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  1. In this day and age, it seems we need to put the definitions of the word up first as so many people assign their own meanings to common words. Critical-"2. expressing or involving an analysis of the merits and faults of a work of literature, music, or art." Definitions from Oxford Languages Race-A race is a grouping of humans based on shared physical or social qualities into categories generally viewed as distinct by society. The term was first used to refer to speakers of a common language and then to denote national affiliations. By the 17th century the term began to refer to phy
  2. "The Seventh-day Adventists and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are thriving religious movements indigenous to America. Do not be surprised if QAnon becomes another. It already has more adherents by far than either of those two denominations had in the first decades of their existence. People are expressing their faith through devoted study of Q drops as installments of a foundational text, through the development of Q-worshipping groups, and through sweeping expressions of gratitude for what Q has brought to their lives. Does it matter that we do not know who Q is? The divine
  3. This seems an odd comment from a Founding Father in reference to the Insurrection Theory when it was put into practice if the original intent was to support insurrection. "Still more manifest is it that to permit a small portion of the community successfully to resist the execution of a law by an armed force is to sacrifice the authority of the laws and to prostrate Government? Who can say when & in what corner resistance to other laws will arise? "The sacredness of the laws is inculcated by considerations of peculiar obligation upon all true friends to free government. " Al
  4. And they wrote it in addition to Article 1 Section 7 that give Congress the power to regulate the militias.
  5. Some high points from The Atlantic "The Republican Party has become, in form if not in content, the Communist Party of the Soviet Union of the late 1970s." "Republicans have entered their own kind of end-stage Bolshevism, as members of a party that is now exhausted by its failures, cynical about its own ideology, authoritarian by reflex, controlled as a personality cult by a failing old man, and looking for new adventures to rejuvenate its fortunes." "This was a time referred to by the last Soviet leader, Mikhail Gorbachev, as the vremia zastoia—“the era of stagnation.” By that po
  6. Notice how no one talks about Article I Section 7 "To provide for organizing, arming and disciplining the Militia..."?
  7. Only one that I've documented. At least two Trump supporters have stated that THEY did it, not Antifa.
  8. Right up with these guys, but Texas is Texas. Texas police officer who led black man by rope said 'This is gonna look so bad' https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2019/oct/03/texas-galveston-police-black-man-led-by-rope-donald-neely
  9. There are already those that are denying that BLM or Antifa were there because it would steal the glory.
  10. That was pretty much 538's analysis, which made sense, although Comey's motivations are really known only to him. I don't know anything DOJ's guidance on disclosing those types of investigations.
  11. Not an error, using the vocabulary of the person making the statement. Although, I'm not sure it's purely 'white grievance" but more concern with their own issues which include it. That mad mix of social status, economic security and religious fervor with the dim recognition that change is coming that is not considerate of their concerns.
  12. No, I don't quote you for the same reason I don't quote Dog; I find the majority of your blather meaningless and refuse to promote it. As to the point, the Populist party was actually bringing the Negro Farmers Alliance into their coalition, which cost them Southern votes. The Progressive party was committed to the idea of bringing science to the process of governing and using the power of government to counter the influence of big business. Social justice was a much smaller part. Don't presume to know my thinking or motivations, if you had those kinds of talents you wouldn't be
  13. Agreed, although I think he was caught between a rock and a hard place; there's some evidence that agents connected to Guliani where going to leak the information. Remember Guliani hinting about a bombshell just before Comey's release? He was pinned between coverup and partisan. Who would have guessed that the release would have been a deciding factor in the election?
  14. Agreed, what I'm seeing here in Red state world is that old Reagan and HW Republicans have moved into the Democratic party and are promoting the same old conservative rhetoric. One of our local party faithful has been promoting "We have to stop worrying about minority issues and focus on majority issues", ignoring the obvious that Republicans own majority issues. All this "Move to the Middle" noise is premised upon the unsubstantiated idea that there is a large "Moderate Middle" when the evidence is that there is not.
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