When I look back on the source material, I am vexed by the Founder’s relationship with slavery. Their actions were obviously deplorable, but their writings, both explicitly and implicitly, condemned slavery.
So what political forces are preventing restrictions on abortion?
But every now and again, something happens that is so offensive, irreverent, and deplorable I drink from the intoxicating cup of righteous indignation. In this state, I accept the premise that fighting is a virtue, because some people need to be beaten. Right now I am there, and it’s over abortion.
In conclusion, The Lego Movie 2 is a fun movie with heart, humor, and a cool twist, but it’s a movie for children, and that limits it. There are a lot of animated movies I’ve enjoyed less, but there’s also animated movies that are far superior, including its predecessor.
Now, I'm not going to discuss concrete policies. If you'd like we can do that another time. My complaint here is more about my frustrations with the environmentalist left, and the climate debate as a whole. They confuse facts and policy, they depend on climate models I'm skeptical about, and they insist the answer must be government.
Last Friday, the President signed the latest continuing resolution (CR), ending a 35 day shutdown of the Federal Government, the longest in US history. This CR will fund all the government agencies at previous levels until February 15. President Trump and Congress have that time to hash out a compromise related to border security, or the government shuts down again.
Discussing bias on campus, I want to answer three questions: Are the professors at most major universities actually mostly liberals? Does this create an undue hardship on conservative students? Why are all the professors liberals?