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Please explain, did the church not 'essentially rule the western world for almost a thousand years' and/or is that period not 'referred to as The Dark Ages for very good reasons'?
The Catholic Church essentially ruled the western world for almost a thousand years, that period in now referred to as 'The Dark Ages" for very good reasons.
MLK's quote didn't mention the rich black leadership because in his time it was not that significant but today the black leadership is very rich and really does defraud the blacks.
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Please Stop Helping Us

tonistimmel Wrote: Jul 30, 2014 12:38 PM
I've never heard Walter ever ask for help except in the cases of legal barriers aimed at blacks.
You will never see a demoncrat sponsored bill that is actually 'Anti-Poverty' for the simple reason that the votes of the impoverished are so much cheaper for them to buy than the votes of the middle class are for them to earn. Remember what Tip O'Niel said when the republicans took the House? "We've made them rich enough to vote Republican."
I thought it had already been established that he did not teach that course, he merely collected a paycheck for a Jesse Jackson Set-Aside job as an assistant instructor. It was the same for Moooooooooooo-shell's job at the University of Chicago.
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Obama Reinvents 1979

tonistimmel Wrote: Jul 09, 2014 10:49 AM
Very true, the smart money is keeping itself safe from that moronic government that WE elected. You don't invest in next year when the government is calling a depression a recovery.
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Obama Reinvents 1979

tonistimmel Wrote: Jul 09, 2014 10:42 AM
To whom????
If you want these Chicago numbers for your town all you have to do is control guns like Chicago. It's gun safety for your criminals that you need.
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The Price of Liberty

tonistimmel Wrote: Jul 04, 2014 1:56 PM
I've looked in all three of my computer stored dictionaries, including MW Cllegiate, for "unalienable" and found no difference. One didn't even list it and the other two gave gave "inalienable" as the definition. Please clarify, I'm really curious.
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