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As a longtime partisan Democrat himself, he felt forced to acknowledge that his own views were too parochial, too absent of any exposure to the “other side.” In fact, his urban neighborhood is so liberal, he couldn’t find a single Republican--even by asking around.
People set filters on dating apps for age, race, religion, body type, height, hobbies, education level and geographical desirability.“I would rather my daughter dated a member of MS-13 than a member of the Republican Party,” he wrote.Rousseau has published pieces with VICE Sports, among other publications.Increasingly, people have added political preferences to further filter out the supposedly undesirables.And, if you’re sifting through the pool of a large dating app, petty pickiness might seem justified because you’re still presented with hundreds of options (though their “truthiness” may vary).Democratic congressman Joe Crowley of New York told NBC the development was “just outrageous”.
“As someone who is a personal friend of Father Pat’s, as a lot of Democrats and Republicans are, I find it outrageous that he would be fired,” he said.
President Donald Trump touted at its official unveiling Wednesday has, like all changes in the tax code, winners and losers.
It tilts toward corporations and wealthier Americans, but it offers something for less well-heeled taxpayers, as well. If you live in a high-tax state like New York, sorry.
One congressman who attended said Mr Ryan said the decision was not based on politics but because it was “time for a change”.
(Dailywire) On Thursday afternoon, liberal freelance writer Rob Rousseau said he’d rather have his daughter date a member of the violent gang MS-13 than a member of the Republican Party.
The result is insightful and generous and refreshing. “Ken Stern did a gutsy thing, poking his head outside his own bubble, and then inhaling.