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Old June 26th, 2016, 12:03 PM   #91
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So the man blamed God and God blamed the woman. It still amounts to man not taking responsibility for his actions. And- according to this belief system- god gave the one who chose to point the finger of blame power OVER the one who made decisions for herself.

Thinking further on this, it also explains the trend to link shifting blame with power, but that's a whole other potential thread.

Understand that this is the subject that got me thrown out of Sunday School class the first time for asking the wrong questions. I've gone over it many times since then.
She said and he said is not conclusive evidence in a court of law.
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I have followed these due process cases pretty closely.

A good rule of thumb: any entity that gets tax payer dollars are held to a higher constitutional standard and the Bill of Rights applies to all of their policies and procedures. Private entities are more subjected to statutory laws such as Title VII, etc.
Then why are students winning civil law suits over lack of due process? I am just pointing this out because if due process was being done then how could they win.
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Then why are students winning civil law suits over lack of due process? I am just pointing this out because if due process was being done then how could they win.
https://www.insidehighered.com/news/...ainst-colleges
So says the sea lawyer.
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Then why are students winning civil law suits over lack of due process? I am just pointing this out because if due process was being done then how could they win.
https://www.insidehighered.com/news/...ainst-colleges
Due process is not being done. That is why they are winning in state and federal courts. Due process is not being preformed because of many reasons:

Liberalism.
Pressure from liberals to fabricate the meaning of Title IX.
Political correctness pressure from liberals.
Liberals pressuring universities to focus political agendas over education.
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Due process is not being done. That is why they are winning in state and federal courts. Due process is not being preformed because of many reasons:

Liberalism.
Pressure from liberals to fabricate the meaning of Title IX.
Political correctness pressure from liberals.
Liberals pressuring universities to focus political agendas over education.
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i wonder if this has anything to do with the war. in 1960 the people who were little children during the war were starting their early adulthood in 1963. and those people who were raised by returned soldiers were teenagers. the rate of violence increased, and stayed increased until this cohort started dying off when they got to their 60s. did word war 2 create a generation of people who are more likely to think killing someone is the solution?
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Old July 4th, 2016, 11:34 PM   #97
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DON'T DO IT CLARA, IT"S A TRAP!!!!!
Fucking everything is poisonous in Australia!
not everything. crocs dont have any venom. nor do the sharks. but you might be right about everything else, we have the worlds most venomous spider, and several snakes, and stingrays, and jellyfish, the worlds only venomous octopus, most of the worlds lethal cone fish, hell even platypus have venom sacks.

but dont worry, one can usually avoid them.













usually.
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Let's also not forget, some time in the 1990s there was a change the crime reporting. If you were found dead in the street, you were reported as a homicide. If you were still breathing, even tho you died 30 seconds after being loaded in an ambulance, you get reported as an assault.
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