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Donald Trump calls “Ruth Bader Ginsburg an “amazing woman“ upon her passing. Are we sure Trump is conservative ?
Ruth Bader Ginsburg was one of the most liberal justices in Supreme Court history.122 AnswersPolitics1 day ago
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Easy: After the DEMOCRAT President LBJ signed The Civil Rights and Voters Rights Act into law, all the Southern racists went full Gross Old Perverts and still are.
The KKK endorsed Fat Donnie and still does.
Do your history books not go past 1960 ? Moron.46 AnswersPolitics2 days ago
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Can we agree with Joe Biden, "If Trump 'had done his job from the beginning, all the people who died of COVID-19 would still be alive".?
The coronavirus supposed to have surfaced in November and became an epidemic in December. China, Japan and South Korea were among the earliest to act.40 AnswersOther - Politics & Government14 hours ago
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The old Democrat Party is gone. They are now for the rich and elite, i.e. consider Nancy Pelosi.
Poor white families want the American Dream for their children and President Trump is trying to preserve it.101 AnswersPolitics3 days ago
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It's one of those words that has long been in the dark grey area of the politically correct vocabulary .
There are lots of words like this . We "can't" say people are "fat" etc anymore , or even "short" , we have to find other words that are more acceptable .
One of my own favourites involves the police ,who invariably refer to finding someone that was "deceased" on scene , rather than simply dead .
It would be nice to hear other people's favourites .20 AnswersPolitics17 hours ago
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What a messy legislation.20 AnswersPolitics2 days ago
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The government, and all of its institutions are being played by an authoritian who has dismantled the rules of justice, checks and balances, safety of Americans, and compromising with our enemies. The Senate is useless in supporting American values and no longer is concerned. The Attorney General manipulates justice to favor a disillusioned, generally radical "president". People are not smart enough to protect them selves from the virus. The "president" openly divides states by political preference. In short, we are going to hell as a nation and no one seems to care.42 AnswersPolitics2 days ago
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There were Native Americans here for about 10,000 years before the Europeans took over and named it America. Each tribe and each culture had their own name for the regions.31 AnswersHistory2 days ago
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the clue to why I ask the question, is the context. "global" so why is it seemingly universal across the globe...the point being this will always give English speaking nations a huge advantage in global socioeconomic/global affairs....12 AnswersPolitics8 hours ago
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9 months ago my boyfriend and I moved in together with the agreement that within 1 year of moving in, we should be engaged. 6 months in we checked in with each other and agreed that everything is working and our values and goals and everything in between aligns and we want to get married. We looked at rings together. Now 3 months later we brought up engagement again and he said he was so anxious. I asked if he’s no longer sure? And he said that wasn’t it at all, he’s anxious because it’s been 9 months and he’s done nothing and now there are only 3 months left in the year and he hasn’t looked at rings since we had together or given any thought to how he’d propose. And then he said “and with Covid it’s made things harder, if I wanted to customize a ring for you but can’t because stores are closed,” and all I could think is really? If you haven’t been bothered to do anything yet, how likely would you really have gone as far as customizing a ring for me?? I didn’t say that though because I knew that would be wrong and I just needed to calm down. I just feel upset that we were clear on our goals and timeline upfront and time keeps moving and he acknowledges that he’s done nothing. And yet when the latest tech products are released, he jumps on those orders instantly. If he wants to marry me then why can’t he be bothered? I know he still has time but even he acknowledged that he’s anxious because he’s done nothing. Is this common or normal or is something wrong?21 AnswersEngagements & Weddings2 days ago
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They try to blame Trump (white people) for it16 AnswersPolitics2 days ago
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iS THIS WHY tRUMP WILL DO ANOTHER 2016 LANDSLIDE.18 AnswersPolitics1 day ago
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