Being the only nation that has actually used a nuclear weapon and the world’s largest democracy. . . the U.S., it seems to me, should be the first of the “nuclear club” nations to sign the TPNW and destroy its nuclear weapons.
“Since that 2016 gaffe
I’ve flown a flag always half-staff…”
It was a shock for me to learn, right off the bat, that America is now in a “post-Christian” age, what with all the Christians in the country and talk of Christianity still going on, on Twitter and off.
There is, fortunately, a much better way for defenders of democracy and freedom fighters everywhere to make their liberty-loving presence known: tell the Saudi government to release all the women’s rights activists it has imprisoned on trumped-up charges.
Unfortunately, we in the United States have allowed our system of higher education to be infiltrated by the demands of economic priority to a remarkable degree.
But why is it “bizarre” to take into consideration how groundwater moves over time? What’s bizarre is to allow any pollution of our groundwater at all by a big, industrial source.
As of this moment there has been no response, no few words of contrition, from the Wisconsin GOP regarding those voters sickened during the in-person voting in Milwaukee
“Thank you all for coming, like dogs, again today. And thanks for agreeing to purchase and wear my latest campaign hat with the slogan, “Making Media Grovel Again.”
From what I’ve viewed on Twitter, maturity and nuance regarding Biden (and even the former hero, Sanders) from the fingers of disgruntled progressives is scarce.
They’re having problems down in Florida.
They gettin’ corona blues from the New Yorkas.
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There was an old man named O’Pious
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