Maybe, like I said, it's more complicated than that. Employers did like that migrant workers, in general, did not join the union, though they won't admit to that being why they hired migrant workers. The podcast tells their side. NPR did an 8 week study on Albertville, I suggest listening to it.
Hitler was a Christian. Like Luther, who hated Jews.
*A crazy person with no life... Lol bish [gender neutral bish] find a hobby. A friend. Something.
Canada is the largest consumer of American steel.
What you have pointed out is that Liberty is a value to be considered in addition to life. Someone who is going to die anyway and has no choice about things is different from someone who has both life and liberty. Donating your own life doesn't take away your liberty. This can all be handled by considering liberty in with the math, and so taking away life and liberty from people is not equal to merely restoring life or merely restoring liberty. One might instead weigh lives differently based on whether or not someone is willing to give their own life up for a good cause. The difference between a volunteer army and a drafted one lives in here.
why is it a crime when I copy god?
What is this supposed to mean?
I remember this from slightly before Trump when the "scientific racists" were doing this to negative reviews of Nicholas Wade's dumb book. It was the same group flooding comments all over the place. So I wasn't totally surprised at the pro-Trump things over at TA, but the volume was off the charts. Disqus really does make this easier though.
Where is the "brilliant" part?
Especially now with yelp
Love, hate, compassion and kindness aren't things humans made, they're traits humans have. Ditto morality.
Duchesseseseses don't take breaks!
I agree, "intent to materially harm people" would be a strong indicator.
Anyone with a computer or smartphone has to post their opinion, wanted or not. That's the world celebrities live in, and to a lesser extent everyone. For many, if you don't post your opinion, you don't exist. They would never say these things in person.
Really, Vonnegut? I dunno... I've only read Slaughterhouse Five... but... it was so clearly "this is a guy struggling with severe PTSD after being a soldier, and its causing dissociative episodes." I don't understand how it was considered a masterpiece. Maybe because it was written before we really understood how destructive PTSD could be?