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didn't mean to flag this one.
It is possible--if young people, in particular young men--that these latest developments will cut down on not only sexual assault in general, but sexual intercourse by students across the board. Looking at some examples of how this has been used by colleges, who in their right mind would engage in an activity that could ruin their entire professional life before it even began? Who in their right mind would put their professional life in the hands of a female college student fresh out of high school?
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What About Bobby Jindal?

Terbreugghen Wrote: Oct 09, 2014 9:43 AM
The US popular media has already decided that HIllary is next and there is almost nothing to stop it. I would love to see a Condi Rice/Bobby Jindahl ticket in 2016. I see your sexism card and raise you a race card.
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What About Bobby Jindal?

Terbreugghen Wrote: Oct 09, 2014 9:42 AM
As liberals (and the present POTUS) have demonstrated, doing well on IQ tests and having a glib tongue are NOT the best requirements of the office of president.
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What About Bobby Jindal?

Terbreugghen Wrote: Oct 09, 2014 9:40 AM
Excellent point. I've long stated the same to anyone who would listen. The office of the president is an executive office. The senate is a legislative office. We need a competent executive, not a legal "scholar" or lawmaker. We need a person with vision and the ability to communicate it well and convincingly.
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What About Bobby Jindal?

Terbreugghen Wrote: Oct 09, 2014 9:39 AM
yes, he looks like a ferret. No one should ever look like a ferret! http://images.sodahead.com/polls/004390389/putin_ferret_answer_3_xlarge.jpeg
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What About Bobby Jindal?

Terbreugghen Wrote: Oct 09, 2014 9:37 AM
I had foolishly hoped that the 2008 ticket would have been Romney-Jindahl. he was the perfect choice then and he is an even better choice NOW.
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Neanderthal Man Rocks

Terbreugghen Wrote: Sep 04, 2014 12:47 PM
A bit sad for a column. I was hoping something more about neanderthals and less about the vagaries of pop culture and the art world. Everything that comes from the mind into the world is art, it's just not all good art. There is contention about Serrano's photograph and its relation to urine, and Ofilli's "dung madonna" isn't about dung as much as it is surrounded by a cloud of pornographic butts. The best way to deal with those fools and hacks (Serrano is considered a bad technician by most photographers) is to ignore them.
Palin as commander in chief scares me.
The problem is not so much Hobby Lobby as it is what another religious group may do with this permission. How much of any health care mandate can be opted out? Do Jehovah Witness owned businesses get to eliminate blood transfusions now? Think past the first consequences, people. I was glad to see the SCOTUS decision, but this is not a slam dunk for either side.
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Who Won't Wear The Cord?

Terbreugghen Wrote: Jun 17, 2014 9:26 AM
The problem with the code is that disagreement is conflated with disrespect. Try telling a gay or lesbian that you disagree with gay marriage and see how you're treated. The code in question legitimizes the worst behavior and effectively criminalizes disagreement. Not a good position for an institution that concerns itself with intellectual discourse.
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