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Scalia died, and he managed to die during the term of a Democratic president. Obama nominated a well respected judge. I understand that the requirement that they approve an appointment gives them veto power, but not even holding hearings sounds as if they don't want to do their job. If this was 1965, he would have been in office already.
Looks like they're at least talking to the guy now.
That does count for progress.
love this on, but not sure if it's pro or con ...
Photos of the wall circulated online after it was erected on April 7 on the off-campus house of Kappa Alpha Order fraternity at Tulane As part of the local chapter's annual tradition, it builds a wall around its private property each spring ahead of its 'Old South' formal ball However,Read more from Mail Online
It is a kind of art. If you add the destruction part, it becomes performance art.
UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS, Ohio - Two fences on either side of John Carroll University's campus representing a "mock border wall" are causing controversy on campus and online. The fences were put up on Monday by a social justice student group as part of a senior project, meant to showcase stories and statistics about the country's immigration policies and practices.Read more from newsnet5
It always amazes me how little faith people have in civilization to change, adapt, and grow.
Women are chattel, right? Does your cow have the right of divorce? Why should a wife? she has no more rights than the cow, and in some states, more; after all, it is illegal to misuse an animal.
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I have no doubt some on this side of the ocean would revert to the same dogmatic degrees if they had a chance. Did you see where Pat Boone (as one commentator noted 'didn't know he was still alive') is calling for blasphemy laws, though he may have a point when he says SNL putting on gay Jesus skit wouldn't dare make fun of Muslims. Don't know if they ever do.
Pat Boone, citing a "vitriol" against believers like himself, told Alan Colmes Thursday that "there should be regulations that prohibit blasphemy" after Saturday Night Live, in a movie parody poked fun at Christianity's persecution complex - you know, because it's genuinely funny that the world's largest religion thinks it's being persecuted.Read more from Politicus USA