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    Sticky: I have lived long enough in this country to have...

    I have lived long enough in this country to have shed any and all trappings of false optimism. The system does not work — it is hopelessly outdated and overwhelmed — and sadly, the very system...
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    Sticky: Seeing it may be tragic; living it is...

    Seeing it may be tragic; living it is sufficiently tragic as to be [almost] comic.
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    Interesting read on the potential health crisis...

    Interesting read on the potential health crisis resulting from climate change as the US prepares for the COP26 meeting in Glasgow.

    Here’s one excerpt: “The extreme heat, combined with the...
  4. Welcome to the world of Big Pharma (complete with...

    Welcome to the world of Big Pharma (complete with its army of lobbyists).
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    Sticky: Agreed. The Vietnam War was the beginning of the...

    Agreed. The Vietnam War was the beginning of the massive distrust of government — and with good reason: we were lied to day in and day out — which in turn helped open our eyes to the multitude of...
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    Apropos of this, a recent poll (by the group...

    Apropos of this, a recent poll (by the group Civic Science) discovered that 56% of Americans say that “arabic numerals” should not be taught in our public schools .
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  7. Another perspective: the person making $142,800...

    Another perspective: the person making $142,800 is paying the exact same FICA as the person making $1,428,000 (and the person making $14,280,000 for that matter).
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    Sticky: The U.S. does not have a strict labor shortage so...

    The U.S. does not have a strict labor shortage so much as it has a shortage of workers willing to accept the working conditions that today’s economy often demands.
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    I’d agree with this. No doubt he comes up with...

    I’d agree with this. No doubt he comes up with some awful stuff, but he certainly tries to put some substance into his posts from time to time
  10. I believe that is incorrect (though the point...

    I believe that is incorrect (though the point remains: that we should raise the ceiling for the FICA taxes).

    In 2021, $67,463 was the median household income in the United States. The average...
  11. Well, if it isn’t another pointless opinion that...

    Well, if it isn’t another pointless opinion that has absolutely no substance.
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    As the climate change section of the current bill...

    As the climate change section of the current bill is eviscerated, keep in mind that annual fossil fuel subsidies in the US continue to benefit those traditional producers of fossil fuels; the...
  13. Now mostly illegal, infanticide (the intentional...

    Now mostly illegal, infanticide (the intentional killing of infants or offspring) was a widespread practice throughout human history that used to dispose of unwanted children, usually in order to...
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    I have no problem faulting the Republicans (along...

    I have no problem faulting the Republicans (along with any Democrats) who do not support a strengthened climate change policy. It’s their planet too, and if they don’t care about it, then they take...
  15. Some odd numbers here. For example, based on...

    Some odd numbers here.

    For example, based on any group of 100 unvaccinated persons, 34 allegedly report that the fear of side effects made them hesitant about getting the vaccine, but apparently...
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    I mean who really cares, as long as the...

    I mean who really cares, as long as the stockholders get their dividends?
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    Yup. Interesting article on the connection...

    Yup. Interesting article on the connection between the spread of the aedes mosquito and climate change in the Yale Digest (which of course will be dismissed by the science deniers).
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  19. Actually, according to a 2014 National Science...

    Actually, according to a 2014 National Science Foundation study, 74% of Americans believe that the earth revolves around the sun. The other 26% believe that the opposite is true.

    Since 2016, I...
  20. Brett. In the society that you advocate, should...

    Brett. In the society that you advocate, should a doctor (or anyone for that matter) who performs an abortion be charged with murder?
  21. Thread: God and Guns

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    I think we can understand that the believer and...

    I think we can understand that the believer and the unbeliever alike are sincere about their beliefs, and in my unbeliever’s critique of Christianity, I do not intend to invalidate that sincerity. ...
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    Sticky: Well, this is the same poster whose thinks the...

    Well, this is the same poster whose thinks the pandemic basically ended in the US in April 2020.
  23. And for that matter, in all likelihood there is...

    And for that matter, in all likelihood there is no God.
  24. Yes, I understand that was your point, which...

    Yes, I understand that was your point, which subsequently begs a number of questions:

    Do you or do you not support the government of the United States of America?

    Should those persons in the...
  25. This is just one more example which demonstrates...

    This is just one more example which demonstrates that you have absolutely no understanding of the crisis that the United States has experienced and is experiencing with this pandemic.
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