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    Re: It isn't Racist to...

    Again, you'd have to be more specific. Who were these people? What were they specifically responding to when they moved? The scenario you are laying out actually does strike me as a bit racist. ...
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    Re: Boys Can Have Periods Too!

    Mican, your whole response reeks of a bit of insincerity. I was addressing the OP and was pretty clear from my first post that I was interpreting the OP to suggest whether transgenderism in general,...
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    Re: It isn't Racist to...

    First, I feel like I am being baited. However, I don't really care so I'll answer it. Sometimes. I think without looking at a specific instance or case at a specific time, it is impossible to say.
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    Re: Boys Can Have Periods Too!

    When you are studying and expected to learn the course materially whether the information is ON the test or merely may be on the test is irrelevant. Again, you are playing semantics.[/FONT][/COLOR]...
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    Re: Mind Trapped by: The age of Propaganda

    Now that we are done washing each other's balls... :)


    No. They have a business tab. Yes, business news is part of the news, but it is not usually on the home page. Whether it deserves to be...
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    Re: Boys Can Have Periods Too!

    If you really want to play semantics, have fun. I'd have figured you understood the point which is that students would be motivated to learn and support whatever the teacher was teaching in the...
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    Re: Amazon Fires - Manufactured Crisis by the Left

    First, nuclear energy was intended as an example. I am not making an argument over specific energy policy. What I can say is that while 34 reactors have been shut down, only 2 are scheduled to be...
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    Re: Mind Trapped by: The age of Propaganda

    You make some good arguments. However, the CNN business section isn't the front page. It isn't the home page for its website. Most readers would never even find that story. It stands to reason...
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    Re: Mind Trapped by: The age of Propaganda

    Not sure it is exactly the exception. I cannot prove it is the norm per se. Just wondering, did anyone get fired? You say it was widely condemned, but I'm not sure the word widely is correct. It...
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    Re: Amazon Fires - Manufactured Crisis by the Left

    Yes, I understand what they believe is the BEST position. However, we are discussing politics and why wouldn't politicians truly interested in improving the planet (which is their stated goal),...
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    Re: Boys Can Have Periods Too!

    It is the default position that anything a teacher teaches may be tested. It would be your burden to explain how this is incorrect. Obviously, the exact questions on a test are not predictable, but...
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    Re: Amazon Fires - Manufactured Crisis by the Left

    Come on Sig. I feel like you are intentionally being daft here. I never claimed some quid pro quo was on the table. Obviously, if more nuclear power was used, then use of fossil fuels would...
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    Re: Boys Can Have Periods Too!

    It is a big assumption that students are graded on tests which are based on the things the teacher is asking them to learn??? I think this is the default position. If you have evidence to the...
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    Re: Mind Trapped by: The age of Propaganda

    I think the media is an interested party to politics. Conservative interests and liberal interests are both represented to varying degrees by various media outlets. This is an example from the NYT...
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    Re: Boys Can Have Periods Too!

    This is really outside the scope of the OP, but it is, I think, a fun side-conversation so I'll engage. The answer is maybe. Again, I'd use the pronoun that makes the most sense. I cannot think of...
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    Re: Amazon Fires - Manufactured Crisis by the Left

    The claim is that the Earth is dying and we have less than 12 years (or something approximating that number) to make significant change if we want to save it. That stupid girl from Sweden is going...
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    Re: Boys Can Have Periods Too!

    The facts as I understand them are that in a biology class discussing menstruation, the students are being taught that both males and females can menstruate. Seeing as this is a class, I can infer...
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    Re: Mind Trapped by: The age of Propaganda

    Isn't it possible that this is more nuanced than either complete B.S. or absolute gospel? The 'whistleblower' may be both biased and truthful. Trump may be both lying and not guilty of an...
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    Re: Amazon Fires - Manufactured Crisis by the Left

    Do you really not know why nuclear power isn't supported by environmental conservationists? Four words for you: Fukashima, Chyrnoble, Hanford, Three-mile-island. The problems are admittedly very...
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    Re: Boys Can Have Periods Too!

    Not a slippery slope. We both agree that there is no law against being an ahole. More importantly, we both agree that such a law should not exist. Now, we can disagree on whether not calling...
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    Re: Democrats are More Divisive

    So, you are arguing that Democrats are against oppression. They are campaigning on the concept of social justice, among other language. If they didn't believe oppression existed, then why would...
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    Re: Boys Can Have Periods Too!

    As I see it, it is not your job nor your prerogative to demand people treat others with respect. No one owes your trans friends respect. Respect isn't something that should be codified into law nor...
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    Re: Democrats are More Divisive

    We have just spent the last umpteen posts discussing how Democrats are campaigning on the idea of opposing oppression (which you said you agreed with) and now you are saying this is unsupported and...
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    Re: Religious Exemption Laws

    So, the 1st amendmdent only applies if there are work-arounds?
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    Re: Amazon Fires - Manufactured Crisis by the Left

    The problem is that the progressive left is using the theory of Climate Change to push policy and... it is quite something how the supposed solutions for climate change are always exactly what...
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    Re: Religious Exemption Laws

    I am not following your logic.
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    Re: Religious Exemption Laws

    Sounds fine if that's what the company and its employees agree to. When you start your business, this is certainly something you may offer to your employees.
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    Re: Democrats are More Divisive

    My argument is that the Democrats have based their policy on the neo-Marxist argument of oppressed classes. The fact that no one knows where they draw the line adds to the divisiveness. If I tell...
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    Re: Religious Exemption Laws

    Obviously, when you choose to work for a company, you accept their terms of employment and benefits. If the benefits of that company don't suit your needs, then work somewhere else. What else can...
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    Re: Who is my neighbor?

    I never said Free Will was mentioned in the OP. Whatever your take on god and free will isn't the issue. The point is how Christians define free will. Not for me. Not for you. For them. For...
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