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There are only four main variants of Homo sapiens, within each group are subraces and several mixtures within the genetic makeup of humans (from here (en.wikipedia.org)).
Every time the Trump administration says something, especially President Trump himself, the fact checkers come out of the woodwork. Therefore, we have to figure out the truth for ourselves. Is this true, Remarks by President Trump on Rolling Back Regulations to Help All Americans and President Trump’s Regulatory Relief Helps All Americans (whitehouse.gov)?
Is regulatory relief even a good idea? Why do we have so many laws and regulations? What is the purpose of government? Do we have laws and regulations to protect each other’s rights or to achieve some kind of perfect world?
If we are just trying to protect each other’s rights, then we are just trying to prohibit people from interfering in other people’s lives. That’s why we outlaw murder and…
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When discussing government regulation–and the need for such regulation to make sure that we have clean air, clean water, etc., for all–it’s too bad that we have to use the words “argue about.” True politics does not consist of arguing, but of persuading and negotiating. The “pure thinkers” on both left and right have made negotiating and persuading more difficult, but the time has long since come to return to a politics of negotiating and persuading. This is especially true when it comes to the fallacy of “race.” There is one human race with many genetic variations. The world contains a plurality of cultures that, for the most part, can coexist and learn from each other. When it comes to certain issues–slavery, for example, or women’s rights–negotiation and compromise might not be possible. Some long-standing traditions are simply wrong. For the most part, though, politics is a noble art of getting along with one another, maintaining the God-given rights of one another, and making the world better as best we can while not wasting too much (money, labor, natural resources) in the process. J.
I certainly agree with the sentiment. However, I think politics is only a noble art either when people cannot find anything to disagree about or when the people elect noble leaders. Rare circumstances both. That’s why the framers of the Constitution designed a system of government for people who argue.