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Greetings from Oregon

I've been visiting the site regularly for about a year now, figured I'd join. Anyhow, I was born and raised in Oregon. Hope to go into law…

Started by Tony R

1 9 hours ago
Reply by Michael Martin

TV: Teaching Contempt for Dads - sadly it continues.

Take a look at this article:  http://nypost.com/2016/06/14/how-disney-teaches-contempt-for-dads/   It is no surprise.  For years I have wat…

Started by Kevin Morris

4 on Monday
Reply by Jack Bauer

Hello. How to be a man in your 20s

Hi folks, as this is introductions I going to introduce myself. I'm David, I'm 24 years of age. I'm from Northern Ireland. I've been readin…

Started by Dave H

14 Jun 17
Reply by Rockeman

Good afternoon

In a world of softness and hyper sensitivity, I am neither. I am a husband, father, christian, and American. I believe in personal responsi…

Started by Andy C.

2 Jun 17
Reply by Mongoose

Introductions

 Hello. Long time follower, first time formal introduction. From the great state of Ohio. Live in Indiana. Have found great topics and comm…

Started by Dave

0 Jun 14

Fedora Casual Wear

Gentlmen, Mr. Frank Sinatra is well known for his unique style with the Fedora hat. Now, a fedora is perfect for practically any occasion,…

Started by Joseph J. Sydlo

18 Jun 13
Reply by Gentleman Engineer

Hello

Hello, everyone. I thought I would formally introduce myself. I am currently a freshmen at John Carroll University, a small Catholic Univer…

Started by Leonardo McGrabe

2 Jun 12
Reply by Leonardo McGrabe

Hello From MO.

Hello, I am Sinjin from Missouri. I discovered this site a few months ago, only now discovered the community side. I'm glad to see there is…

Started by Sinjin Sanders

4 Jun 8
Reply by Sinjin Sanders

New Here

Hi Friends! Im from Manitoba Canada Im new here so just bear with me. So far I like what I see.

Started by Terry Glenn Rempel

3 Jun 8
Reply by Max Z

Hello All

I came across this site a couple of weeks ago and see it as a breath of fresh air in todays PC world. I'm 62 years old, so I grew up learni…

Started by Peter J Harings III

2 Jun 5
Reply by Peter J Harings III

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Shane replied to Pale Horse's discussion Brexit in the group The Great Debate
"Because GDP is not a proper metric for economic health when running a nation. It's the same situation there as it is here. The bankers are getting rich while middle class jobs are off shored, and what isn't offshored is being soaked up by…"
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Nick H replied to Pale Horse's discussion Brexit in the group The Great Debate
"A few years ago The Economist did an article comparing the number of new business start ups and growth in the USA vs the EU countries and it was not good for Europe. It showed most new innovative companies (Apple, Google, Facebook, Tesla, etc) were…"
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Sir replied to Pale Horse's discussion Brexit in the group The Great Debate
"I'll list a few arguments, without commenting on how they match up to counterarguments. Nick's point:  EU's not doing well. UK will now be free to drop trade barriers with nations outside the EU. EU will hurt itself by putting up…"
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Sir replied to Pale Horse's discussion Brexit in the group The Great Debate
"Well, this was my big concern after the vote:  that the people would speak, and the government would ignore them. Good thing here is that the Lib Dems are generally way behind on voting day.  I just hope Labour and Conservative don't…"
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Nick H replied to Pale Horse's discussion Brexit in the group The Great Debate
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Sir replied to Pale Horse's discussion Brexit in the group The Great Debate
"Chisosto is racist. Chisosto supported "Leave." Therefore "Leave" is racist. Aristotle would never approve."
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Milo Morris replied to Pale Horse's discussion Brexit in the group The Great Debate
"I don't have a full-blown economic analysis to offer. But I have seen and read a number of stories about small and mid-sized UK business having a hell of a time operating at desired profits under EU regulations."
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Steve Dallas replied to Pale Horse's discussion Brexit in the group The Great Debate
"Can someone explain to me how this benefits Britain in the long run economically? In an ever shrinking world where the market knows no borders I am just left shaking my head trying to find a good reason to do this other than short term…"
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