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If natural gas is better than coal in the marketplace, then you don't need govt to attack coal. The market will take care of it. The fact that the govt has to force people not to use coal refutes Chapman's contention.
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Selective Outrage when It Comes to Racism

gtanv Wrote: May 02, 2014 9:45 AM
This is touchy, because no one wants to say anything that seems to support Sterling, and this comment is not in his support. But, Ms. Chavez gets it wrong when she treats the discrimination in housing allegations as proven. Settling a lawsuit does not constitute an admission of liability, and, in fact, usually comes with a specific disclaimer of liability. In a rush to pile on Sterling we shouldn't misrepresent facts.
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God Movies Make Money

gtanv Wrote: Apr 25, 2014 9:24 AM
Bozell asks if the Hollywood studios will catch on to the market for Christian fare. It may, but Noah shows that just spotting a trend doesn't mean you can ride it. Christian movies are better left in the hands of those who understand and support the topic.
So, if one state allows it, all must? What is it about the concept of federalism that this judge misses?
I understand the idea. It WOULD be better if prisoners came out of prison with a marketable skill. But, the courses should be offered in the manner of student loans, with repayment of the costs required after release, with failure to pay a violation of probation that could send the "student" back to prison.
There is also the reason of concern for granting the state power over life and death. That concerns me. It doesn't cause me to oppose the death penalty in all circumstances, but I can understand how a conservative might.
There is also the reason of concern for granting the state power over life and death. That concerns me. It doesn't cause me to oppose the death penalty in all circumstances, but I can understand how a conservative might.
Changing the subject doesn't refute the original argument.
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