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Sep 24, 2018 - 10:11am
Go back to your cushy federal judgeship and this w…

Why didn't it come out earlier? Probably because it's NOT some big made up conspiracy. Real life is random. Messy, even. And sometimes, most of the time, in fact, things DON'T all work out like a Hollywood movie script, everything handed to you on a silver platter, wrapped in a bow.   Victims don't WANT to come forward. Especially if they don't think it will do any "good." Cosby's accusers trickled in over DECADES. Ford has had her life threatened. And this drip-drip-drip as they call it? Far less dramatic that having 10 people come forward all at once. But that's not how life works. There are billions of men who've never committed sexuals assault. There are VERY FEW who've only does it ONCE. One victim has led to another. I'd be shocked if there aren't more out there.   Perhaps he didn't think they would come forward? Because i…

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ON DEBATE ITSELF

  I believe that the alternative to violence is Debate, which is the presentation and comparison of opposing viewpoints. The presentation of one's viewpoint is an argument. A debate is made of two (perhaps more) arguments.   I believe that written Debate is the highest form of Debate since…

Sep 23, 2018 - 11:10am
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World Government - We Need It Now!!

There are so many issues that cannot be adequately dealt with by nations. These issues cross national boundaries and this is exploited by unscrupulous people. The issues that I believe a World Government could deal with would include:   Pollution Global warming Environmental destruction Species…

Sep 23, 2018 - 9:19am
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MULTILINGUAL POEM IN TIMES OF GLOBALIZATION...

  Ich kam zu WB kurz vor vier schaute kurz rein und dachte mir ist Englisch but I might just try ich bin noch hier und don't know why.   Viel politics, noch mehr Geschrei naja, was solls, ist einerlei man wird bald ein Gewohnheitstier und starts to know the regulars here.   Ma femme …

Sep 24, 2018 - 10:43pm
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DIGITAL TAVERN: WHEN THE MUSIC'S (NOT) OVER

  Rote Fabrik Zurich   I can't remember what my first concert was - I was never much of a concert goer. I didn't want to spend money on songs I already owned on LP or Cassette and hear the stuff 1:1. I think the most well-known band I ever saw in my life was Blue Öyster Cult in 1977,…

Sep 22, 2018 - 7:02am
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Thinking freely

I would suggest that to be a true free-thinker you have to be both atheist and anarchist, otherwise your thoughts are directed by others who claim to have the right to tell you what, and how, to think.Most of the world’s problems come from religion and politics and their use to stifle or…

Sep 23, 2018 - 1:41pm
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  • - Sep 25, 2018 - 1:14am
  • - by Ken
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THE LAST ONE

THE REAL INTENT SUNG TO QUE SERA SERA BY DORIS DAY     When there were just thirteen of us We asked our founders what will we be. They answered plainly. Lies won’t discuss Here’s what they hid from us.     Push the natives out at once They don’t belong here. It&…

Sep 23, 2018 - 10:04pm
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What You Don't Know

I watch and listen with bemusement over this stupid debate that Trump is so "immoral" compare to other politicians.  Well you need to take off your silly Vagina hats and stop going to your stupid "women's marches" and instead head to the local library to check out some books on the real America…

Sep 23, 2018 - 1:28pm
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In the founding days of Israel...

In the founding days of Israel, Arabs would sell their property to Jews, return, murder them, and move back in. [ before Israeli police & military were able to prevent this ]   My relative Meyer Lansky, put out the word " that for every Jew murdered, a hundred Arabs would die. Meyer always …

Sep 24, 2018 - 3:02pm
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What Does “Multiculturalism” Really Me…

By Frosty Wooldridge   Who created “multiculturalism”?  Why did he think it would work? Where does it find fertile ground to flourish?  What might be its end result?  Who supports it in the face of devastating failures worldwide?   In 1951, Jamaican-born Stuart H…

Sep 24, 2018 - 4:14pm
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New York, New York

The June, 2018 issue of Mindful magazine was dedicated to optimism.  One of the articles relates the story of a woman whose cleaning service worker cut his finger on a broken coaster.  Her husband suggested she give the man some money, but said husband protested when the writer went furthe…

Sep 22, 2018 - 10:45pm
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On Kavanaugh and teenage transgressions

It's a 36 year old account by a liberal Democrat about something she recalls from over 30 years ago - but not until he's nominated for the Supreme Court. She said she "thought" she going to be raped and not that she was. She told her counselor there were four boys involved and now claims only two.&#…

Sep 18, 2018 - 5:28pm
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As Clear as an Azure Sky

Note: It seems I’ve slid into a few personal experience stories…  I'll be back to normal soon...   Has anybody out there ever taken a polygraph test?  I mean a real lie detector test for a criminal investigation?  I have.  Before all the statements of "Aaahhh, th…

Sep 23, 2018 - 7:54am
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Are Fatherless Families a cause or symptom in poor…

I have come to the conclusion that fatherless families are not what causes many Blacks to remain in generational poverty, anymore than discrimination, I think the largest factor is the culture so many of them embrace.   Generationally poor Blacks generally grow up in predominantly Black neighbo…

Sep 19, 2018 - 10:43am
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The root of Genocide in  the Modern era

Koshersalaami opines that "Racism is the root cause of genocide." (fr )   He couldn't be more wrong. For instance, in the Septuagint, (LXX), IV Maccabees 2:19 it is written "For why else, does our most wise father Jacob shame Simeon and Levi for having irrationally slain the whole race of the …

Sep 23, 2018 - 3:57pm
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Women's Standing up Against DICKTATION or Laying D…

It was not that Anita Hill was treated unfairly, it was that, as Michael Manley of Jamaica was ahead of his time, she was ahead of her time in pointing out abuses that women endured. Many women worked as secretaries with jobs that entailed taking DICTATION but was forced to take DICKTATION, even doi…

Sep 24, 2018 - 1:39am
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Atrocious Administration

Motivation in humans is sometimes difficult to explain. What drives people to do things differs from person to person. We all have different goals in life. Finding a partner, or even finding people with which to work with can often be based largely on one’s motivation and its similarity with t…

Sep 22, 2018 - 8:21pm
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A social conservative person is filth

The Republican party is an instrument for keeping corruption legal, the people who vote for Republicans are social conservatives who, universally, have the primary interest of causing as much harm as possible that they can get away with, the kicker being they don't know that's what they're doing, it…

Sep 23, 2018 - 5:45am
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  • - Sep 24, 2018 - 10:03pm
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Race: A Parable

Written elsewhere by me in 2013, and reposted because I see no reason to reinvent the wheel. I wouldn’t say that I generally concentrate on race in my posts but response to my last post , “Race Question from 1969,” leads me to conclude that this would be a good addition to the curr…

Sep 17, 2018 - 8:43am
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Face down on the Potomac

A foul wind blows in the swamp this night. Pungent, fecund reminiscence of a time when this land was indeed a swamp; before it was claimed by pirates and other people with nicer manners, but who would still cut you for a shilling. Though it has been cleared away of the physical swamp, the modern day…

Sep 18, 2018 - 6:55pm
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Making America Great and the World Safer

I have long listened to the disparaging of the academic capacity of a certain group of American children and even learned how at one time the pervasive racism led to the death, for want of a transfusion, of the Black scientist responsible for the invention behind of the life-saving b…

Sep 21, 2018 - 1:23am
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The Burgermeister and the Innkeeper

Once upon a time in ancient kingdom there was a small town far removed from the intrigues of the palace and it’s court.  As was customary for the times the town was bestowed as the personal fiefdom to the aspirant with the greatest tribute and most sycophantic fealty. By patronage this in…

Sep 24, 2018 - 2:38pm
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Conservatives and liberals approach almost every i…

Conservatives and liberals approach almost every issue with completely different philosophies, underlying assumptions, and methods. That's why it's so hard to find genuine compromise between conservatism and liberalism, because not only are liberals almost always wrong, their solutions almost always…

Sep 22, 2018 - 6:14pm
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