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  1. I would be curious, though, what the "limited circumstances" are in the link you posted.
  2. Just gonna drop this here as a reminder to everyone: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Obsolete_Man
  3. How "mission statements" have a lot of words but say very little.
  4. You mean like they didn't matter to a lot of prominent Democrats and Democratic media (who villainized police every chance they got) for most of 2020? Like that? You know: Defund/Abolish the police? "Police Bad". Now it's "Yay police! Police good!" Funny how things have changed, isn't it? I honestly think most Republicans and most Democrats actually respect law enforcement.
  5. https://sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com/2021/01/13/covid-politics-california-democrats-take-gov-newsom-recall-effort-seriously/
  6. Well, there's actually no such thing as the "National popular vote", even though the media (and many Democrats) likes to push that, if you really think about how our elections work. You could call it "overall" vote, if you want to. But there is no official "national popular vote" (which is also why we use the EC). Second, I think looking at the counties won, and by how much, would be better from an analysis standpoint. If it's the "right" counties, that's a lot of people. For instance, Los Angeles County in California has about 10 million people in it. That one county has more people in it tha
  7. https://www.axios.com/poll-america-falling-apart-4a13376f-f962-46e3-8e2c-174d396f25d1.html Anybody got any thoughts on why?
  8. Ever notice this? Most in the Democratic party and the media refer to the U.S. as a "Democracy". Most Conservatives (such as myself) and Republicans will refer to the U.S. as a Republic. Here are the definitions: Republic: a state in which the supreme power rests in the body of citizens entitled to vote and is exercised by representatives chosen directly or indirectly by them. "Republic" is originally from the latin "Res Publica" (public thing) Source: https://www.dictionary.com/browse/republic?s=t Democracy: government by the people; a form of government in which the
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