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NFL's Paid Patriotism Problem


Kaepernick collusion case against NFL cleared to go to trial, I thought you should know the history and source of the problem. "Fans should have confidence that their hometown heroes are being honored because of their honorable military service, not as a marketing ploy," Senator John McCain,

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Jason Stapleton. Opinion on NFL Protest


Jason Stapleton said there is nobody saying that you have to be patriotic, this is not the Kremlin you’re not required to pay homage, to the flag or to America, the sinply the cause you play sports your, does it was you were born and raised here in the markka open Swiss made marketing.com it’s

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NFL sold Patriotism


"What the president failed to acknowledge in his rant was that many of the military displays present at NFL games were, at one time, financed by the government. Rather than organic, wholesome expressions of patriotism — the kind Trump has claimed NFL players are disrespectfully protesting — the tradition of players standing for the national anthem is a recent tradition that may have coincided with a marketing ploy meant to sell cheap, manufactured nationalism."

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Stop the war on a freedom of speech | Editorial


A war on the press is a war on democracy.
It is a war not just on the American people, but on people throughout the world.
President Trump declared this war soon after taking office. His "fake news" mantra is now weaponized and aimed at any news coverage – and often any fact – with which he disagrees. Alarmingly, his enmity for the news media continues to escalate. It was not enough to label American journalists as enemies of the people. Now he has called the entire profession "dangerous and sick."

Updated: August 15, 2018 - 7:00 PM
The Inquirer Editorial Board

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The Law-School Scam For-profit law schools are a capitalist dream of privatized profits and socialized losses. But for their debt-saddled, no-job-prospect graduates, they can be a nightmare.


...But midway through Frakt’s statistics-filled PowerPoint presentation, he was interrupted when Dennis Stone, the school’s president, entered the room. (Stone had been alerted to Frakt’s comments by e-mails and texts from faculty members in the room.) Stone told Frakt to stop “insulting” the faculty, and asked him to leave. Startled, Frakt requested that anyone in the room who felt insulted raise his or her hand. When no one did, he attempted to resume his presentation. But Stone told him that if he didn’t leave the premises immediately, security would be called. Frakt packed up his belongings and left.

What had happened? Florida Coastal is a for-profit law school, and in his presentation to its faculty, Frakt had catalogued disturbing trends in the world of for-profit legal education. This world is one in which schools accredited by the American Bar Association admit large numbers of severely underqualified students; these students in turn take out hundreds of millions of dollars in loans annually, much of which they will never be able to repay. Eventually, federal taxpayers will be stuck with the tab, even as the schools themselves continue to reap enormous profits."

Article appeared in the Atlantic Magazine
by Paul Campos

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Liberty Lesson Learned today, Angelo Codevilla talks to Lew Rockwell about political correctness.


Political correctness is about power.
Power is mine says the ruling class.
Political correctness is the opposite of FACTUAL correctness
The term came into use in the 1930's by the communist use of propaganda, when they would laugh and say It may not be factually correct but it is POLITICALLY CORRECT
Political correctness is power to get the people to say things they know is not true

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