Tyler Calder (el 03/12/13 a las 11:02 pm)
I like the Diamond-Water Paradox thrown in there.
wmyl (el 21/11/13 a las 11:05 pm)
chefstevekirsch (el 29/10/13 a las 11:15 am)
Haha..I'm sure that the person wrote "It's because Reagan cut funding from
the Department of Education" right?
paragshah2112 (el 25/10/13 a las 6:07 am)
"And though the U.S. IS creeping toward totalitarianism ... " ??? if
totalitarianism could be metaphorically likened to cancer, then it has
practically metastasized on the body politic.
SaulOhio (el 11/10/13 a las 12:44 am)
I'd like to see the blooper reel on this video. How many times did he fall
over or have to wave his hands around to keep his balance?
jmw150 (el 12/09/13 a las 3:32 am)
Seeing as the goal is to get more students into a better life, this method
works. I'm sure you understand that by now though.
MrLibertyFighter (el 16/08/13 a las 4:58 am)
Umm, yes...I apologize for any ambiguity, but I must say you seem
needlessly argumentative...at any rate, your last post is exactly what I'm
trying to get across. I have never said the separation was only for
churches...it was, as you said, to be absolute between the two.
Tucker Iacobacci (el 15/08/13 a las 8:16 am)
No it isn't. Many people disagree with Abortion, I do, and they don't pass
laws to ban it, like I don't want to happen. Many people in power disagree
with things religiously but don't force their religion on people. So it in
not impossible, or a new idea.
Tucker Iacobacci (el 16/08/13 a las 12:22 am)
No, the law was made for Politicians, and this is shown when John Q Adams
was sworn in on a book of laws instead of the Bible because he believed in
the separation of church and state to be absolute. So you are wrong for the
separation to only be for churches.
MrLibertyFighter (el 15/08/13 a las 5:19 pm)
My point is that the idea of separation of church and state is not to be
applied to the individual in a position of government. It was intended
solely for the entities of church and state to remain disentangled, i.e.
laws cannot be made that favor churches over other entities and laws cannot
be made that limit church's basic rights.. I'm pretty sure we're in