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  • Senate Candidate Rejects Individualism

    09/25/2011 1:13:36 PM PDT · by John Semmens · 18 replies
    Massachusetts Democratic Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren dismissed the GOP’s “class warfare” criticism of President Obama’s push for tax increases as “founded on fantastical notions about individual rights.” “The argument that people somehow have a ‘right’ to keep what they earn is totally bogus,” Warren contended. “In our complex economy it takes cooperation to produce anything. Who can say what anybody has ‘earned?’” Rather than leave the allocation of rewards to what she characterized as “the arbitrary whims of the market,” Warren argued for a “socially determined distribution of the jointly produced output.” “Wouldn’t it be more equitable for the people’s...
  • Uncle John's (Edwards) Cabin

    01/28/2007 11:34:37 AM PST · by crymeariver · 76 replies · 2,593+ views
    The Raleigh News & Observor ^ | 01/28/2007 | Robb Christensen
    Rob Christensen, Staff Writer CHAPEL HILL - Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards, who toured the country last fall talking about other people's homes, is now fielding questions about his own $6 million estate outside Chapel Hill. Edwards had hit the talk show circuit to plug his book "Home: The Blueprints of Our Lives," which describes the childhood homes of various more-or-less famous people, including his own modest mill village houses. But since he announced his second run for the presidency in December, Edwards has been more likely to be asked whether there is any contradiction between his 29,000-square-foot Orange County...
  • They say Bush lied? Well then, so did they!!!!

    06/15/2006 4:00:21 PM PDT · by Craig DeLuz · 1 replies · 203+ views
    The Home of Uncommon Sense ^ | 06/15/2006 | Craig DeLuz
    You may have already seen this video. But it does such a great job of demonstrating the hypocricy of the left when it comes to the war in Iraq that I had to post it. Click Here for Video
  • Individualism: the only cure for racism

    07/22/2004 10:25:25 AM PDT · by EUPHORIC · 11 replies · 535+ views
    DiscussAnything.com ^ | 07/20/2002 | Edwin A. Locke Phd.
    individualism: the only cure for racism Edwin A. Locke, Ph.D. It is now taken as a virtual axiom that the way to cure racism is through the promulgation of racial and ethnic diversity within corporations, universities, government agencies and other institutions. The diversity movement has many facets: diversity awareness, diversity training, diversity hiring and admissions, diversity promotions, and diversity accommodations (e.g., black student organizations and facilities at universities). The common feature in all these facets is: racial preference. If diversity is the cure, however, why, instead of promoting racial harmony, has it brought racial division and conflict? The answer is...
  • 'Breeders' Beware: The Bay Area Is An Unfriendly Place

    01/06/2004 1:07:29 AM PST · by pcx99 · 30 replies · 184+ views
    SFGate ^ | 01/05/04 | Jennifer Nelson
    <p>In the three years since I moved to the Bay Area, I have been astounded at the general rudeness of people in the area and, more specifically, the antichildren, antifamily attitude that prevails.</p> <p>Although I grew up in the Sierra foothills, I had never lived in the Bay Area until my husband and I moved our family from Illinois to the East Bay three years ago. We settled in Oakland, trying to shorten the daily commute into San Francisco as much as possible.</p>