Do YOU believe that liberalism has metamorphed into being left-wing, even being radical/communistic? Do you contend that the Democratic Party in America has become more leftist in its sociopolitical ideology and premise? What impact does this new Democratic ideology have on America socioculturally, socioeconomically, and sociopolitically? Do you believe that this evolution and metamorphosis of liberalism into more extreme forms will ultimately destroy American society?
by Ken Burgess 3 days ago
A serious question, posed more to those who identify as Democrats. I would really like to know who you believe will come forth with a message of unification, prosperity, and a positive outlook toward the future... someone mainstream Americans could believe in.
by AdsenseStrategies 8 years ago
I mean liberalism and not Liberalism (the second of these two is the belief that there should be no tariff or border restrictions on trade between nation states ). Now, first off, liberalism is obviously not a religion in one sense because a religion has to include a set of beliefs about the...
by Alexander A. Villarasa 24 months ago
The irony of Donald Trump, once a registered Democrat, being elected president as the Republican candidate has not been lost to anyone, least of whom are to the main stream liberal media who tried their mighty best to derail his candidacy, and now are similarly trying to...
by Mike Russo 2 months ago
What was the purpose of that hearing? In my opinion it was a dog and pony show that served no purpose and had no mission statement. It proved absolutely nothing. However it did give those who are worried about the mid-terms something to ponder. The judge is a shoe-in to be...
by Jack Lee 3 weeks ago
We are in the final days of the election.Despite the news reporting of how close some of the races are...Here is my prediction.The GOP will gain seats in the Senate and hold majority.The GOP will retain Majority in the House of Representative.The GOP will increase governorship in the States.It has...
by Christoph Reilly 9 years ago
A friend of mine asked this question and I did not know the answer. He was reading a blog where the writer did not believe in heliocentrism--the widely accepted belief that the Earth orbits around the Sun instead of the other way around. He called this belief heretical. The person...
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