 murder of rapper Tupac Shakur and take a look at the circumstances of the arrest, especially considering how long ago the murder was (44:58).

Anger overwhelms our thinking brain. Here’s how to bring it back online. (WaPo) (Apple News Link)

The age of rage: are we really living in angrier times? (The Guardian)

Anger (Wikipedia)

The Media Needs to Keep You Angry. Don’t Feed Into It (Foundation for Economic Education)

Angry Americans: How political rage helps campaigns but hurts democracy (The Conversation)

Why Social Media Makes Us Angrier—and More Extreme (Psychology Today)

The man charged in Tupac Shakur’s 1996 shooting death has long put himself at the crime scene. Here’s what we know about him (CNN)

Why it took 27 years for an arrest in Tupac Shakur’s Las Vegas killing (LA Times)