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    Slavery was obviously not a primary mover for the...

    Slavery was obviously not a primary mover for the US revolution. Only about 30% of colonists lived in one of the four slave allowing colonies while the other 9 had 70% of the population.
    In fact,...
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    No, the US gets very little oil from Venezuela. ...

    No, the US gets very little oil from Venezuela. There has been an embargo in place since 2019 and Biden (stupidly) has removed those in favor of cutting domestic production. But even so, Venezuela...
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    So, more hearsay from unknown / unnamed sources...

    So, more hearsay from unknown / unnamed sources...
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    Yes, I did. I clearly stated it has no value as...

    Yes, I did. I clearly stated it has no value as a factual work of history being an historical novel. As something read in an English class it could have value. That, of course, depends on how well...
  5. No, more like a slight and temporary detour--and...

    No, more like a slight and temporary detour--and not for the first or last time. Biden and the Left are in ascendency but on the verge of collapse and defeat. Like a rocket, they've run out of fuel...
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    Or, capture it for use... ...

    Or, capture it for use...

    https://www.dnv.com/technology-innovation/gas-flaring/index.html

    By the way, we don't get diesel fuel straight from an oil well...
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    The 1619 Project is often factually wrong. ...

    The 1619 Project is often factually wrong. There's no arguing that.

    https://www.aier.org/article/fact-checking-the-1619-project-and-its-critics/

    Even a radical Leftist Socialist site points...
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    That sometimes, not using a particular book or...

    That sometimes, not using a particular book or text is justified, even to the point of banning it. That doesn't mean it should be entirely banned, just that in certain settings--like education--it...
  9. They've become the new fascists of the planet and...

    They've become the new fascists of the planet and just as dangerous as past fascists.
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    Solar and wind certainly are not. Natural gas is...

    Solar and wind certainly are not. Natural gas is a great bridge to nuclear and should remain as a secondary source for peaking and other intermittent loads. Solar and wind should be entirely...
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    Your reducto ad absurdum fallacy notwithstanding:...

    Your reducto ad absurdum fallacy notwithstanding:


    https://www.chccs.org/domain/2623#calendar14581/20220701/month

    Another example is the Little Village Social Justice High School in Lawndale,...
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    The list I gave you of specific schools is.

    The list I gave you of specific schools is.
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    https://www.socialstudies.org/professional-learnin...

    https://www.socialstudies.org/professional-learning/1619-project-middle-high-school-social-studies

    Easy-peasy. Leftists are proud of their profound stupidity.
  14. No, he didn't. He just listed some groups that...

    No, he didn't. He just listed some groups that supposedly hate the idea without ever stating beyond some vague generalities (that by the way are partially wrong) what the idea itself is.
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    Will an example satisfy you?

    Will an example satisfy you?
  16. Nope, and unlike you and your buddy Joke in the...

    Nope, and unlike you and your buddy Joke in the White House I neither copied it off someone or plagiarized it.
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    As a fictional novel, that's fine. The Japanese...

    As a fictional novel, that's fine. The Japanese internment was a poor thing in US history. Of course, the internment of Americans of German and Italian origins is overlooked.
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  18. I want to read his answer first, then I'll...

    I want to read his answer first, then I'll respond, and to you too since I've already done the homework to do so.
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    https://dc.medill.northwestern.edu/blog/2020/07/21...

    https://dc.medill.northwestern.edu/blog/2020/07/21/the-1619-project-curriculum-taught-in-over-4500-schools-frederick-county-public-schools-has-the-option/#sthash.AmhYxrDG.dpbs
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  20. Life is dangerous in many Democrat run US cities,...

    Life is dangerous in many Democrat run US cities, so? In fact, many Democrat run cities in the US are more dangerous than the countries most asylum seekers come from. They're also slowly filling up...
  21. While I know you aren't a "conspiracy-addled...

    While I know you aren't a "conspiracy-addled MAGA," you are a idiot who has no idea what "Liberal World Order" actually means. So, where do you fit into that?
  22. Remain in Mexico isn't a "bad thing." It's a...

    Remain in Mexico isn't a "bad thing." It's a good thing. I'd estimate that 90% + of all asylum applicants would / should be rejected by the US based on their claims alone. In fact, 90%+ could make...
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    Many more progressive schools are already doing...

    Many more progressive schools are already doing that. The aforementioned The 1619 Project is a perfect example. It is used in thousands of schools across the US as a history text even after being...
  24. Huh?

    Huh?
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    Do you share it with Mark Levin? Just curious......

    Do you share it with Mark Levin? Just curious... :awesome:
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