Wow. 17 comments so far and that's not enough for you to figure out what my thread is about. I gave you a quote. Google it. And then come back to BB and call me a name so you can still feel like a big man.
You could pay higher prices for food, or..... you could stop eating cows. Those feedlots have consumed far more natural resources than the fire ever could. Maybe it's just nature's revenge. Or God's? Or maybe just the climate changing? Take your pick.
Man, you must have just finished Ghandi's abridged memoirs or something.
Don't be modest, James, that post deserved at least four exclamation points.
"Lucky Numbers: 14, 26, 27, 28, 29, 31"
Believe it or not, you have to read more than just right-wing news sources to get all the news, heraclitus.
Bad timing Breitbart... as it turns out, "polls are for strippers," according to the Republican party's undisputed mascot.
Hope those people have insurance, I don't want FEMA interfering with Texas's affairs, and I don't want my hard-earned money turned into handouts for the recently homeless. Tough love, that's the Republican way.
I don't think it's as much a toxic obsession as an attempt to begin to quell a fire that's on the brink of burning completely out of control. Muslim Americans in this country have become targets of discrimination, hate crimes, and racial profiling - I think that fact is pretty much undisputed. Whether or not you think that's warranted or necessary, it is undoubtedly destabilizing. One way to bring about stability is to open up doors to communities that are otherwise shut.
You may think that every minority-based scholarship is somehow displacing and replacing "Americans" (and by "American," I'm assuming you mean "white, heterosexual Christians"), but in a broader context, what it's doing is allowing otherwise marginalized communities to become stabilized.