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Anyone have that graph of where 2016 voters fell on the traditional political spectrum that dropped last week?
@Isabella Locke-MT that’s the hard thing for me. There are some I like but I also don’t like supporting the problem. If you need to watch media, I would recommend watching pre-1960’s movies. At least until EuropaWood gets going 😉
We generally watch them for free online, but my one birthday treat a year is going to see one in theaters since they always release the big ones around april/may.
That's pretty much the only time we go see a movie in theaters though.
*Hollywood* has become so blatantly anti-white and propagandist in the last 5-10 years, I can't even watch it anymore.
Dragged Across Concrete
2018 ‧ Drama/Thriller ‧ 2h 39m
Gibson keeps delivering
Guys Cheeto Blormphfff is malfunctioning...
I watched “The Man Who Would Be King” the other day, and that is now one of my favorite movies. I want to read the book now
Feels like they must be making this up, how could everything political go awry at once?
Maybe somebody has Yuge blackmail on Trump.
I haven't seen it but I know it's good by viewer rating and how much it triggers libs.
I'm sure it's good too. I've seen Zahlers other two films and they were great.
Haven't been able to track down a copy of the new one with Mel Gibson yet. I think they tested it out in festivals and are now working on a wider release.
@Rabbidsith not sure if people actually have blackmail on trump but it would make sense. Given how he has been ineffective recently.
Was the civil war about states rights or slavery?
It was about immigration
Ok, but how?
I don’t know much about it
civil war was about slavery like the yellow vest movement is about taxes
States rights vs puritanical crusade to violate all law for their feels
The subject was about slavery but the principle was states rights
Civil war was beginning of end of constitution
But the intention was slavery?
Slavery was a grave error for moral, economic, and memetic reasons. But it would have been better to preserve Constitution.
The reason it was fought was over slavery, the consequences wrote the definition of states rights?
No it's like fighting your neighbor over mowing the lawn but the principle is HOA control
But they weren’t arguing over states rights
A secondary but significant issue was tarrifs
slavery was crucial to the economy.
it was actually designed that way
even plantation owners had to take out loans from the banks to maintain business
all the money went to a small group, as usual