• What is your opinion of my political opinions expressed here?

    First of all, I believe in the midterms this year that the GOP will gain in the Senate while the Democrats will gain seats in the House of Representatives and at the state level. I also think we need a federal law granting employees elected representation or corporate and company boards. It is a policy called codetermination. I also support the... show more
    First of all, I believe in the midterms this year that the GOP will gain in the Senate while the Democrats will gain seats in the House of Representatives and at the state level. I also think we need a federal law granting employees elected representation or corporate and company boards. It is a policy called codetermination. I also support the policy passed by Congress this year that mandates the Small Business Administration do more to promote employee ownership. I also note that the U.S. Supreme Court has already declared handgun bans and a total ban on private firearms unconstitutional back in 2008, and this is already 2018. Perhaps surprisingly, even the most hard-line and extreme of gun controllers have not been so. . .vocal about Heller. Barack Obama was actually a more popular President than Donald Trump because Obama won a majority of both the popular and electoral vote twice while in 2016 Trump won the Electoral College but lost the popular vote. Both the Tea Party movement spawned in 2009 as an anti-Obama protest movement and the the political Christianity of the religious right are declining forces in American politics.
    1 answer · Politics · 6 hours ago
  • Do you like my list of "interesting" groups?

    the Flat Earth Society and anybody who believes in a flat Earth Alex Jones the talk radio host Tea Pary protesters from 2009 and 2010 Pro-gun people who still fear a total ban on private firearms ownership even years after the Supreme Court's DC v Heller ruling People who obsess about Area 51 in Nevada or what happened in Roswell, New Mexico... show more
    the Flat Earth Society and anybody who believes in a flat Earth Alex Jones the talk radio host Tea Pary protesters from 2009 and 2010 Pro-gun people who still fear a total ban on private firearms ownership even years after the Supreme Court's DC v Heller ruling People who obsess about Area 51 in Nevada or what happened in Roswell, New Mexico in 1947.
    1 answer · Mythology & Folklore · 1 day ago
  • Do you like my list of "interesting" groups?

    the Flat Earth Society and anybody who believes in a flat Earth Alex Jones the talk radio host Tea Pary protesters from 2009 and 2010 Pro-gun people who still fear a total ban on private firearms ownership even years after the Supreme Court's DC v Heller ruling People who obsess about Area 51 in Nevada or what happened in Roswell, New Mexico... show more
    the Flat Earth Society and anybody who believes in a flat Earth Alex Jones the talk radio host Tea Pary protesters from 2009 and 2010 Pro-gun people who still fear a total ban on private firearms ownership even years after the Supreme Court's DC v Heller ruling People who obsess about Area 51 in Nevada or what happened in Roswell, New Mexico in 1947.
    2 answers · Other - Cultures & Groups · 1 day ago
  • Is there any Democrat who can unseat Donald Trump in 2020?

    First of all, many U.S. Presidents in the past have been elected to 2nd terms. Then you have the decline of labor unions, the rise of Generation Z, the fear about a total ban on private fitearms (even though it was already declared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court), the booming economy, GOP keeps it's congressional majorities in 2018, etc.
    First of all, many U.S. Presidents in the past have been elected to 2nd terms. Then you have the decline of labor unions, the rise of Generation Z, the fear about a total ban on private fitearms (even though it was already declared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court), the booming economy, GOP keeps it's congressional majorities in 2018, etc.
    20 answers · Politics · 1 day ago
  • Did you here about Lee Carter, an elected member of Virginia's legislature?

    On the Web site of Jacobin magazine, Lee Carter suggests that states and cities, instead of using money to promote development by big corporations, instead should promote empliyee ownership via worker cooperatives.
    On the Web site of Jacobin magazine, Lee Carter suggests that states and cities, instead of using money to promote development by big corporations, instead should promote empliyee ownership via worker cooperatives.
    4 answers · Politics · 2 weeks ago
  • Ten years after a certain Supreme Court ruling. . .?

    . . .Dc v Heller, which stated that private gun ownership was more or lessba constitutional right, why are pro-gun advocates still pushing the stereotype of "total gun ban Democrats"?
    . . .Dc v Heller, which stated that private gun ownership was more or lessba constitutional right, why are pro-gun advocates still pushing the stereotype of "total gun ban Democrats"?
    8 answers · Other - Outdoor Recreation · 2 weeks ago
  • With Kavanaugh on the Supreme Court, will the anti-abortion movement finally overturn Roe v Wade?

    So far the anti-abortionists have fail either by appointment of justices or a constitutional amendment. Bonus question: will the gun-control movement attemp to overturn DC v Heller either by seeking appointeez who claim the Second Amendment only applies to the rights of states to havd National Guard units or push for a constitutional amendment to... show more
    So far the anti-abortionists have fail either by appointment of justices or a constitutional amendment. Bonus question: will the gun-control movement attemp to overturn DC v Heller either by seeking appointeez who claim the Second Amendment only applies to the rights of states to havd National Guard units or push for a constitutional amendment to repeal the Second Amendment.
    4 answers · Politics · 2 weeks ago
  • Are these stereotypes exaggerations?

    Racist Republicans Communist/Marxist Democrats Nazi Republicans or Democrats Total Ban on Private Gun Ownership Democrats Trump Cult Republucans Obama Cult
    Racist Republicans Communist/Marxist Democrats Nazi Republicans or Democrats Total Ban on Private Gun Ownership Democrats Trump Cult Republucans Obama Cult
    7 answers · Politics · 2 weeks ago
  • Is it still important for the anti-Obama people to keep the GOP in control of Congress and reelect Trump in 2020?

    Are a large number of Americsns strongly motivated to to keep the GOP in power at the federal level and in most states because they have bad memories of the eight years of Barack Obama's presidency and as a result have a strong anti-Democratic Party bias? And by 2024 will still be strongly motivated to ensure the GOP keeps control of the White... show more
    Are a large number of Americsns strongly motivated to to keep the GOP in power at the federal level and in most states because they have bad memories of the eight years of Barack Obama's presidency and as a result have a strong anti-Democratic Party bias? And by 2024 will still be strongly motivated to ensure the GOP keeps control of the White House and Congress? And even by 2028? And are some of them still subscribing to the stereotype of the "total gun ban Democrat" even years after the Supreme Court's DC v Heller ruling?
    6 answers · Politics · 2 weeks ago
  • Why are there so many people in this movement who put on their tin foil hats and act as crazed kooks?

    I am talking about the American pro-gun movement. Note that the U.S. Supreme Court in it's 2008 DC v Heller ruling that a total, 100 percent ban on private firearms was unconstitutional. Therefore, there is no reason whatsoever for any sane, rational American to fear a total gun ban.
    I am talking about the American pro-gun movement. Note that the U.S. Supreme Court in it's 2008 DC v Heller ruling that a total, 100 percent ban on private firearms was unconstitutional. Therefore, there is no reason whatsoever for any sane, rational American to fear a total gun ban.
    2 answers · Mythology & Folklore · 1 month ago
  • Do you agree with my list of tin-foil-hat-wearing kooks?

    The Flat Earth Society Alex Jones Anyone from the Tea Party protests in 2009 and 2010 who believed that Soviet-style communism was being promoted. Anyone in the pro-gun movement who still fears a total ban on private firearms even years after the Supreme Court's DC v Heller ruling. People who believe that Freemasons and the Illuminati... show more
    The Flat Earth Society Alex Jones Anyone from the Tea Party protests in 2009 and 2010 who believed that Soviet-style communism was being promoted. Anyone in the pro-gun movement who still fears a total ban on private firearms even years after the Supreme Court's DC v Heller ruling. People who believe that Freemasons and the Illuminati control the world behind the scenes.
    Politics · 1 month ago