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 on: Today at 06:50:42 pm 
Started by Siren - Last post by Prime Minister Truman


And have been for three weeks.
It's even on the wiki.

 on: Today at 06:50:27 pm 
Started by Mr. Morden - Last post by Kamala
Bernie doesn't reflect the values of the Democratic party. The values of the Democratic party are He is far too terrible for that.
The irony of an FDR quote below you is astoundingly funny.
How so?
FDR was one of the most Progressive President's. FDR and Sanders are basically parallel to each other. Of course this is when politics wasn't completely corrupted by money.

Politics was so uncorrupted back then. Instead of rich people funding those who they wanted to be president, rich people ran for president. FDR was crazy rich.

 on: Today at 06:50:19 pm 
Started by L.D. Smith, Aggie! It's Real Expenses Again - Last post by L.D. Smith, Aggie! It's Real Expenses Again

 on: Today at 06:48:39 pm 
Started by Lechasseur - Last post by L.D. Smith, Aggie! It's Real Expenses Again
Quote from: L.D. Smith, Aggie! It's Real Expenses Again [u
Intent to Learn


Not a common choice I think. Any specific reason why?

The country's on my bucket list to visit, and I'd rather no be that one American who insists everyone speak English.

Do you try to learn the language of every country you visit or is there something special about Iceland?

If I have the time, I'm gonna be in the country a while, and not in some group at all times, absolutely.

But Iceland is on my bucket list.

 on: Today at 06:48:19 pm 
Started by Senator Scott, PPT - Last post by Fremont Senator Henry Wallace
As it appears that the de facto state of war with North Korea will soon be made de jure, I support this resolution. The repressive, totalitarian regime of North Korea, by attacking our great country, is a threat to world peace. We must honor the terms of our agreement with China and help our allies in defeating this murderous, nuclear-armed regime.

 on: Today at 06:47:58 pm 
Started by TDAS04 - Last post by RFayette
No chance, but would've been a great fit 30 years ago

 on: Today at 06:45:14 pm 
Started by Beet - Last post by SteveRogers
If a person's religious belief that gay sex is a sin is bigotry, is that also true for religious beliefs that drinking alcohol is bigotry?

Social liberalism is getting more and more extreme.

Sexual orientation is an immutable characteristic of a person. Choosing to drink alcohol is conduct.

To which you will respond that what is being disapproved of is the conduct of engaging in gay sex.

To which I will point out that plenty of bigots in the 50s argued that they had no problem with black people but opposed interracial sex on religious grounds.

Again, the issue in this case is not limited to discrimination against gay couples. The issue at stake in this case is whether a state legislature may regulate these types of personal services via anti-discrimination legislation, or whether all such measures must give way to first amendment claims of business owners.

Here, Colorado chose to add sexual orientation to the longstanding list of impermissible bases for discrimination that previously included race, sex, religion, age, disability, etc. To my knowledge Colorado has not added "use of alcohol" to that list. If you lived in Colorado, you would certainly have the right to petition your state legislature to change either of those facts. But what the baker in this case is asking for is for that law, passed by a democratically elected legislature, to be struck down by a court.

 on: Today at 06:44:45 pm 
Started by Siren - Last post by People's Speaker North Carolina Yankee


And have been for three weeks.

 on: Today at 06:44:36 pm 
Started by Virginia - Last post by Acting Southern Delegate The Saint
Solar is not the answer.  It doesn't generate much.  Forget about it, total waste of time.

It'll eventually be a necessity.

 on: Today at 06:43:21 pm 
Started by Lincoln Republican - Last post by Prime Minister Truman
Into thin air; and that which seem'd corpeal
Melted as breath into the wind.


In actuality, option 3. There is much we can (and should) accomplish, but as always, nothing happens in this game unless somebody makes it happen.

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