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Ballard Street by Jerry Van Amerongen

Ballard Street

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  1. HabaneroBuck commented on Ted Rall 1 day ago

    There are approximately twelve or thirteen candidates for Republican nomination so JEB Bush (like “ATM machine”) will rise. There is basically Hillary for the Dem nomination so she will rise. Each side is rigged in a different fashion.

  2. HabaneroBuck commented on Rebecca Hendin 4 days ago

    There is evidence that the weapons that killed the nine in Waco were in the possession of the police, not rival bikers. Just wait and see.

  3. HabaneroBuck commented on Glenn McCoy 11 days ago

    It’s not about his stand, it’s about how he attacked a Clinton accuser on a national news show for being politically motivated (Schweitzer had spent time in W’s ranks), without mentioning that the foundation he (Stephie) was defending had received 75 K from him. Just farcical, really.

  4. HabaneroBuck commented on Clay Bennett 12 days ago

    If all the whiteys in the country moved up to Canada and just left America and its infrastructure to all of the Black population, how would that end the ills of majority black neighborhoods? Would children then be raised in homes with Moms and Dads? Would black-on-black violence come to an end? Would the schools finally be able to perform up to the standards of other leading countries in the world?

  5. HabaneroBuck commented on Clay Bennett 17 days ago

    That’s just it. Facts are facts, and there’s any number of interpretations of the facts, but the facts simply do not prove what the Left says they prove. They merely prove that the climate changes over time, and that gas levels vary over time. It’s why I say, I see nothing alarming whatsoever about any of the science.

  6. HabaneroBuck commented on Clay Bennett 18 days ago

    No offense, and nice try, but that just proves my point. Coral reef bleaching in one area, moderately, with new arable land in another area. The article even mentions adaptation, a common theme in all evolutionary sciences. In other words….things change. I just don’t find anything in the literature that is seriously alarming.

  7. HabaneroBuck commented on Matt Bors 19 days ago

    Mat Bors doesn’t know why Freddie Gray died, he doesn’t know what happened in the Walter Scott encounter, and everyone knows much social damage can result when 75% of black youth are born without a father in the picture.

  8. HabaneroBuck commented on Clay Bennett 19 days ago

    I don’t believe there has been any global warming for the 21st Century, but regardless of that quibble, the science of global warming is indisputable. Any rise in yearly temperatures is demonstrably a good thing for the environment and for humanity. I repeat, global warming has more good than bad to offer us. Some areas might be adversely effected, but on a whole, more areas will be positively effected. People just need to move where the water is.

  9. HabaneroBuck commented on Michael Ramirez 19 days ago

    To be honest, the welfare state is ever-increasingly putting the shackles on the productive class of society, not the segment of society that depends on it.

  10. HabaneroBuck commented on Clay Bennett 19 days ago

    I agree, alcluin. Just like you, the colonists followed the rules until they had no other choice but to rebel. The American government is in much the same position as the British under King George; conflict is inevitable.