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It's simple: The First Amendment.
Where does the Constitution have ANYTHING to say about housing?
How Does One Make Politicians Behave? There are only two basic theories of how to make politicians19 behave: 1. Somehow put in place laws and procedures that will keep the politicians in line. These include all sorts of reporting laws, laws governing donations, campaign finance rules, term limits, etc. or… 2. Make the government small and realize that politicians will always be scoundrels. Thus give the government little power and protect that power with numerous checks and balances, The latter is the premise of this republic and what the Framers of our Constitution understood.
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Make Way for Hillary 2.0

thomas2304 Wrote: May 22, 2014 9:15 AM
Pro-lifers are asking the wrong question. The right one is, "In your opinion, can a nation whose laws (or court rulings) allow the taking of innocent human life remain civilized?" And the person answering may define the terms anyway he likes.
If the GOP were truly interested in reducing the price of gas immediately and at the same time countering Obama, they would introduce legislation to repeal the requirement for boutique fuels.
Yes: it's simple. Do you personally believe wealth can be created on a printing press?
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End the TSA

thomas2304 Wrote: May 06, 2014 8:49 AM
Simply ask that no one who can view you as a sexual object be allowed to touch you.
I taught physics and chemistry for a little over a decade and was, to hear my former students, an excellent teacher.
I taught physics and chemistry for a little over a decade and was, to hear my former students, an excellent teacher.
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Say 'No' to Bad Science

thomas2304 Wrote: May 06, 2014 8:34 AM
I taught physics and chemistry for over a decade and have always considered butterfat good for you.
Liberals want to change America from a republic to a democracy. Part of that initiative is to effectively replace the Electoral College. The states that have adopted direct representation are overwhelmingly liberal. Thus under the old Electoral College, all of their delegates would have gone to the liberal candidate for President. Under direct representation at least some of their electors will go to the more conservative candidate. In short, the liberal attempt to abolish the Electoral College has backfired.
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