Is President Trump’s migrant executive order a brilliant political move?

I have a hypothesis that Trump knows that if he signs an executive order banning birthright citizenship, that it will be found unconstitutional by the supreme court. This is a way that Trump can show his views on immigration, while at the same time giving an easy toss-up to show that the supreme court, especially […]

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Missouri should cut off Illinois from the St. Louis area Metrolink for passenger safety.

  Here’s a friendly reminder that having a gun to protect yourself on the Metrolink in the St. Louis area is a felony as far as I know. The people who patrol the stations and sometimes trains of the rail system are not actual police officers, but hired private security who don’t have the authority […]

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People who say some others want free health care need to give fair arguments for helpful discourse.

If the government provides universal health care in the USA, in my opinion it will probably be not good quality. I also believe that this should be done at the state level, and only the states that vote to have universal health care should have it, while states that want free market health care should […]

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If charities have more support, then there might be less need for government funding.

I started a website called www.DonateToMedicalResearch.com. It’s original goal is to be a small database of places that people can donate to for medical research, based on medical issue. So if someone has a medical issue, they can look up the medical issue and donate to it in the hopes that their medical issue can […]

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Here’s how voting for Libertarian party candidates can be like ‘none of the above’ votes.

It’s best to vote for who you think is the best candidate. This way, even if your favorite candidate loses, the winning candidate can see that a certain set of viewpoints was popular enough to get votes. Then, from there, those viewpoints should be considered more by the winning politician. If you are voting and […]

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Here are some ways to start converting millennials away from the left.

Short itemized version: -Stop telling millennials how much you think they suck. -Tell them how capitalism helps people in their age range specifically. -Work for less military intervention, and more infrastructure improvements. -Republicans should stop pushing religion on people who aren’t a part of it, and offer religious freedom if they want it for themselves. […]

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Here’s a way to try to convince people to join your side of politics.

Treat them how you would want to be treated if you were trying to learn about an apposing viewpoint. For example, when people use ‘libtard’, call the opposing side stupid for having their beliefs, etc, it might make them feel embarrassed and unwelcome if they had those views. Some might double down on their beliefs […]

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Here’s an easy way to work for egalitarianism.

Every little bit counts when working for equal opportunity. There are different issues that men and women face, and politicians should know about these issues. For example, the sexist Nguyen vs INS ruling, which is sexist again men, should be reversed. People want to talk about systemic sexism? This is one example right here. Indiana, […]

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Yes, some voters do care about the $21 trillion in debt, and the $210 trillion in unfunded liabilities

The debt situation is needs to be fixed, and I propose that the budget in all areas come down proportionally to 80% of tax revenue. The USA has $21 trillion worth of debt, and an extra $210 trillion (210,000,000,000,000) in unfunded liabilities. Unfunded liabilities are¬†any liability, debt, or obligation that does not have savings set […]

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