I notice some articles are displayed as written days ago. When I go to the article I find it was written years ago????
What I have found, Ross Thompson, is HP publicize the last posting but do not link to that posting. I believe the reason to be because they DO NOT want new posts saying what has already been said because when you began to post a red written warning appears.
My findings is most posters on these forums will write leftist or rightest, but the evidence of my reading few have found the "straight way with the narrow gate" spoken of by the Christ which would give purposes for rather than opinion. Since I travel "the straight and narrow" I see how to present the middle view incorporating left and right views.
a recent date on an article may be when it was updated or edited. There may be other reasons as well.
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