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  1. Axulus

    How should west respond to potential (likely) Russian invasion of Ukraine?

    The sanctions and isolation against Russia should be equally as strong as those against North Korea.
  2. Axulus

    How should west respond to potential (likely) Russian invasion of Ukraine?

    "China has refused to condemn Russia's attack on Ukraine Thursday, instead repeating calls for parties to "exercise restraint" and accusing the United States of "fueling fire" in the tensions." https://amp.cnn.com/cnn/europe/live-news/ukraine-russia-news-02-24-22-intl/index.html Of course they...
  3. Axulus

    How should west respond to potential (likely) Russian invasion of Ukraine?

    "Russia will not invade Ukraine" Do you admit you were completely wrong, or are you still delusional? Does this make you question your lying sources, or, like a true fundamentalist, will you conveniently explain it away using your religious doctrine?
  4. Axulus

    How should west respond to potential (likely) Russian invasion of Ukraine?

    Yep, the only good use for a signed agreement with Russia is use as toilet paper. No one should care about toilet paper unless one has just recently taken a shit.
  5. Axulus

    How should west respond to potential (likely) Russian invasion of Ukraine?

    Ukraine's big blunder was giving up nukes. You can be sure no country will ever make that mistake again, and more will likely try to develop them.
  6. Axulus

    How should west respond to potential (likely) Russian invasion of Ukraine?

    He is going to move the goal post and either claim this is not an invasion (sending in troops for "defense") and/or these rebel held "republics" are not part of Ukraine.
  7. Axulus

    Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Congresspeople owning corporate stock: "We're a free market economy"

    How do you define profiting from a conflict of interest? Does a yes vote on a stimulis bill where, when it passes, causes the entire stock market to react positively, constitute profiting off a conflict of interest when one owns any stock whatsoever?
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    Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Congresspeople owning corporate stock: "We're a free market economy"

    Congressional bills can move the entire market positively or negatively. Limiting members of congress to index funds doesn't remove this potential conflict of interest.
  9. Axulus

    How should west respond to potential (likely) Russian invasion of Ukraine?

    Putin's propaganda is not "actual news" just because it agrees with your biases, no matter how much you repeat this lie.
  10. Axulus

    It's gender critical coming out day

    No more exclusionist than anyone else who is not open to fuck any and all other types of people. Do you object to all sexual preference in general as such preference inherently will exclude some?
  11. Axulus

    It's gender critical coming out day

    "This is sexism. You are similar to a race realist (scientific racism)." Unbelievable the level of braindead comments this forum has become. You must be a masochist Metaphor to endure this crap on every one of your posts.
  12. Axulus

    Jussie Smollet - Horrible Hate Crime or Horrible Case of TDS?

    Maybe a few months behind bars and must pay full restitution for all the law enforcement resources wasted.
  13. Axulus

    Debt Ceiling Calamity VI - This Time It's Personal (Thanks Georgia, Biden's not agenda)

    I don't know about 'required', but they should do it and then use the repub 'no' votes in their message about how the repubs voted no to paying America's bills, voting for a default, stock market collapse, and deep recession. The fact that they aren't yet doing that shows they are playing...
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    Debt Ceiling Calamity VI - This Time It's Personal (Thanks Georgia, Biden's not agenda)

    I've read many articles that the democrats can raise the debt limit on their own using the budget reconciliation process, which is immune to a filibuster. They have so far refused to do so. If true, then it is actually the dems playing political games and gambling the economy...
  15. Axulus

    It looks like inflation is here

    The issue, however, is that velocity can pick up very quickly. Wouldn't it also be expected to rise back toward more normal levels?
  16. Axulus

    ACLU blocks woman's request for data on numbers of transgender inmates in women's prisons

    You should add another one to your list: if you oppose *any* of the tenants of trans ideology, you are transphobic and hate trans people.
  17. Axulus

    Several Democrats fighting for tax break for the rich

    https://www.cnbc.com/amp/2021/04/07/jamie-dimon-slams-state-and-local-tax-repeal-as-a-benefit-to-the-rich-.html
  18. Axulus

    The World-O-Meter Thread

    Went through Couer d'Alene, ID today. Everything pretty much back to as it was before pandemic. Maybe 5% of ppl wearing masks. No indoor mask mandate anymore. Bigger groups gathering indoors at shops and restaurants with little distancing.
  19. Axulus

    The World-O-Meter Thread

    Looks like we are heading back to 100k/day. Spring break surge hasn't yet begun.
  20. Axulus

    Standard Tests And Bias

    And using both GPA and SAT is an even better predictor. Why limit yourself to just one when both work together to add relevant information to help determine likelihood of successful completion of a program? https://www.jamesgmartin.center/2020/02/gpa-or-sat-two-measures-are-better-than-one/
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