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Daily breaking news and news the liberal media doesn't want you to know, won't report, or just daily news issues.

Americans for many years have had to rely on left leaning biased news reporting from liberal media such as NBC, ABC, and CBS and the New York Times. As most of these outlets struggle to remain on the air and in print, the new media is flourishing and people are hearing both sides of the issues. This forum will provide people with a place to discuss daily news issues of any kind or discuss articles not printed or aired by the liberal news outlets.

 
 

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absolem

Define unbridled capitalism and what is deviate?

Posted 3 days ago.

moderation

Good morning to you absolem, and you as well, tired- I consider unbridled capitalism deviant behavior. Where is the standard found,for it?

Posted 3 days ago.

Stillhere

Don't misunderstand, I don't care what this washed up actor says and support his right to say it. However, we all know that someone on the right would not be able to say such things without scorn.

Posted 3 days ago.

absolem

Equal with a fat thumb on the scale. Always buy your meat from skinny-thumbed butchers.

Posted 3 days ago.

absolem

I prefer the term Uncle Tom when describing black Americans who have recognized the freedom they have to be what they want to be within our sytem. Tokei must be on his man-rag at the moment.

Posted 3 days ago.

Stillhere

Ever read Animal farm? Ever get the feeling some are "more equal" than others?

Posted 3 days ago.

Stillhere

George Takei Defends Calling Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas “A Clown In Blackface”

Is this racist hate speech? What protects this washed up actor from public scorn, hes Asian, Gay or Liberal?

Posted 3 days ago.

absolem

Moderation. ..good morning...such a heady topic for this morning...don't you think? Either way...you did not say approval. But with terms such as validity, acceptance and recognition...those do seem to beg for approval from someone or something whether internal or external to justify what may be considered a deviate behavior. But much like the column.."news of the weird", when things become so commonplace...normalcy seems to follow for some.

Posted 3 days ago.

moderation

To be clear, I did not say approval.That is quite a high bar for such a controversial religious issue.

Posted 3 days ago.

absolem

After one accepts themselves as who they are, whether manufactured or genetically wited, the approval of others should not matter. Forcing others acceptance is a tricky endeavor to attempt much less to mandate.

Posted 3 days ago.

moderation

And by the way I wasn't wondering anything of the kind,

Posted 4 days ago.

moderation

Good evening,absolem.Gay, straight,everyone seeks a level of validity in relationships.It would appear that being wired sexually differently creates an even greater need for acceptance and a healthy recognition.

Posted 4 days ago.

absolem

Just in case you are wondering.....I have been tag-teamed by several lesbians on this very subject...both fem and butch alike. So gents and ladies...let 'er fly.

Posted 4 days ago.

absolem

A different line of thought is that the pinnacle of marriage also seems to add a completeness to the ruse that same-sex couples equate to different sex couples. Which it doesn't....or didn't. Personally, I feel that they needed assurance that how they live is valid and accepted. To me it has been about acceptance and approval. However...truth has a nasty habit of revealing itself no matter the disguise or deception. At the end of the day...they have only fooled themselves.

Posted 4 days ago.

absolem

I really had no doubt that you could deal with any answer. On the surface many seem to want it for many of the same reasons that heterosexual couples do. Love, lust, spousal benefits, and a feeling of commitment that vows and the marriage contract seem to offer. Perhaps it rounds out their own sense of what they want their family unit to be. The Bob Ross philosophy...it's your world so paint it as you wish. Humanistically speaking that is.

Posted 4 days ago.

moderation

I can deal with the opinions or answer(s),liked or not, my friend.Lay 'em on me,bro.

Posted 4 days ago.

absolem

Moderation....no need to pitty-pat around...you can ask me anything. dealing with the answer may be the hard part...asking is easy. Short answer...yes I do have an opinion as well as some first-hand answers.

Posted 4 days ago.

moderation

absolem- I was going to ask if you had an opinion that could reflect an hypothesis that may explain why 'gay' people want to be married to each other?

Posted 4 days ago.

absolem

Fair enough....no insult taken. There are many variables that change, find themselves in flux or stay constant that affect ones perception and subsequent worldview. Spiritual and human worldviews tend to conflict and other times mesh seemlessly.

Posted 4 days ago.

moderation

good morning,absolem-there was no intent to insult.when we observe other human beings,both physical and behavioral characteristics influence our perceptions.

Posted 4 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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