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Reminder that over 93% of wars are non religious wars.

Atheists and secular humanists consistently make the claim that religion is the #1 cause of violence and war throughout the history of mankind. One of hatetheism’s key cheerleaders, Sam Harris, says in his book The End of Faith that faith and religion are “the most prolific source of violence in our history.” While there’s no …

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Everything is so difficult, slow and cumbersome in a great organization

You’re a member of a team that is part of a large organization. Welcome! This post is intended to help you navigate your environment. If you’re fresh out of school, or if you haven’t worked in a large organization before, you may not have experienced the difficulties that naturally arise when cooperating with other humans …

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The United States and the Rittenhouse Affair: Political Warming

In a more or less normal country like Argentina, boys do normal things like spending the day and a good part of the night with their video games, killing imaginary people with virtual semi-automatic rifles. In a rather abnormal country like the United States it serves as a preparation to kill people in the real …

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Sacred identities

The general idea in Collins, as in other places conditioned by these policies, was that no one should bother the rest and that everyone has the right to a safe space, sheltered from opinions that may contradict him.

Argentina: Government floods the market.

The Argentine government accelerated the economic announcements to try to improve the social mood before the legislative elections in November. Vice President Cristina Kirchner’s claim in her public letter was to increase spending, taking into account that the social situation was complex. Economists estimate that the Government would have to spend a trillion pesos per …

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