Friends, we keep using the word "Policy" to describe the Atrocious, Aggressive and ABUSIVE requirements that are being Made and Enacted upon us by our elected leaders, officials, representatives. But the word "policy" renders the damaging rules, restrictions and denials to us as some nebulous, untouchable, uncontrollable "gas cloud." It is not Human, but just some THING. Friends, these are no such thing. What these "Policies" are, specifically, are DECISIONS - DELIBERATE, WITH INTENT, AND WITH INTENDED HARM DEFINED AND COMPLETELY UNDERSTOOD when the DECISIONS are made.
With the Liberals and Progressives saying that Ids are not needed to vote; will they be screaming for those who live in states that accept Marijuana to smoke freely to carry one now or will they say its still not worth getting one?
Majority of Republicans, Conservatives and their regressive ways, they have the tendency to ride the back of others to get ahead. We have to consider the fact that this country is heading for a disaster, greater than our parents had lived through when they were kids and young adults during the Great Depression that was during the 1930s.
In the late '70s, a couple of sociobioloists, Wilson and Freeman, found that Hopi Indian children developed faster cognitively and motorically, had better eyesight and in general outdid their white counterparts with respect to the advancement and culmination of their mental and physical abilities. It was hypothesized, in typical liberal environmentalist theorizing, that the custom of Hopi mothers of carrying their infant children strapped to their backs somehow caused those children to develop so much faster.
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Polygamy was created by the founder of the Mormon Church, Joseph Smith. He wanted to have sex with a young girl in the community so he created a story about the wife of a couple dying and going to heaven. When her husband remarries and then the new couple both die, in heaven the man has multiple wives. This history is reported in the book, No Man Knows My History, The Life of Joseph Smith by Fawn Brodie.