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- Will MSNBC ask Gary Johnson about his real Libertarian Roots…?

- Will Trump Bring Out the Cruel Streak in America?

- David Bollier explains the importance of the Commons…

- Is Fat Shaming Part of Trump’s New Cruel America? Gayle Trotter, Columnist/Attorney

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confusedntx 3 years 20 weeks ago

WOw! Gayle Troltter was something else.

She spoke down to you by her laugh, her tone of voice, and the way she presented questions. When she answered about trump her voice was even but when she spoke about Clinton - that is when her voice became higher and louder. She can't believe half of what she is saying. Just been trained to accuse - not debate or discuss with her own true feelings.

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Luis_L. 3 years 20 weeks ago

To lower the population you need to do this world wide. It is not enough to do this one country at a time or just here in the U.S. when the rest of world is still increasing. The only effective way to reduce the population is to educate and employ people with good paying jobs. It is the only the thing that has worked and is proven to work.

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