Polish history month is October
German Heritage month September
French history month is July...
And so many more
So William, how many history months do white racists need? I want to know the aggrieved racists perspective.
I just hope moving forward, that Tubby and his staff see how important it is to get those type of players into this urban University that can compete at a high level. I know he is a by the book guy, but you don't have to outright cheat to get players to Memphis, just be willing to stroke some egos.
Bric- keep up with the conversation. Your original comment regarding Sharia law (to which I responded) made no reference to just the US. It is obvious you decided only later to add the variable "in the US" because I pointed out to the ignorance of your original comment. Is that clear enough or should I use smaller words to make it easier for you? I would suggeest devoting even more of your life to commenting on the Flyer, but instead of typing, invest it excercising those critical reading skills.
LoveBC and Grove,
In the spirit of bi-partisanship, I'm sending vitamins to Ginsburg and McCain
GroveReb. Good points. In Tennessee over the past several election cycles, we went from Blanton to Alexander, Alexander to McWhiter, WcWhirter to Sundquist, Sundquist to Bredesen, and now Haslem. I don't see a state democrat taking control of the state big house, but I also believed that Trump would never win the Republican primary or the presidency so that shows you what I know. I cast my first vote for Alexander back when I was finally old enough to vote, and voted for each of the winners since. Yes, I have voted for democrats.
With Hillary probably out of the way, the dems may actually have a chance of winning the WH in four or eight years.
No doubt about it, most national Republicans are nervous about Trump. Some quietly, some not so quietly. Politicians probably understand the fickleness of the electorate more than the average bear. Personally, I think the establishment Republicans want him to fail sooner rather than later to keep your theory from coming true.
CL, I actually agree with most of those. Based on my government experience, with gigs in the Army, Federal civil service and state civil service, I have learned that the government has the gift to screw up all most anything. The Vietnam War, LBJ's Great Society, and the War on Drugs come immediately to mind.
I see the main problem as the insurance companies literally owning politicians at all levels of government. Obamacare was heavily influenced by the insurance companies, and that is a huge understatement. Gerry Spence, the Jackson Hole lawyer once opined that a US Congressman can be bought for $15,000, or the price of a used Mercedes. He further added a paid for congressman is one of the best investments a business can make.
Insurance companies and their paid for cronies would never allow nationalized health insurance.
One problem is the insurance companies stifle competition among themselves and the paid for politicians of both parties allow this to happen. No honest person can deny there is not collusion among health insurance providers, that drives up the price of insurance. We don't even come close to having a free market for health insurance. Until this is addressed, no nationalized insurance plan would ever be successful. I believe it would be a debacle like the guaranteed student loans which only encourage universities (collusion) to overcharge for tuition doing more than harm than good for our young people.
You, and me, and others allowed this mess to happen since we fail to hold politicians accountable for allowing the insurance companies to make politicians their bitches.
Why don't you run down the reasons we should care. I'm not being kneejerkish here. I have friends that are artists... lots. I'm just not sure why the government should pay for it.
Thanks in advance.
There was once a time Presidents cared for the arts
You bastards, you broke Brichy!
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Oh. Wait. They still do that in Mexico don't they?
Thanks barf. They force people to convert to Catholicism in Mexico.
Congratulations, you've just diagnosed a software program that is used to run this website, given that software is why my post ended up here twice. It even generated an error message telling me that I needed to try again because there was some form of error.
Then I guess I will have to point out that I did ask you only about the US, but I would like to know where on earth there is a tax imposed on non christians by a government that is doing so in the name of christianity. I would also like to know, where on earth there is a government that insist all non christians convert to christianity, or be killed.
The last one that I am aware of was Mexico at some point like 50 years ago. No shit.
Where is this place now?
I guess I will have to spell it out for you Bric: YES, Christianity is doing that- present tense. Maybe not in your backyard, but it is occurring in various locations across the globe.
Some would contend that it is even occurring in the United States, but that is perhaps up for debate.
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Thought of Jerry tonight and looked this up again to see if the pos that did this was ever caught. I can't seem to find anything about an arrest. I hope they find whoever did this.
How exciting that Trumptards are now commenting on fine art reviews!
I had heard you were back Mr. Butcher I for one am glad your writing once again.
freedom of speech, freedom to create art, is one of the corner stones of our republic. when that part of our culture, has been watered down, or revoked, then we end up like the former U.S.S.R.
I'm glad that people/artists are voicing their opinions, or the current state of affairs...as for the usual comments about Black History Month, I'm glad it happens every FEB, and I've learned a lot about the struggles that Black America has gone thru...but the overall whining about why it isn't more mainstream, gets tiring...after all, where is Polish culture month? white culture? or better yet, asian or hispanic month(s) as for trump, remember almost 60 million people, voted him in, instead of Hillary Clinton, many really, do not like President Trump, but chose to diss him, and disrespect him...
MS Kite, We changed the diagnosis from manic-depression to bi-polar due to frequent substitution of anger for depression although of course the behaviors usually manifest from the same causation. Stuttering is as you can see, not uncommon. The reaction formation is a successful attempt to avoid reflection by deflection. If you continue to ask him questions his anxiety level will rise until which time he is again banished from this site and must undergo a very superficial identity change while maintaining his core pathology. So sit back and observe, a human subject is considerably more entertaining than a rat nor as sympathetic as a monkey
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