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Reply To: Abortion, Right and Wrong, By Rachel Richardson Smith

@Write4U yeah, I agree, the term is nothing to be proud of, but you know how Millenials are always trying to change even our vocabularies. Politically I’m with them the majority of things they want, but socially and alike, I’m still part of my generation.

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Reply To: The Pessimism of Strength

thatoneguy:  “It seems desperate, nonsensical and very German, but since I am generally an optimist and not philosophical, this whole line of thinking is just hard to understand.   Being able to accept that life will have setbacks while not losing the will to live is not a groundbreaking thing — its normal; most people …

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Reply To: Rednecks Were Taken in by a Carpetbagger like Trump

@Bob you have no idea. Unions are good things and we need Social Security. Again, you have no idea what you are talking about and your posts are not worth reading in their entirety, especially since you do not wish to learn or hear any new information. Most of what you say is the old …

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Reply To: Rednecks Were Taken in by a Carpetbagger like Trump

Each of us must do our own due diligence, no one else can do it for us. People say that but I rarely hear how they do it. It doesn’t appear you know how.

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Reply To: Trying to tolerate

Some of us, like Mriana, still see them as apart in our minds and do nothing to encourage eliminating the physical separation. That physical separation, that other place of belonging, must be eliminated before the feeling of not belonging can be overcome. The melting pot would work better with a little pro-active stirring. I never …

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Reply To: Rednecks Were Taken in by a Carpetbagger like Trump

Citizenschallenge-v.3,  Surely you are aware that Russia has only recently embraced capitalism.  I admit I have not been following it that closely, but what I have found it that the potential for business there is at least as great as it is in China.  Our businesses and business people are not going to ignore the …

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Reply To: Rednecks Were Taken in by a Carpetbagger like Trump

Mriana, for many years I have believed and promoted the idea that any union, even a bad one, is better than no union.  A bad one can be fixed, but it is hard to get a new one.  There is no alternative for moderating the behavior of corporate management.  Management’s job is to maximize profits; …

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Reply To: Trying to tolerate

The violence we use today is invested in law enforcement. We have broken every treaty we ever made with Native Americans. You are talking about might makes right. That will come back to bite you or your children.

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Reply To: Trying to tolerate

Mriana:  “…  like the Natives, I don’t understand the concept of owning land …” Get real.  You are the one complaining that “their land” was taken from them.  How did it get to be theirs? Claiming territory dates back beyond humans.  Such claims have always been enforced by violence.  The violence we use today is …

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Reply To: Trying to tolerate

That physical separation, that other place of belonging, must be eliminated That’s a strange definition of freedom.

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