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Getting tired of ‘adults’ supporting these idiot kids protesting guns. So what if they are ‘passionate?’ What’s that got to do with policy?
If the grasp of history by these idiot kids is so faulty that they push policy onto a society that ought to know better, and if some ‘adults’ believe in supporting them out of some absurd need to applaud idiocy just because they are passionate kids (by definition not intellectually complete), regardless of the harm to society in which these policies ALWAYS result, then any intelligent & educated adult would oppose them.
Just because they are young […]
If you read one article on modern feminism this is the one. It’s a short interview with the sister of Kate Millett, one of the founders of modern feminism.
The below is from a FB conversation I’m putting here, too. As some commenters have – correctly – pointed out, laws and mores need to be changed to save Western Civ, to make having more babies economically feasible. But the recognition of the issue must preceded this.
FB Convo from a woman who just doesn’t get it:
Actually… We should be supporting Contraception for all because of the nearly 50% unplanned birth rate in the US.
I’d MUCH rather have immigrants (legal) that come here to work hard and give their future PLANNED children a better life than watch as […]
When you’ve spent an hour in the special exhibit room and not even begun to tour the rest of the museum, you know you’ve found an amazing place.
In the middle of nowhere, surrounded by scrub desert on the far outskirts of Phoenix sits a large modern building housing an incredible collection of musical instruments. Arranged in sweeping rooms by continent and region, 10,000 instruments are exhibited in unprepossessing but thoughtful arrangements, complete with large flat-screen TVs strategically placed (not interfering with the exhibits) looping content about the close-by instruments: people making them, playing them, experts discussing the historic period […]
With the 100% probability that OBOR will raise living standards across Eurasia, 10 suggestions:
- Build an “OBOR-Americas.“ Look at OBOR as a model for similar infrastructure from Alaska & Canada to Tierra del Fuego, enriching everyone along the way: road and rail links, seaports. Add airports where it makes sense. Add an electrical grid and Venezuela can start selling their oil again to benefit the region by burning it into electricity, increasing manufactures. Then they’ll all need cars to get to work so will buy gas. Will Venezuela play? They can get on-board or OBOR-A will avoid