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I think you got something wrong here. I think the FOX piece is from Jan 21, but I still stopped reading at "Tucker Carlson Tonight investigates".
The story was about something claimed to have happened in 1994.
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Back on topic: The White House has announced that Joe Biden has bought a pair of new socks.
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It is rather funny.
Rent free. LOL

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I think you got something wrong here. I think the FOX piece is from Jan 21, but I still stopped reading at "Tucker Carlson Tonight investigates".
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I honestly have absolutely no idea what you're talking about. Does this have anything to do with the black supremacist at the DoJ? Or the cancellation of womans sports?
Well maybe if you would actually READ the article instead of being all hobby snobby about your prefered info-tainment sources.

Oh FFS here you go:
EXCLUSIVE – Joe Biden's pick to run the Justice Department's enormously powerful Civil Rights Division is a woman called Kristen Clarke. Clarke says her job is simple: End hate. But like so many in her world, Clarke is actually an enthusiastic purveyor of what she claims to fight.

A new investigation by "Tucker Carlson Tonight" has uncovered shocking statements that Clarke made while attending Harvard as an undergraduate.

In 1994, Clarke wrote a letter
to The Harvard Crimson in her capacity as the president of the Black Students Association to explain her views on race science.

"Please use the following theories and observations to assist you in your search for truth regarding the genetic differences between Blacks and whites [sic]," Clarke wrote. "One: Dr Richard King reveals that the core of the human brain is the 'locus coeruleus,' which is a structure that is Black, because it contains large amounts of neuro-melanin, which is essential for its operation.
"Two: Black infants sit, crawl and walk sooner than whites [sic]. Three: Carol Barnes notes that human mental processes are controlled by melanin -- that same chemical which gives Blacks their superior physical and mental abilities.

"Four: Some scientists have revealed that most whites [sic] are unable to produce melanin because their pineal glands are often calcified or non-functioning. Pineal calcification rates with Africans are five to 15 percent [sic], Asians 15 to 25 percent [sic] and Europeans 60 to 80 percent [sic]. This is the chemical basis for the cultural differences between blacks and whites [sic].

"Five: Melanin endows Blacks with greater mental, physical and spiritual abilities -- something which cannot be measured based on Eurocentric standards."
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Back on topic: The White House has announced that Joe Biden has bought a pair of new socks.
Needed for California Dreamer's sock puppets.
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Back on topic: The White House has announced that Joe Biden has bought a pair of new socks.
And has yet to sign a relief bill to help all those people who have lost jobs because of the lockdowns. In fact he is trying to reduce the payment from 2K to 1,600.
But hey, good for him. He could use some new socks, they make great puppets.
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In 1994, Clarke wrote a letter to The Harvard Crimson in her capacity as the president of the Black Students Association to explain her views on race science.
I suppose there is no possibility she changed her views in the last 27 years?

People do change their views, for example, in 2000 Trump ran for US President seeking the nomination of the Reform Party.
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And has yet to sign a relief bill to help all those people who have lost jobs because of the lockdowns. In fact he is trying to reduce the payment from 2K to 1,600.
But hey, good for him. He could use some new socks, they make great puppets.
He can't sign a bill until Congress passes it.

FYI You've got your numbers muddled.

The Ds proposed payments of $2,000 in the fall. That got negotiated down to $600 because the Rs were in charge and the price tag was too high for them. So Congress passed a bill with $600 payments, that's the bill Trump signed, and the $600 payments started going out in January.

Now that the Ds are in charge, the new proposal is to supplement the $600 with an additional $1,400 to bring the total back up to the original $2,000. But such payments wouldn't come cheap.

It remains to be seen whether any Rs will get on board with such a $2.9 trillion plan now on the heels of a 900 million plan just a few months ago. The idea of a total of $2,000 is appealing to all voters of course, even ones that tend to vote Republican.

A good article that talks about how much all this stimulus is going to cost in the long run. The original article was written in May and was updated on Jan. 2:
https://eu.usatoday.com/in-depth/new...ca/3051559001/
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Oh FFS here you go:
EXCLUSIVE – Joe Biden's pick to run the Justice Department's enormously powerful Civil Rights Division is a woman called Kristen Clarke. Clarke says her job is simple: End hate. But like so many in her world, Clarke is actually an enthusiastic purveyor of what she claims to fight.

A new investigation by "Tucker Carlson Tonight" has uncovered shocking statements that Clarke made while attending Harvard as an undergraduate.

In 1994, Clarke wrote a letter
to The Harvard Crimson in her capacity as the president of the Black Students Association to explain her views on race science.

"Please use the following theories and observations to assist you in your search for truth regarding the genetic differences between Blacks and whites [sic]," Clarke wrote. "One: Dr Richard King reveals that the core of the human brain is the 'locus coeruleus,' which is a structure that is Black, because it contains large amounts of neuro-melanin, which is essential for its operation.
"Two: Black infants sit, crawl and walk sooner than whites [sic]. Three: Carol Barnes notes that human mental processes are controlled by melanin -- that same chemical which gives Blacks their superior physical and mental abilities.

"Four: Some scientists have revealed that most whites [sic] are unable to produce melanin because their pineal glands are often calcified or non-functioning. Pineal calcification rates with Africans are five to 15 percent [sic], Asians 15 to 25 percent [sic] and Europeans 60 to 80 percent [sic]. This is the chemical basis for the cultural differences between blacks and whites [sic].

"Five: Melanin endows Blacks with greater mental, physical and spiritual abilities -- something which cannot be measured based on Eurocentric standards."
Wow. They're really desperate, aren't they?

Clarke's statements regarding melanin were in response to the book The Bell Curve, which was released back then, and in response to those who were supporting it. The premise of The Bell Curve is that whites are inherently superior in intelligence to blacks. Clarke had proposed the melanin theory in a letter as a suggested, possible means to try to argue against The Bell Curve's premise.

I myself wrote a paper in university arguing against The Bell Curve's premise because it's such a controversial theory and was such a "hot topic" back then. However, the basis of my argument was that any differences in IQ are due to environmental factors.

Anyways, what's really pathetic is just how desperate people like Tucker Carlson are to try to "dig up" something on people -- going as far back as 1994 -- and then trying to blow it up into something bigger and more profound than it really is. It's sensationalism, essentially.
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Biden and his team seem to be much more focussed and decisive than Trump. Trump removed some people from DOD advisory boards and replaced them with his own people whereas
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Austin fired all members serving on DOD advisory boards and also ordered “the immediate suspension of all advisory committee operations until the review is completed,” effective Feb. 16.
Trump did not get around to changing the staffing of DOD advisory boards until his last couple of months, Biden is on the case in his first month.

Trump had more of a butterfly approach, flying from one set of actions that attracted him to another but no overall strategy and no grand schemes for change. He really did very little in his first two years when he had House and Senate control and could have really made a difference.

So far Biden seems to be much better in using the levers of government and really changing things, whether all the changes are beneficial I do not know but certainly impressive to see "Sleepy Joe" showing such dynamism.
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Biden and his team seem to be much more focussed and decisive than Trump. Trump removed some people from DOD advisory boards and replaced them with his own people whereas


Trump did not get around to changing the staffing of DOD advisory boards until his last couple of months, Biden is on the case in his first month.

Trump had more of a butterfly approach, flying from one set of actions that attracted him to another but no overall strategy and no grand schemes for change. He really did very little in his first two years when he had House and Senate control and could have really made a difference.

So far Biden seems to be much better in using the levers of government and really changing things, whether all the changes are beneficial I do not know but certainly impressive to see "Sleepy Joe" showing such dynamism.
Of course, a lot of that is because Biden has spent more than 40 years in US government, I’d expect that he understands how to use all those levers, and he puts people in place who also know how to make the sausage, as it were.

Leading a business is not like leading a government, and I suppose we’ve learned after 4 years that Trump’s leadership was mostly smoke and mirrors, even for his businesses. Of course some of you may disagree.

I guess I am trying to say that I’m not terribly surprised to see Biden more focused.

I’ve never bought into the senility/sleepy Joe thing anyway. Yeah, the guy’s old, but he seems to have focus, and understands the difference between surrounding oneself with experience and competence rather than amateurs and grifters.
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Wow. They're really desperate, aren't they?

Clarke's statements regarding melanin were in response to the book The Bell Curve, which was released back then, and in response to those who were supporting it. The premise of The Bell Curve is that whites are inherently superior in intelligence to blacks. Clarke had proposed the melanin theory in a letter as a suggested, possible means to try to argue against The Bell Curve's premise.

I myself wrote a paper in university arguing against The Bell Curve's premise because it's such a controversial theory and was such a "hot topic" back then. However, the basis of my argument was that any differences in IQ are due to environmental factors.

Anyways, what's really pathetic is just how desperate people like Tucker Carlson are to try to "dig up" something on people -- going as far back as 1994 -- and then trying to blow it up into something bigger and more profound than it really is. It's sensationalism, essentially.
They were writing books like that in 1994? In America? What's this obsession with races over there? Anyways, that explains a lot of things.
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They were writing books like that in 1994? In America?
They still are.

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Of course, a lot of that is because Biden has spent more than 40 years in US government, I’d expect that he understands how to use all those levers, and he puts people in place who also know how to make the sausage, as it were.

Leading a business is not like leading a government, and I suppose we’ve learned after 4 years that Trump’s leadership was mostly smoke and mirrors, even for his businesses. Of course some of you may disagree.

I guess I am trying to say that I’m not terribly surprised to see Biden more focused.

I’ve never bought into the senility/sleepy Joe thing anyway. Yeah, the guy’s old, but he seems to have focus, and understands the difference between surrounding oneself with experience and competence rather than amateurs and grifters.
As you post, a professional versus an amateur.
Trump mostly was only interested in improving his image which did work well but is not a good way to rule the free world.

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Furthermore, CNN was the No. 1 channel across all of cable.
MSNBC was second.
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There is a series on Netflix called "Dirty Money" which has a couple of interesting episodes on the Trump/Kushner: "The Confidence Man" and "Slumlord Millionaire" - to me it shows a glimpse into the pillaging done by Trump to benefit himself and family, for all we know just the tip of the iceberg.

https://www.politico.com/news/2020/0...ry-bill-162652
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I apologize if someone has already mentioned this here (I only read so far back, in this thread), but I guess this is the kind of thing that happens when you get someone with empathy in the White House again...

Biden signs immigration executive orders to address 'moral failing' of Trump's policies
One executive order will create a task force to reunite children who were separated from their parents under Trump's "zero tolerance" policy.

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One executive order will create a task force to reunite children who were separated from their parents under Trump's "zero tolerance" policy.
So Biden fails again.

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So Biden fails again.

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What;s your problem with this?
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What;s your problem with this?
I think that laws regarding immigration should be obeyed and not circumvented.

Don't like them? Then change them!

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I think that laws regarding immigration should be obeyed and not circumvented.

Don't like them? Then change them!

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Don't your two statements contradict each other, Tom?

Trump issued executive orders to change immigration laws/policies. And now Biden is in process of making changes as well.

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There is a series on Netflix called "Dirty Money" which has a couple of interesting episodes on the Trump/Kushner: "The Confidence Man" and "Slumlord Millionaire" - to me it shows a glimpse into the pillaging done by Trump to benefit himself and family, for all we know just the tip of the iceberg.

https://www.politico.com/news/2020/0...ry-bill-162652
Thank you for suggesting this. I watched the episode about Jared Kushner last night. I guess, prior to that, I really didn't know much about him.

He must fit in perfectly with the Trump family, considering his own patterns of screwing people over and hurting people for money. He reminds me so much of a typical corporate psychopath with the manipulative charm, etc. I also had no idea that his father had gone to prison for 'setting up' his own brother-in-law.

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