What difference does it make?
Some of us are ld enough to remember a time when insurance policies were pretty much just major medical. In a free market, we would be able to choose that.
Changing insurance after getting sick means you do not actually understand insurance. Let's talk about cars. Changing policies after you've already had an accident? Good luck.
Live lietening: OK - the first minute is funny. Potential!
Minute 2: WTF is a Social Justice attorney? 2:14 LOL!
Went to the site, disclaimer says, "Obvious parody is obvious," so Osan, you can stop sobbing now. Some things are stil right with the world.
And this is hysterical - they've done a great job.
I am not enamored with any of the top 3. Philosophically I align with Petersen. I like McAffe because he shoots right from the hip. I think Johnson is the most electable.
I am prepared to support any of them if fr no other reason than breaking the 2 party system. But if history is any indicator, the young rabid libertarians will not pull together after the primary. 2/3 rds will slink off and put, proudly refusing to vote for the lesser evil who won the nomination.
Which makes pandering to them pointless.
I must commend the College Republicans for being far more sane than I am. I would have clubbed someone. If there's gonna be a war, then let's get it on.
Side note, according to Tom Woods, not only did they pay for the venue, they were charged a last minute security fee of $1000. They should get their money back.
I have never been a Rockwell fan, and his embrace of Trump certainly hasn't changed that! But he is one of Ron Paul's friends. Do you think that Ron Paul has stopped returning his calls just because Rockwell has taken a different position in this election season? Because I don't.
Back in 2007/08, they were all over Youtube every time the subject of Tibet came up. Their English (or lack of it) gave them away - their grammar was never quite right, but since half the college grads I know seem to end up in CHina teaching English, I'm sure that's no longer a problem
So the Venezuelans spanked their kids and made the economy collapse. Got it - thanks for the heads up!
And as far as the "it's the oil prices, stupid!" argument, others say that's only a part of the problem, and that the beginning of the end predates the fall in oil prices.
This is circa 2009:
I am not sure why you think that I believe immigrants are not biologically human. Is that simply a passive aggressive statement about our differences on immigration?
AmyPi spent a good part of her career working on a TB vaccine. Hence my reference. To answer your question, unfortunately, there is not a truly effective vaccine in the market. Which is why I thought reimporting the disease was problematic, which it appears I was wrong about.
Uh, no. Not because I decreed it so. Because it is what it is. I said a specific point was incorrect. You said that meant therefore I agreed that that the rest of the article was correct. That's an error in reasoning, aka a logical fallacy.
Because that's generally how studies are run. One creates a hypothesis, then one looks to prove it.
That's simply ridiculous hyperbole. It is not intended as a beverage, and you know it. You're just making noise for no apparent reason.
We can't prove anything is not a carcinogen. The title only says that the data indicates it is unlikely to cause cancer.
I am only politely asking for the evidence that indicates it might be a carcinogen.