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Feb 12, 2020 12:03:30   #
dtucker300 Loc: Vista, CA
 
permafrost wrote:
Spin,,,, you have to stop hugging the BS from the right wing orange loving fish wrap media..

They were created to promote the lies of the far right and that is all they do..

When Reagan removed the Fairness act from the media he made a huge mistake, released the likes of Rush and all the hate radio promoters of hate..

Along with the Citizens United mistake, have done the most to create the ruin of our political process which we see today..


PETA? Is that the "People Eating Tasty Animals" group?

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Feb 12, 2020 12:09:25   #
permafrost Loc: Minnesota
 
American Vet wrote:
Sorry for you but there is just as much data that shows President Trump is making it better.

Our unemployment rate stands at 3.8 percent, a remarkable figure most presidents never achieve during their time in office. The unemployment rate during the first 26 months of the Trump administration averaged 4.1 percent, the lowest rate of any administration since the Bureau of Labor Statistics started tracking the statistic in 1948. The labor market continues growing stronger every month, consistently beating the expectations of all the skeptical establishment economists who continue to forecast an impending recession. The country added a solid 196,000 jobs last month, which comfortably exceeded the predicted increase of 170,000 jobs.

https://thehill.com/opinion/white-house/441196-trump-rescued-america-from-the-economic-oblivion-under-obama
Sorry for you but there is just as much data that ... (show quote)




No matter what the truth we show you, never will you grasp the damage your orange cult leader is doing to the country at the expense of those who put him into the oval office.

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Feb 12, 2020 12:11:50   #
permafrost Loc: Minnesota
 
dtucker300 wrote:
PETA? Is that the "People Eating Tasty Animals" group?




PETA??? what are you trying to talk about????

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Feb 12, 2020 12:21:28   #
nwtk2007
 
permafrost wrote:
https://apnews.com/f78f4205f474482db8bb8fa7a5ebfa2


WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump is exaggerating his role in bringing economic gains to black Americans.

Brushing off criticism that his tweets against nonwhite lawmakers are racist, Trump asserts that he’s done plenty to improve the fortunes of African Americans as seen by their low unemployment rate, while Democrats have done nothing. That’s not the case.

A look at the claim:

TRUMP: “The facts speak far louder than words! The Democrats always play the Race Card, when in fact they have done so little for our Nation’s great African American people. Now, lowest unemployment in U.S. history, and only getting better.” — tweet Sunday.


THE FACTS: Trump is seeking credit he doesn’t deserve for black job growth. He’s also wrong to assert that Democrats haven’t done anything to improve the economic situation for African Americans.

It’s true that black unemployment did reach a record low during the Trump administration: 5.9 percent in May 2018. It currently stands at 6 percent.

But many economists view the continued economic growth since the middle of 2009, when Democratic President Barack Obama was in office, as the primary explanation for hiring. More important, there are multiple signs that the racial wealth gap is now worsening and the administration appears to have done little, if anything, to specifically address this challenge.

African Americans also had higher income prior to the Trump administration. A black household earned median income of $40,258 in 2017, the latest data available. That’s below a 2000 peak of $42,348, according to the Census Bureau.

The most dramatic drop in black unemployment came under Obama, when it fell from a recession high of 16.8 percent in March 2010 to 7.8 percent in January 2017.

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AP Economics Writer Christopher Rugaber contributed to this report.

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https://apnews.com/f78f4205f474482db8bb8fa7a5ebfa2... (show quote)


Obama was know for a huge increase in part time jobs because businesses couldn't afford the cost of health insurance that his "plan" imposed on them. Obama's "stimulus" produced full time, "shovel ready" jobs at a rate of $400,000 per job created. Obama was all about making hard working people pay for not so hard working people.

At present, tell me, do you honestly think more black people will vote for the democrat than Trump in 2020??????

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Feb 12, 2020 12:26:53   #
American Vet
 
permafrost wrote:
When Reagan removed the Fairness act from the media he made a huge mistake, released the likes of Rush and all the hate radio promoters of hate...


Yeah, don't you just hate free speech and all that stuff.......

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Feb 12, 2020 12:36:24   #
rebob14
 
PeterS wrote:
Ain't that the truth...


I voted for Obama......once! Not the second term, and not because I hated him, but because he was a racist, which didn’t bother me much, and was a socialist which bothered me alot!! I read both of his books before the 2008 election and totally missed his desire for revenge against white colonialism.........which, by the way, happened a couple of centuries before he, and us, were born!! So.......he preyed on white guilt and tax dollars as weapons of his little vendetta and in the process set the race relations back to the sixties.

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Feb 12, 2020 12:37:10   #
permafrost Loc: Minnesota
 
nwtk2007 wrote:
Obama was know for a huge increase in part time jobs because businesses couldn't afford the cost of health insurance that his "plan" imposed on them. Obama's "stimulus" produced full time, "shovel ready" jobs at a rate of $400,000 per job created. Obama was all about making hard working people pay for not so hard working people.

At present, tell me, do you honestly think more black people will vote for the democrat than Trump in 2020??????




You really do swallow it all don't you....



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Feb 12, 2020 12:40:27   #
permafrost Loc: Minnesota
 
American Vet wrote:
Yeah, don't you just hate free speech and all that stuff.......


News flash.. the removal of the Fairness act repressed free speech and does to this day..

one more Republican blow to the America our founders hoped for..



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Feb 12, 2020 12:44:12   #
American Vet
 
permafrost wrote:
News flash.. the removal of the Fairness act repressed free speech and does to this day..

one more Republican blow to the America our founders hoped for..


Actually, quite the opposite. Thanks for your opinion.....

But feel free to explain how free speech is suppressed today. I look forward to your input..

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Feb 12, 2020 12:44:48   #
permafrost Loc: Minnesota
 
rebob14 wrote:
I voted for Obama......once! Not the second term, and not because I hated him, but because he was a racist, which didn’t bother me much, and was a socialist which bothered me alot!! I read both of his books before the 2008 election and totally missed his desire for revenge against white colonialism.........which, by the way, happened a couple of centuries before he, and us, were born!! So.......he preyed on white guilt and tax dollars as weapons of his little vendetta and in the process set the race relations back to the sixties.
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the set back of race relations was from the right wing hate groups that wanted to lynch him on the white house lawn..

read the methods proposed for lynching and/or killing him on OPP.. pages of them..

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Feb 12, 2020 12:45:55   #
nwtk2007
 
permafrost wrote:
You really do swallow it all don't you....


http://www.investing.com/news/economy/nearly-95-of-all-job-growth-during-obama-era-part-time,-contract-work-449057

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Feb 12, 2020 12:53:09   #
dtucker300 Loc: Vista, CA
 
permafrost wrote:
PETA??? what are you trying to talk about????


Your meme "We rather go naked than wear fur." Did you forget what you posted already?

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Feb 12, 2020 13:04:06   #
fullspinzoo
 
permafrost wrote:
the set back of race relations was from the right wing hate groups that wanted to lynch him on the white house lawn..

read the methods proposed for lynching and/or killing him on OPP.. pages of them..


You are delusional.

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Feb 12, 2020 13:05:39   #
permafrost Loc: Minnesota
 
American Vet wrote:
Actually, quite the opposite. Thanks for your opinion.....

But feel free to explain how free speech is suppressed today. I look forward to your input..



It was very difficult for Reagan and his administration to remove the act, but on the other hand it would be even more difficult to revive it.

https://muse.jhu.edu/article/612934

While today the Fairness Doctrine is associated with names like Rush Limbaugh, who was among its beneficiaries, this article brings to the forefront the names of Mark Fowler and Dennis Patrick, the chairmen of the FCC who presided over the process of repealing the doctrine. The research for this paper includes interviews with Fowler and Patrick and other principal actors who uniquely illuminate the story of repeal. The research also includes a review of FCC documents, including more than one hundred letters from various parties in 1984–85 that provide insight into positions and interests on both sides.

This research examines the role of the FCC chairmen as political entrepreneurs confronting challenges in the institutional environment and assuming the “risk” associated with dissenting from some in their own party. Although Fowler and Patrick served under a president who supported repeal, they ultimately required “cover” from the Supreme Court to change Fairness Doctrine policy. The story evaluates their success according to criteria associated with successful political entrepreneurs, including reputation, bureaucratic autonomy, and risk. It critically assesses to what extent their achievements were hindered by forces of opposition from their own party and facilitated by opinions of the courts. [End Page 376]

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This is what most Dems think and support on the free speech position..

https://www.aclu.org/issues/free-speech

Freedom of expression is the matrix, the indispensable condition, of nearly every other form of freedom.”

—U.S. Supreme Court Justice Benjamin N. Cardozo in Palko v. Connecticut

Freedom of speech, the press, association, assembly, and petition: This set of guarantees, protected by the First Amendment, comprises what we refer to as freedom of expression. It is the foundation of a vibrant democracy, and without it, other fundamental rights, like the right to vote, would wither away.

The fight for freedom of speech has been a bedrock of the ACLU’s mission since the organization was founded in 1920, driven by the need to protect the constitutional rights of conscientious objectors and anti-war protesters. The organization’s work quickly spread to combating censorship, securing the right to assembly, and promoting free speech in schools.

Almost a century later, these battles have taken on new forms, but they persist. The ACLU’s Speech, Privacy, and Technology Project continues to champion freedom of expression in its myriad forms — whether through protest, media, online speech, or the arts — in the face of new threats. For example, new avenues for censorship have arisen alongside the wealth of opportunities for speech afforded by the Internet. The threat of mass government surveillance chills the free expression of ordinary citizens, legislators routinely attempt to place new restrictions on online activity, and journalism is criminalized in the name of national security. The ACLU is always on guard to ensure that the First Amendment’s protections remain robust — in times of war or peace, for bloggers or the institutional press, online or off.

Over the years, the ACLU has represented or defended individuals engaged in some truly offensive speech. We have defended the speech rights of communists, Nazis, Ku Klux Klan members, accused terrorists, pornographers, anti-LGBT activists, and flag burners. That’s because the defense of freedom of speech is most necessary when the message is one most people find repulsive. Constitutional rights must apply to even the most unpopular groups if they’re going to be preserved for everyone.

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Feb 12, 2020 13:07:23   #
permafrost Loc: Minnesota
 
dtucker300 wrote:
Your meme "We rather go naked than wear fur." Did you forget what you posted already?




It happens....LOL So, yes i did... forget..

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