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Neither Copernicus nor Mendel were priests. Mendel was a friar and Copernicus took minor orders, not holy orders. If you are going to slam MSNBC for factual errors, at least have the journalistic integrity to get your own house in order.
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Good Women Have Abortions

radical notion Wrote: Oct 28, 2014 1:39 PM
If you have to explain your jokes/sarcasm to the reader, perhaps a remedial writing course is in order, or a higher functioning readership. But I forget, you teach at a junior college in the south. (That last sentence was sarcasm.)
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The Hunter Biden Chronicles

radical notion Wrote: Oct 22, 2014 10:30 AM
clever
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The Hunter Biden Chronicles

radical notion Wrote: Oct 22, 2014 10:18 AM
you must be kidding. for every D that goes this route there is an R. case in point no. 1--Cheney who went from defense to Halliburton, walked out with a cool 20 mil, put all his shares in a "blind trust", became de facto president and started a war to enrich, you got it, Halliburton through no-bid contracts. some blind trust. Malkin's constant rant gets old.
I know health care is expensive, but "millions upon millions?" Come on...
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Beware of the Perfect Storm

radical notion Wrote: Oct 14, 2014 1:15 PM
"[B]ut its truth does not depend on whether we believe it or we don't believe it." Then there is the corollary, the fact that Jesus believed he was divine does not make it true.
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David French Slays Goliath

radical notion Wrote: Sep 29, 2014 5:03 PM
whatever... Five op-eds about this guy's concocted "heroic fight" to get tenure at a fourth rate college in the sociology department. Likely if he wasn't such a self righteous pr**k, it wouldn't have been a problem. What a loser...
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David French Slays Goliath

radical notion Wrote: Sep 29, 2014 1:56 PM
This guy is one hell of a narcissist.
Actually the juror was commenting on Perry's after the fact spin on the indictment, not the GJ deliberations or decision-making process. There is nothing untoward or "unlawful" about that. It is also tacky of Perry to talk out of both sides of his mouth on this, trashing the GJ while purporting to respect "the rule of law." Perry's veto was not the way to handle the DUI--he hurt an entire prosecutors' office to get back at one clown. Sounds like classic abuse of power.
"America is in the fight of its life and if this country dies, the world dies..." Really? Can't get much more narcissistic than that.
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