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  1. Yes, the American workers would expect certain...

    Yes, the American workers would expect certain conditions to be met if manufacturing is brought back.

    The other side to that coin is that the American consumer will not pay for any of the above. ...
  2. Thread: Ilhan Omar

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    don’t cave in so easily. Wes was not wrong.

    don’t cave in so easily. Wes was not wrong.
  3. Thread: Ilhan Omar

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    The labor laws (“improvements”) that came out of...

    The labor laws (“improvements”) that came out of the growing influence of the labor movement were implemented in the early to mid 1900’s.

    1916 Adamson Act (established the 8-hour workday)...
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    I’m telling you: one boycott I can get behind is...

    I’m telling you: one boycott I can get behind is #boycottSpecialFNK.
  5. Which are some of the reasons they are to be...

    Which are some of the reasons they are to be feared (virtually no accountability when they transgress). Add to it, what will they do, given their massive resources, to protect their power? Most...
  6. Case in point. ...

    Case in point.

    https://gifimage.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/broken-record-gif-5.gif
  7. Thank you once again for today’s installments of...

    Thank you once again for today’s installments of your characteristically uninsightful lessons on what we all “should” do or think about the media.



    No, it won’t.
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    Yeah, me too. Now I can get back to keeping...

    Yeah, me too.

    Now I can get back to keeping tally on the increasing Covid-19 deaths in the US.
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    Little wonder why some desperate folks (on...

    Little wonder why some desperate folks (on various points of the spectrum) see taking the law into their own hands as a viable option.
  10. Hard to have proper oversight when the president...

    Hard to have proper oversight when the president fires the principal inspectors (Glenn Fine, Mitch Behm) and leaves the vast majority of the decisions to the same groups (institutional financiers)...
  11. Irrelevant.

    Irrelevant.
  12. No one is pretending that this is new. For...

    No one is pretending that this is new. For example, I believe the Obama Administration fubarred the ‘08 bailout, maybe in a different fashion but with similar results.

    As for the political and...
  13. Thread: "radical left"

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    I do not know. I was identifying their...

    I do not know. I was identifying their motivation, not assessing their success.
  14. Not at all surprised that one of the companies is...

    Not at all surprised that one of the companies is held by a private equity firm (read: legalized looters).
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    Though you may not have meant it as I am taking...

    Though you may not have meant it as I am taking it, this is reasonably accurate.

    Trump is perceived by many as sympathetic to white nationalism. Now, we can argue up one side of the wall and down...
  16. *puts his tinfoil hat on* It is by design. ...

    *puts his tinfoil hat on*

    It is by design. It makes perfect sense to mollify the liberals by conceding ground on identity-issue decisions while continuing to buttress an economic system that...
  17. Thread: Ilhan Omar

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    Why? Come on Wes, we know exactly why.

    Why? Come on Wes, we know exactly why.
  18. Take this beef to the media bias thread.

    Take this beef to the media bias thread.
  19. Thread: Ilhan Omar

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    Yes it is. Good for her.

    Yes it is. Good for her.
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    There is some merit to this observation. A good...

    There is some merit to this observation. A good number of the rebellion’s leaders were (relatively) wealthy, though the foot soldiers — as in most wars and rebellions — were not.

    Ponder this...
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    Hey, don’t knock it. In 1952 the federal income...

    Hey, don’t knock it. In 1952 the federal income tax rates were quite progressive (if not a lot else was).
  22. Not my experience either, so I cannot comment...

    Not my experience either, so I cannot comment directly on the question.

    However, I do think that it is important here to note that most scientists concur that race is “a social construct without...
  23. Thread: Ilhan Omar

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    Ah yes. One of the beneficial byproducts of the...

    Ah yes. One of the beneficial byproducts of the protests as I recall.
  24. It’s called politics. Me, I am much more...

    It’s called politics.

    Me, I am much more concerned with the sharply rising number of deaths attributed to covid-19. More than 800 have died in each of the last three days — a three-day total...
  25. Coronavirus deaths are ticking up in the new...

    Coronavirus deaths are ticking up in the new hotspots of Florida, Texas and Arizona, even as they continue to trend down nationally. As infections soar, deaths will inevitably follow. And infections...
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