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 on: Today at 05:44:21 PM 
Started by Dr. MB - Last post by KhanOfKhans
God please let her resign. Troy Jackson for Senate 2021!

 42 
 on: Today at 05:43:40 PM 
Started by President Sestak - Last post by Scott🦋
FWIW (I think I've expressed my thoughts in Labcord but not here), I'm all on board with this plan: two-month terms for at-large senators and four-month terms for regional senators, as well as the proposed map.

The weakened Vice Presidency will be sad to see, but I suppose with the right president, the VP can be delegated with non-menial book-keeping responsibilities or just waiting for tie breaks or the President's resignation or removal.

 43 
 on: Today at 05:42:01 PM 
Started by emotional hardcore - Last post by emotional hardcore
I could see Hamilton being watchable with songs by Thursday, but I'm not really sure if they're considered emo or not.
They are.

 44 
 on: Today at 05:41:29 PM 
Started by Mr. Illini - Last post by PSOL
I think this question is besides the point that displacement of a given people from their homes and the concurrent subjugation of them is indeed morally sus. Therefore, the best option is to allow for a right to return and to restore recent land rights and homes of displaced people under one shared state where everyone can live in harmony.

 45 
 on: Today at 05:39:48 PM 
Started by kaoras - Last post by kaoras
Oh my God, Provoste just said no in rather expectacular fashion:


"The DC or, rather, some of its leaders, continues to bet on the denial of the facts, to hide its failure in alleged candidacies that do not exist"

ďThis way of acting reflects an irresponsibility, for which I am not available. It only seems a lack of respect to me (Ö) I am not a candidate Ē

 46 
 on: Today at 05:39:20 PM 
Started by Kingpoleon - Last post by Alcibiades
HQ coming from David Bentley Hart, even if it has a point specifically about Calvinism. Hart's unwillingness to accept the existence of an eternal hell is made even worse by the implication that he would not worship God if there anyone is in hell. Ultimately, his relentless polemics about God's judgment say more about him than they do about God. Hart is extremely nasty and aggressive to his opponents, preferring to attack them personally and insinuate they are motivated by some sort of personal desire for revenge rather than holding, uh, the default Christian position for centuries including the position of his own Church. If eternity really was all flowers and rainbows and butterflies as Hart believes, then he would have no reason to be so nasty to everyone who disagrees - if we're all going to heaven anyways, then just chill man, who cares. But in the end, the bluster covers up an unwillingness to seriously engage with the possibility of eternal damnation thoroughly deserved by us all and only spared to some through God's mercy.

This to me says a lot about the authoritarianism inherent in a lot of Christianity. For me, as an outsider, it seems perfectly reasonable that someone drawn to Christís message of love would not want to worship the evidently unloving Calvinistic God, but clearly a lot of Christians think that people should not have this agency; that defying God is not an option, no matter how despotic or heartless he might be.

 47 
 on: Today at 05:38:38 PM 
Started by Karpatsky - Last post by jaymichaud
FP, my friend did it in Ukraine about 6 years ago.

 48 
 on: Today at 05:38:31 PM 
Started by RFayette - Last post by gracile
I'm conflicted here on whether Trump will end up teasing a run to grift or actually go through with another campaign. I think many people underestimate how alluring the trappings of the presidency are to him and the influence he would have as leader of the party.

The nomination is his for the taking if he does end up running, though.

 49 
 on: Today at 05:38:16 PM 
Started by Chuck Grassley/Kyrsten Sinema Stan - Last post by TodayJunior
Nothing would have saved him. His disapproval was always above his approval, and the former was almost always above 50% throughout his term. The very nature of a "President Trump" was a freak accident in three states all by itself.

I think Trump was actually shocked he won the first time, and I don't think he really enjoyed being president either.

 50 
 on: Today at 05:37:57 PM 
Started by SnowLabrador - Last post by MR. KAYNE WEST
Enthusiastically endorsed!

With that being said, I'm not that optimistic about her or any Democrat being able to knock off Little Marco, altough he would fully deserve a loss. It most likely clears the Democratic field though. And Demings is one of the best candidates, having risen to national prominence and her background in law enforcement may actually help. I hope she'll be able to target Hispanic voters and turn out the black community.

Biden is leading by double digits against Trump have faith, if that's the case then OH, IA, NC and FL is winnable.

D's must expand the map in order to keep the H.

As I said earlier Rs don't have a monopoly on OH, NC and FL with Minorities and Females vote

I donate to wave insurence seats not seats that we are poised to win anyways, but not nothing big, like I did in past, small donations, I would be silly to do such and the Govt gave 300 bonuses to all the people on Unemployment and left the rest of out.

I donated to Joe Kennedy, Bullock


Rs should be careful about wave insurence and Biden is at 59% and Kelly is up by 10 in AZ and we won KS Gov and KY Gov it's not impossible

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