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  1. about 8 hours ago on Rob Rogers

    A mess of pottage.

  2. about 8 hours ago on Henry Payne

    It’s just nuts to argue that a right has to be specifically enumerated in the Constitution. The Constitution speaks about general principles, which then have to be interpreted. For instance, there is no specific enumerated right to use contraception. It would be just nuts to say that people don’t have a right to use contraception. There are lots of other examples. This was a bad bad bad decision, and it’s going to cause a lot of trouble. Most people don’t agree with it. A lot of women (and men) are going to be outraged that their rights are being limited.

  3. about 9 hours ago on Clay Jones

    Canada is not heaven on earth. There’s lots to be improved here, but overall it’s a much more tolerant society than the US.

  4. about 9 hours ago on Clay Jones

    I was born and brought up in the US, but I’ve lived in Canada for many years now. I still have a lot of interest in events in the US, and I want the US to do well. I am really afraid of what is going to happen in the next few years. Two possibilities: If somehow Trump manages to escape punishment for his very obvious crimes, and if (horror of horrors) he manages to get elected again, that will be a disaster for US democracy, such as it is. If he is charged and tried and found guilty and sent to prison (all of which should happen), then his rabid supporters could go completely crazy and cause all kinds of disruption. In any case, I predict a lot of trouble for the US in the next few years.

  5. about 9 hours ago on Rob Rogers

    The Republican party is a great embarrassment. I just don’t understand how almost of all of them have all sold their souls. And for what?

  6. about 9 hours ago on Michael Ramirez

    I’m very concerned about climate change, but I have questions about the best path forward. I have generally been opposed to nuclear power, mostly because of concerns about waste. A few years ago I attended a sort of a reunion of my program in college. I fell into conversation with a guy who is now a prominent advocate for environmental issues. A very Green sort of person. In the course of our conversation I asked him what he thought about nuclear power generation. He said, more or less, “Nuclear is not the permanent solution, but until we can develop and produce other alternative sources of energy in sufficient quantities, nuclear has a role to play.” I don’t know if he’s right, but I don’t dismiss his position, and he made me reconsider my position. Right now, I’m on the fence, but with an open mind to both sides.

  7. about 21 hours ago on M2Bulls

    A flood here, a flood there, another one over there—lo and behold, a world wide flood story. There’s also diffusion. It’s pretty clear, for instance, that the Greek flood story (Deucalion’s Flood) was borrowed from the Near East, as a similar story is found in Gilgamesh—and of course in Genesis. The Gilgamesh story and the Biblical story are remarkably similar. The Hebrews probably learned it during the Babylonian Captivity.

  8. 1 day ago on M2Bulls

    I don’t generally have an inclination to enter into disputes. I don’t expect to be able to make an argument that will convince a true believer. I do try to make sure that I can answer the true believer’s points to my own satisfaction. And if there’s anything I can’t answer, I try to look it up to see what the answer should be. I’m more interested in challenging myself than in challenging others.

  9. 2 days ago on Matt Davies

    A more accurate cartoon would show Trump and Rudy hijacking the truck.

  10. 2 days ago on Clay Jones

    The first rule of BIblical interpretation seems to be that the Bible means whatever you want it to mean.