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The United States is the Only Country That Has Always Had a Peaceful Transfer of Power For Our Entire History.

That Said, There Will Always be a Cloud Over This Administration. 1,720 more words

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The terrible thing has happened.

This is what Roger Langeron, prefect of the Paris police wrote in his journal on the day when city was handed over to the Nazis in June of 1940, part of surrender/compromise by the French government. 1,595 more words

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Perhaps our democracy and politics would improve if we consciously modelled them more after evolution.  Evolutionary development is simultaneously conservative, liberal, and progressive.  Conservative in the sense that successful forms of development are conserved in lower levels of organization which support higher levels of current development.   226 more words


The 2016 Quo Vadis? Satan's Stool Sample Award Goes to . . .

It’s here.

You waited all year, the excitement building, the anticipation nearing fever pitch, the speculation non-stop.  Who is the winner of this year’s The Quo Vadis? 1,545 more words

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Saturday morning quotes 6.33: 2016 Retrospective

Coinciding with the close of another calendar year, our Saturday post offers the opportunity to indulge in a bit of retrospection.

“…And by that destiny to perform an act…

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Washington, Jefferson, Roosevelt, Lincoln, Carlos Danger and Senator Scumbag

A quarter-century from now, on the first Monday in March, school children will have the day off.  Mail will not be delivered.  Banks will be closed. 796 more words

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Isn’t the fundamental, supporting assumption of human rights that all people deserve basic respect, safety, and freedoms as human beings?  Human rights are not essentially racial identity rights or sexual identity rights or religious identity rights or gender identity rights, though they may include freedoms in all of these areas.   399 more words