This Article Will Make You Mad

“People are programmed to like being angry, or rather, people enjoy the feeling of righteous indignation at a perceived evil. It allows them to feel better about themselves by saying “At least I’m not that person”, while having to do nothing more than proclaim how much more virtue they have than any given slime-ball picked by the media to be the day’s target of choice.”

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Hell Frozen Over: How ICE used Farmington Hills to curb White-Collar Illegal Immigration

“You see, despite all claims of Farmington U being accredited, having tuition prices, courses and the like clearly listed on their website, no actual staff or faculty existed. Farmington was a skeleton school, a sham built to enable what is colloquially referred to as “Pay to Stay”.”

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My Brief Thoughts on Social, National and Progressive Liberalism

Now, within the Liberalists, there are several denominations. Some call themselves classical liberals, some, social liberals, and some, like me, call themselves national liberals. Here we arrive at the first question. How can a group whose only doctrinal requisite is a series of principles then have different ideas about them?

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Of Directives, Elections & New Directions: A Look at Where We Stand With Articles 11 * 13

We have been afforded a gap; a chink in the armor of the behemoth that stands before us, and I intend to do whatever I can to drive that gap as wide as possible. I will tear away the legislative obfuscation, and shine the light of truth upon the shabby and pathetic notions and presumptions that hold up this directive.

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The Best An Ad Can Get?: Why Social Media 'Trimmings' are just Spilled Milk

I am not outraged by Gillette, though I certainly question their decision. It seems like the kind of move a company could only make if they were completely out of touch with their own customers. That very reason, interestingly enough, is precisely why I began to question why they would do such a thing in the first place, because frankly, it seemed too stupid to believe.

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