thebellking
TheBellKing
thebellking
Feb 25 2019
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Just what the GOP wants. We can feel good until actual policies & laws are changed for the worse.

Feb 25 2019
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If I’m Fairfax, I’m not going anywhere until there’s an official investigation.

Feb 15 2019
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Yeah, that’s nonsense. Also the bonded 40 MHz channels bit. That has zero to do with causing or overcoming interference.

Feb 9 2019
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Nice! That really sums up the problem of these allegations gaining traction after the Northam revelations.

Feb 9 2019
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People are nuts. They could very well be nuts too. Investigate. Reach conclusions. Then act.

Feb 8 2019
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It’s not some random person’s convenience to ask for an investigation into an allegation. Any one of the thousands of students attending with him could make the same allegation. I bet they all have friends too.

Feb 8 2019
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Not during his rise, not during his candidacy, not at the election. Immediately after something is found that could take down Northam.

Feb 8 2019
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No, genius. Simply accuse at the right time and wait for Democrats to eat their own.

Feb 8 2019
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The GOP has figured out this is a foolproof strategy for them in taking down Democrats. All they need is a little help from people like Kristen Gillibrand. Whatever happened to formal investigations?

Jan 30 2019
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Now we have to hope Bernie changes his mind. Or the Democrats keep him out of their primary.

Jan 24 2019
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In other news, the field of astronomy continues to be self-sustaining.

Jan 4 2019
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I mean, they can be mad. But science is science. She shot down an erroneous claim by Trump using DNA. At least she’s not a southern Cherokee Nation member wearing a MAGA hat.

Jan 3 2019
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“Leaving aside health, should parents be able to know about the potential traits of their children even before they’re delivered out into the world? And if so, should they be allowed to act on it?” Read more

Jan 3 2019
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They’re already applauding swearing-in on the Koran, and using “...but Christians” as a follow up to any criticism. As if any religious behavior by representatives in their official capacity is an excuse for the more ‘hip’ religions to pollute government.

Nov 28 2018
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If we wait for ethics to catch up, how long will that be? Especially when the ethics seem to stem from a religious view of human conception & reproduction as sacred or untouchable for science.

Nov 28 2018
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For those professional transgressions he’ll face consequences, I’m sure. As far as what he can do as a scientist, all the ethics complaints seem to stem from a pseudo-religious view of what a scientist should and should not do. Read more

Nov 28 2018
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I’m unsure why anyone with the means and access to willing, able-minded adult participants would answer to an arbitrary committee or “regulators” here. Read more

Nov 28 2018
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No person consents to conception/birth, by any means, to any set of parents.