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    What Is Christian Nationalism?

    “Christian nationalism is the belief that the American nation is defined by Christianity, and that the government should take active steps to keep it that way. Popularly, Christian nationalists assert that America is and must remain a “Christian nation”—not merely as an observation about...
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    Karl Marx's criticisms of religion

    “Marx's view of religion Karl Marx thought that religion was an illusion, with no real God or supernatural reality standing in the background. Religion was a force that stopped human societies from changing. A social institution Marx believed that religion was a social institution, and...
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    Why God is imaginary

    Because he/she/it fits the definitions: imaginary adjective Something that is imaginary is created by and exists only in the mind https://dictionary.cambridge.org/us/dictionary/english/imaginary imagination Imagination refers to the process of forming images or concepts in the mind, often...
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    Wetter and stronger: Hurricane Fiona and two typhoons drive home climate concerns

    “Powerful storms battered three disparate, far-flung corners of the planet over the weekend, but they had one thing in common: They were made stronger and wetter by climate change. From Hurricane Fiona barreling over Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic to Typhoon Nanmadol pounding Japan, to...
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    Are the Effects of Global Warming Really that Bad?

    “Short answer: Yes. Even a seemingly slight average temperature rise is enough to cause a dramatic transformation of our planet. Five and a half degrees Fahrenheit. It may not sound like much—perhaps the difference between wearing a sweater and not wearing one on an early-spring day. But for...
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    The five best reasons not to believe in God

    I only need one: “NO EVIDENCE. Most things which we accept, we accept on the basis of proof. That proof is not always rock solid (some of it is based on spurious media claims, for example) but there is a standard to which we hold most of our beliefs. Things that don’t meet that standard – the...
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    REPORT: TRUMP THOUGHT HE COULD STOP BIDEN’S PRESIDENCY BY LITERALLY REFUSING TO LEAVE THE WHITE HOUSE

    Yet more planned lawlessness on the part of Trump: “New York Times scribe Maggie Habermanreports Trump spent the days following his loss telling aides that, despite a long-respected custom to do otherwise, he would not be leaving the White House on January 20. “I’m just not going to leave,”...
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    Speaking at a rally in Pennsylvania, Donald Trump praised Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping.

    “Former President Donald Trump praised Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping during a Saturday rally in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, a video shows. "I've got to know a lot of the foreign leaders, and let me tell you, unlike our leader, they're at the top of their...
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    [W:#48]Himalayan glaciers are melting at ‘exceptional’ rates

    “Glaciers in the Himalayas are melting at an “exceptional” rate as they have lost ice 10 times more quickly over the last few decades than on average in previous decades after the so-called Little Ice Age. In fact, Himalayan glaciers are disappearing far more rapidly than glaciers elsewhere...
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    Trump White House biography

    We know that every president writes a book about his time in the WH. It’s been 20 months since he left, but there hasn’t been any news about it. By this time with Obama, we had learned that he was writing much of it himself and that it would thus be awhile before it would be published. You...
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    My theory as to why Trump took all those boxes of GOVERNMENT material out of the WH

    I think that Trump’s decision to take government files that were not his was so that he had “reference material” to write his White House biography. We all know that he can just barely read or write, and he can’t seem to remember today what happened yesterday, so he is clearly probably not...
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    Trump, Jan 6 riot, white trash

    Trump was angry at Capitol mob only because they looked ‘cheap and poor’: report White House source says US president initially enjoyed storming of building, but then became furious at how ‘white trash’ would tarnish his image, according to UK newspaper “A White House source speaking with The...
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    From NASA, Aug 9, 2022: Scientific Consensus: Earth's Climate Is Warming

    Temperature data showing rapid warming in the past few decades, the latest data going up to 2021. According to NASA data, 2016 and 2020 tied for the warmest year since 1880, continuing a long-term trend of rising global temperatures. The 15 warmest years on record have occurred since 2005, with...
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    Trump the Commander-in-Chief

    “.....Trump told his new chief of staff, John Kelly—like Mattis, a retired Marine Corps general—about his vision for Independence Day. “Look, I don’t want any wounded guys in the parade,” Trump said. “This doesn’t look good for me.” He explained with distaste that at the Bastille Day parade...
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    July 2022 climate change events

    “The July 2022 global surface temperature departure was the sixth highest for July in the 143-year record at 0.87°C (1.57°F) above the 20th century average of 15.8°C (60.4°F). The five warmest Julys on record have all occurred since 2016. July 2022 also marked the 46th consecutive July and the...
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    The drought across Europe is drying up rivers, killing fish and shriveling crops

    “There has been no significant rainfall for almost two months in Western, Central and Southern Europe. And the dry period is expected to continue in what experts say could be the worst drought in 500 years Climate change is exacerbating conditions as hotter temperatures speed up evaporation...
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    Hot nights: US in July sets new record for overnight warmth

    “The average low temperature for the Lower 48 states in July was 63.6 degrees (17.6 Celsius), which beat the previous record set in 2011 by a few hundredths of a degree. The mark is not only the hottest nightly average for July, but for any month in 128 years of record keeping, said National...
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    The constant psychological projection of right wingers

    Psychological projection means making accusations towards others of those negative traits and motives and actions that a person actually possesses themselves. I first noticed it among right wingers when occasionally listening to Rush Limbaugh over 25 years ago. As an example, he often called...
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    AR-15 Rifles: The instruments of slaughter & murder in America

    The trial of the hateful liar Alex Jones got me to thinking about how the gun wackos get extremely upset when the term "slaughter" is used in reference to mass murders in a very short period of time by a shooter wielding an assault-style rifle. ' Let's take a look at the definition to see if...
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    St Louis flooding made more likely by global warming/climate change

    “Record-breaking rainfall that caused flash flooding in the St. Louis area Tuesday morning, leaving cars trapped on streets, causing road closures and at least one death, is not just a freak occurrence: It’s a manifestation of human-caused climate change. By 7 a.m. Central time, rainfall since...
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