Ed Buckner

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Anyone who thinks Martin Luther King was a simple man or a toady for white, conservative folks--as some seem seriously to claim--should do some reading. For example: Gospel of Freedom: Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Letter from the Birmingham Jail and The Struggle that Changed a Nation by Jona…

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John Cobarruvias is correct, and quite a few posters here have gone out of their way to show that he is. Not all supporters of the Second Amendment are mentally deranged, of course, but there does seem to be a streak of cowardice among officials who won't weigh various alternatives our of…

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Wouldn't it be a wonderful world if people read other people's posts before responding to them? I know, I know--too much to hope for.

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And, by the way, being called a "coward" by a gutless nutter like you is something I wear as a badge of honor, so I won't request that that post be deleted--though it, too, violates the standards.

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Mr Hardee, well I do mostly agree with Mr Jones, but that really is beside the point. What you posted should be avoided no matter who said it and about whom. You lack civility and decency as well as logic or wisdom.

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Mr. Hardee has loudly and proudly asserted that he does not understand atheism. He's proven over and over that he was right in that assertion. Here he proves that he also has no clue what "secular" means, showing among other things that he fails to realize that American style secularism i…

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Mr. Hardee, your pointlessly insulting, rude, and ill-informed post violates the stated standards of the GCDN forum. I have asked that it be deleted. So don't blame Bailey Jones if your post disappears.

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Repetition begets repetition: Complex, difficult-to-resolve problems require compromise, grasp of details, and nuance. Simple-minded notions that it all boils down to "no more, no less" come from all sides and make real solutions harder to achieve.

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Repetition begets repetition, whoever and from whatever side, is doing the repeating: Complex, difficult-to-resolve problems require compromise, grasp of details, and nuance. Simple-minded notions that it all boils down to "no more, no less" come from all sides and make real solutions har…

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Repetition begets repetition: Complex, difficult-to-resolve problems require compromise, grasp of details, and nuance. Simple-minded notions that it all boils down to "no more, no less" come from all sides and make real solutions harder to achieve.