Christopher Hitchenshttps://youtu.be/e08fqxr3fOoSam Harrishttps://youtu.be/XDY3kIcRxswJordan Petersonhttps://youtu.be/21er2LnqrPkJesse Lee Petersonhttps://youtu.be/fkLT6kz7DqcLarry Elderhttps://youtu.be/phPXTWJhnYMWilliam Lane Craighttps://youtu.be/r3w-o1X4tLIBen Shapirohttps://youtu.be/H7nbnhzae1oCandace Owenshttps://youtu.be/W-IUlcDDjps
In light of President Obama's decision to delay his much-anticipated edict on immigration until after November's elections, some critics are asking why the president and Democrats in Congress didn't pass immigration reform back when they had overwhelming majorities in both House and Senate. It's a good question — and a good reason to revisit 2009 and 2010, when immigration reform could have become a reality.As a presidential candidate, Obama promised to "put comprehensive immigration reform back on the nation's agenda during my first year in office." After victory in 2008, he had the clout to do so: sky-high approval ratings, 257 Democrats in the House and, for a while, a filibuster-proof majority of 60 Democrats in the Senate.And yet, immediately after being sworn in, Obama began to send out subtle signals that immigration reform wasn't a top priority. Reform was a "serious concern," Obama told a group of regional reporters in March 2009, but not an urgent one. "We've started to talk to all the parties involved and both parties here in Washington about the prospects of taking legislative steps," Obama said. "But obviously we've got a lot on our plate right now."https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.washingtonexaminer.com/why-didnt-obama-pass-immigration-reform-when-he-had-the-chance%3f_amp=true
Humanity is an abomination which has no purpose other than to manifest delusion and destruction which serves to uglify all that they come into contact with. For every single good idea which formulates in the mind of a homo sapien, there are a thousand superstitions and follies, and for every act of progress and productivity there are a thousand acts of waste and failure. A small minority of humans invent and bring some semblance of truth which only serves to provide the tools that the rest of humanity needs to maintain their artificial existence, relying on technologies which they could never create themselves yet they are completely dependent upon. There is no way that humanity would survive without the small minority that invents and strives for truth, but to the ignorant masses the genius is something to be laughed at and ridiculed while they live off their creations as the most inferior and ugly creatures ever to exist, who could never exist in nature and require technology to even survive. What could possibly justify the existence of one who believes they are the greatest thing in all the earth's history, yet is ruled by pure superstition and socially constructed lies, yet relies on technologies which are given to them to even survive which they derived from the thoughts and constructions of those they ridicule? Whenever a human comes who does not think like the herd of sheeple and provides knew ways of thinking and doing things, the masses are happy to use their computers and electricity and agriculture so that they can produce nothing but pure waste and pollution on the face of the earth, yet when these geniuses speak of truth it often requires centuries just to hammer one little fragment of it into the surface of mainstream discourse. You love your lies and hate the truth, and the only humans who are worth anything at all are those who do not think or act as other humans do in a social order of pure waste and stupidity.
This is for those who think reality is subjective, Prodigee says that "whatever you say is true for you" but no matter what you believe drinking bleach is not good for you and hitting yourself with a hammer is going to hurt.
Hello,If you voted they “will” is that a good thing or a bad thing? If you voted they “won’t”, is that a good thing or a bad thing?I have the feeling that some of you think that brown people who crash our border, should lose their children forever. Am I wrong?excon
Let's list what Trump has done with a majority Republican Congress...
Trump is the first president I have seen who is doing his very best to do everything he said he would do during his campaign.1. Trump said he would take the war to ISIS and he defeated their strong holds in a couple months. Obama refused to do so for many years! When Obama was President, ISIS massacres were making news headlines on a weekly basis. I have not heard of ISIS mass killings for many months now.2. Trump said he would overhaul the complicated income tax code and he did so! I as a middle class tax payer got a nice tax cut!3. Trump said he would end Obamacare and has stopped the forced mandates of buying expensive Obamacare plans. He is still trying to end Obamacare, and just a few days ago detailed new associated healthcare plans for small businesses, across borders!4. Trump said he would do something about North Korea's nuclear goals, and managed to get a face to face meeting with the North Korean leader. He is getting things done as he said he would do.5. Trump appointed a Constitutionalist Supreme court Justice as he said he would do.6. Trump has eliminated many many job killing regulations as he said he would do.7. Trump has helped lower our unemployment to the lowest percentage in decades.8. Trump has lowered the Black unemployment rates to record lows.9. Trump stopped the use of American tax dollars paying for abortions in other nations.10. Trump has reduced illegal immigration into America as he said he would do, and is finally putting it in the spotlight.11. Trump helped stop the chances of Muslim extremists getting into America.12. Trump is taking on the unfair trade policies with China and other nations. He is doing everything other Presidents ignored.13. Trump helped to get NATO nations to pay more of their fair share for military protection. Trump has done all this in less than two years!!! He's a work horse, but to listen to Democrats, he is another Hitler. Democrats are showing the world what phony corrupt hypocrites they are.
If you've never heard of Bacon's Rebellion you don't know much about American history. I'm a direct line Y-DNA confirmed male descendant of one of Nathanial Bacon's rebels. My ancestor who's last name I inherited is on the list of Bacon's Rebels.My point is this: If we're gonna have an "I got here first" society, and you don't want anyone else to come to America, lets make a law that forbids anyone staying here unless they can prove their family was here and fought on the American side in the Revolution.How many of you right wing nuts would go for that? http://www.vagenweb.org/shenandoah/wars/bacons_rebellion.html