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About Peaceful Patriot

Proud middle class husband, father, and progressive liberal. Registered Non-Partisan but have much more in common with Democrats than Republicans. Consider Libertarians to be immature and underdeveloped in their understanding of reality. An atheist who doesn't care what you believe so long as you stop pretending the Founding Fathers intended for you to legislatively force your beliefs on everyone else. Laughs out loud in mocking disdain at the abject lunacy of birthers, climate science deniers, and hard core tea partiers. If that offends you, too bad. You're not rational and have no place at the adult table.

Post-racial America? Hardly.

The two completely different ways the protagonists were treated in this video ought to be revolting, sickening, and disgusting to every person who sees it.   The only justification for the difference between how the white guys carrying guns and … Continue reading

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Jeb Bush: It’s ‘Arrogant’ To Say Science Is Decided On Climate Change

Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (R) said Wednesday that it’s “really arrogant” for people to say there’s a scientific consensus on man-made climate change. Source: Assuming he’s not as stupid as his statements imply, I’m left to conclude it’s … Continue reading

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In 180 Seconds You Will Be Voting For Bernie Sanders – YouTube Like Bernie on Facebook: Follow Bernie on Twitter: Join th… Source: "The problems we face did not come down from the heavens. They are made by bad human decisions. And, good human decisions can change them." … Continue reading

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Our partisan brains: exploring the psychology behind denying science

Does distrust of scientists happen on both sides of the ideological divide? Source: Really interesting read. See on – DidYouCheckFirst

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A trade pact might change local land use decisions in a big way

A key principle of land use in the United States is that homeowners can often veto new buildings on nearby land that other people own. A trade agreement that’s currently in the works could have a huge impact on that … Continue reading

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