As Gunny had mentioned, Eminent Domain is in the Constitution, and Castle properly identified it's correct application. I also have less than zero problem with this answer.
It's rather clear that his position is constitutional in the context he provided.
:rolleyes: Right. Because when Ann tweeted Trump saying that he was going to make the illegals pay taxes and added her rebuttal stating that that meant we'd have to pay illegals 35K that was really just her way of saying "I support Trump 100%!"
Before I was a lawyer I did statistical analysis for epidemiologists, psychologists and behavioral health scientists. My name is even on published papers. Most of the studies I worked were not on communicable diseases but I am familiar with how studies are designed and how someone comes up with controls and their null hypothesis.
Glad you enjoyed the discussion. I did as well.
So....people who don't support Trump are KKK members? :rolleyes:
And why do you need someone else to let you know that Trump flip flopped on immigration? Don't you have brains enough to figure that out based on Trump's own words?
LOL. Trump did the market research on what he needed to win the nomination, said exactly what he needed to win, and no, after totally screwing up but stupidly attacking a Goldstar Family and looking like a fool, he's trying to win the general by throwing his own supporters under the bus. And they love him for it.
Cruz and his supporters were sitting back watching the fight like vultures hoping that Trump would take Rand out and Rand would weaken Trump. They got half their wish. I think it was a tactical mistake for Rand to attack Trump simply because he had nothing politically to gain from the move and everything to loose since nobody else was willing to join in. Having decided to attack Trump he should have found actual weak spots like attacking Trump for at one time supporting an assault weapons ban. Anyway....too late now.
Translation: "After Ann Coulter had a hissy fit on Twitter regarding Trump's immigration flip flop she realized it was better to just go along with it and pretend now that it's in our best interest to allow some immigrants to have what she wants condemned as amnesty."
Sending troops into Afghanistan was based on an identifiable U.S. national interest, namely that this guy named Osama Bin Laden who supposedly carried out the 9/11 attacks and was supposedly determined to attack the U.S. again and had undoubtedly been behind two U.S. embassy bombings was based there. What's the identifiable U.S. national interest for going after Kony in Uganda or intervening in Darfur? Rhetorical question.
Funny when lawyers start trying to be doctors. :)
As I said before, I am done discussing this topic with you. However, I am grateful that we had it because it helped me find those scientific publications which I didn't know existed. I praise the Lord for this, and I thank you as well!
So with people basically hocking and spitting in the cup for the experiment they only had small amounts of bacteria recovered.
And so you're extrapolating from an experiment done with people putting their mouths on a chalice to one where people are using a spoon and then dipping into the chalice to form a conclusion? You're ignoring the fact that with a spoon there is no possibility of backwash which means less saliva getting into the Orthodox chalice.
Here is a study that won't be done but probably should be. Have two groups of people drinking watered down wine from a communal chalice. You can use spoons or putting their lips on the chalice itself. In one group it's actually communion being done. In the other it's just people enjoying some watered down wine. See if there is any significant disease difference between the two groups. I strongly doubt there will be.
LOL. Anybody who spends time at RPF especially in the religion subforum. ;) FWIW everybody agrees that it's there's little to no chance of getting sick from a common communion cup. The only debate is if that's to be expected anyway.
Right. Criticizing someone for going back on the main campaign promise that caused most of his supporters to jump on his bandwagon is somehow a "hollow" criticism. :rolleyes: You're not even trying to put forward a logical argument at this point.
Man, seeing how threads turn out can be odd. A thread starting out with Christian "Liberty" trying to spread more theocratic statism based on poor interpretations of the scriptures ends up being a debate about whether you can catch cold (or worse) from a shared communion cup. Who knew this thread would go this direction?
Trump eager to return military equipment to police departments
The violent crisis in Ferguson, Missouri, two years ago rattled the country in a variety of ways, but one of the lasting debates focused on the militarization of local law enforcement. Many Americans weren’t just shocked by the unrest; they were surprised to see police officers carrying weapons of war while confronting civilians.