Once again WordPress has ignored my request not to advertise abortion services on my blog. Thus here are some videos that show the other side of the argument.
How many non-abortion services does PP provide?
Though I’ve got Mueller Report Fatigue, Scott Adams offers some good insights.
My idea for future debates is that every candidate stands over a trap door. If he or she does not directly answer a question asked, the door opens and they’re done for the night. This would be used for debates at all levels of government. It’s so annoying that they get away with that tactic.
There would be a mattress at the bottom of the pit. I don’t want anyone to get hurt.
I’m not sure what to do with the people to talk too long or interrupt. Ideas?
Tonight the first of two Democratic Presidential Debates will be broadcast. Though I strongly believe in our political system, it already seems like this campaign has been going on for ages. The first primaries aren’t until January. The election isn’t till November next year.
I do wish that the time to throw your hat in the ring was August of the year prior to the election and that the first debate was at the end of September or even early October.
Hats off to countries like Japan that vote for their leaders within in a 2 week time period. I do realize they use the parliamentary system, which is different, but this campaign “season” seems to have started the day following out last election.
I don’t blame people if they don’t watch yet since several of the candidates are virtual unknowns and might not make it past New Hampshire.
Start your week with Ben and Mark discussing free speech, liberty, the press, etc.
Serpentza offers insights we all should consider if we want to understand modern China.
I agree that China cries wolf a lot and tries to manipulate its people to a great degree.