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How is he an idiot?
Excellent thought. However, I don't think the progressives will get it.
1st Amendment allows folks to publish and say what they believe. Suspending a person because they offended you is wildly inappropriate. I have been offended by numerous people in authority who's lifestyles are offensive and who's belief systems are offensive to me. What has happened to America?
Gives new meaning to participation trophy.
What evidence in MA shows families are strengthened? How is that defined?
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Paul Ryan Has Answer for Ferguson

Quix Wrote: Sep 01, 2014 7:11 AM
Why does the money have to get taken out of Oaklahoma worker's pockets then sent back to Oaklahoma? Why can't Oaklahoma just bypass the middleman and use their resources directly?
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The Continued Farce

Quix Wrote: Aug 29, 2014 4:50 PM
Thanks. Every once in a while I do things right--most of the time though, I cannot find my keys, wallet or watch.
we have a tradition of free and open speech...
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The Continued Farce

Quix Wrote: Aug 29, 2014 4:35 PM
And so... from this you conclude that tinkering by central planners the life blood of the economic systems of the earth is the solution?
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The Continued Farce

Quix Wrote: Aug 29, 2014 4:29 PM
Michael_Hillinger (QR) Wrote: "Your grasp of the scientific method is pretty shaky." I never indicated a LAW = “proven.” Thanks for the straw man-but no thanks. You also spent many more words than I saying the same thing. The fundamental understanding of science is that ALL theories are wrong. Some are useful, in science, usefulness is established, not by consensus, nor by the number of capital letters and periods behind your name on stationary, not by fear, or popularity and not by smugness, strawmen, or arrogance… But by repeatedly and accurately predicting future events In your desire to paint yourself smart, you forgot to answer the question: What model (based on AGW) has repeatedly and accurately (year over year) predicted the Earth’s temperature? In other words—where is the useful theory? If you have a useful theory, the next question is obvious to those of us who actually practice science: What are the sensitivities of each factor and which ones are above the measurement noise? Not knowing this makes policy determination the equivalent of ghost chasing.
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