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  1. the 30% of Americans who own guns, roughly two-thirds say it’s for self-protection. However, they might want to reconsider: New research is challenging the notion that gun ownership makes for a safer home. In fact, for the first time, scientific research shows that guns actually increase the risk of homicide among intimate partners and family members — but notably not strangers. And in states with lax gun laws, children are especially at risk. Gun owners the most vile stupid dangerous people in America One new study, published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine, compares
  2. Byrd changed his mind later in life. In some respects, that change seems to have been politically motivated; maybe it was only politics at first.In 1997, he had this advice for up-and-coming politicians: "Be sure you avoid the Ku Klux Klan. Don't get that albatross around your neck. Once you've made that mistake, you inhibit your operations in the political arena." That sounds like a coldly calculated assessment of political risk. Byrd made no secret of the decision he made to downplay his segregationist views in order to advance in Washington and move toward the mainstream. https://www.wnycs
  3. you were probably asking ofr it we have lived here 50 years and no break ins nnever needed a gin neer needed to shoot anyone, i think our plan of saving our money and moving to a safe neighborhood beats your dumb ass gun play
  4. so? hes old, proably senile the black chick is gonna take over when the old white dude shits his pants and dies, that always been my plan
  5. https://www.nydailynews.com/news/politics/ny-ricin-trump-mail-20200919-ia7zgavcenftpfgztmhvyogqhu-story.html?utm_source=onesignal&utm_medium=notification&utm_campaign=2020-09-19-Ricin-poison-pa A package containing the poison ricin was reportedly sent to President Trump this week, but was intercepted by authorities. CNN quoted two law enforcement officials confirming the attempted poison attack, which was discovered at a mail-sorting facility and never came close to Trump. i mean what a lame effort right? and terror
  6. any ways theres this theory that liberals seem weird because they are an evolutionary advance yeah like that
  7. Are Liberals Mutants? Human History As Evolutionary History Published: APRIL 29, 2010 Abstract A change in human culture occurred across Eurasia in the 6th century BCE. A new form of non-sensory cognition is evident in laws, governmental institutions, moral philosophy, and art. That change was due to an epigenetic modification in response to human-made environmental pressures. Assortative mating assured the change was unequally distributed. Human history records the consequences of that unequal distribution. One strain of H. sapiens has fostered forms of thought and inst
  8. Are Liberahttps://politicsandculture.org/2010/04/29/are-liberals-mutants-human-history-as-evolutionary-history/ Als olutionary History Published: APRIL 29, 2010e Liberals Mutants? Human History As Evolutionary HistoAbstracAre Liberals Mutants? Human History As Evolutionary History Published: A A change in human culture occurred across Eurasia in the 6th century BCE. A new form of non-sensory cognition is evident in laws, governmental institutions, moral philosophy, and art. That change was due to an epigenetic modification in response to human-made environmental pressures.
  9. what wide spread fraud where is your proof i mean real proof not some isolated incident and btw they caught them right> ? https://thehill.com/opinion/campaign/494189-lets-put-the-vote-by-mail-fraud-myth-to-rest what a pathetic lie everyone knows thats lame we have you beat by hook or by crook we have this one
  10. The office of the Plan was not formally abolished until 2006, but France has not drawn up a five-year plan for nearly 30 years. A successor body, known as France Stratégie, scarcely mentioned the word Plan at all. From the mid-1980s, the forces of liberalisation and globalisation increasingly turned the former institution and its focus on planning into a quaint historical relic. Until now. On September 3rd, as The Economist went to press, the French government was set to announce the resurrection of the mighty Plan. The first commissioner of the revived bureaucratic body will
  11. Editor’s note: Some of our covid-19 coverage is free for readers of The Economist Today, our daily newsletter. For more stories and our pandemic tracker, see our hub In 1946, as France emerged from the horrors of war, Charles de Gaulle devised le Plan to rebuild his battered country. Centred on the theme “Modernisation or Decadence”, the first five-year plan identified six industries—coal, electricity, steel, transport, mechanised agriculture and cement—on which France would construct a modern economy. “Modernisation”, declared Jean Monnet, the first commissioner of the Plan (and later co
  12. Because they are https://www.economist.com/europe/2020/09/05/emmanuel-macron-revives-a-post-war-institution-for-a-post-covid-era https://www.economist.com/europe/2020/09/05/emmanuel-macron-revives-a-post-war-institution-for-a-post-covid-era Editor’s note: Some of our covid-19 coverage is free for readers of The Economist Today, our daily newsletter. For more stories and our pandemic tracker, see our hub In 1946, as France emerged from the horrors of war, Charles de Gaulle devised le Plan to rebuild his battered country. Centred on the theme “Modernisation or Decadence”, the first f
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