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I don’t think people holding up a Q sign at a Trump rally have really invested thought about the myriad propositions involved in QAnon. I think it’s a way of saying, ‘We think Trump is good.’
As with everything else in the United States, when things go wrong, the people who suffer are low-income people and racial minorities because of centuries of systemic racism.
We’re looking at this enormously important change in relative power between the U.S. and China.
We will impact how we treat cancer and a multitude of complex multi-faceted diseases.
Without these crucial roles that Black soldiers were playing, the American military wouldn’t have been the same fighting force it was. That was a perspective you didn’t see much in the white press.
The voters have to be very, very attentive to issues of timeliness and signatures. Those just don’t exist in regular, in-person voting.
Broadly speaking, white Americans and other people with socio-economic status have to be willing to give up something to have a more just and equitable society.
Even if a vaccine does soon alleviate the risk of the coronavirus, there is no such panacea for human rights abuses.
Challenging decision-making problems sometimes require a combination of mathematical and algorithmic know-how, along with good ol’ common sense.
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