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Democrats would do well to read Durkheim and think about the quasi-religious importance of the criminal justice systemAnd the same goes for if she (or I) gets pregnant as the result of rapeUnderstanding belief at the level of the brain is the main focus of my current research, using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI)According to a Salon article detailing GOP leaders’ strange endorsements of Trump, numerous leading Republicans, including Marco Rubio, Mitch McConnell, and Bob Corker, have expressed dismay over Donald Trump’s racist comments, but they all still begrudgingly support his presidential bidAnd it isn't because conservatives have more expendable incomeThe "writer" is less important than he has been since, oh, HerodotusThe right wing claims that its positions will reduce crime and strengthen the familiesWhile this point could be seen as a bit off topic, how can anyone support a party whose leader basically calls its presidential candidate a racist and continues to support him? 5If the first person is 10% more likely to vote and the second person is 6% more likely to vote, then the third person would be 3.6% more likely to vote, the fourth person would be 2.16% more likely to vote, and so onIn the Senate, 9 people got A or A+: All were Democrats
Having spent (in another life it seems) more than twenty-five years as an ordained minister and missionary, I know first-hand that one of the most important messages of many organized religions is that morality is absolute and that there is always a black and white to an issue if you think about it hard enoughgrayness is for fuzzy-brained liberalsOn the extreme, Libertarians may have a very positive viewpoint regarding less government intervention and low taxes, however theyre very loose in terms of moral stancesYou get the pointWe don't try to get the average child to think in this society so why, as adults would we expect that they actually would be thinking? They think about how the Yankees are doing, and who will win some reality show contest, and what restaurant to eat it, but they are not equipped to think about politics and, in my mind, they are not equipped to voteI love babies, all babies dont you?
I often had to correct people when they said things like "it's wrong because umeating dog meat would make you sick" or "it's wrong to use the flag because um the rags might clog the toilet." These obviously post-hoc rationalizations illustrate the philosopher David Hume's dictum that reason is "the slave of the passions, and can pretend to no other office than to serve and obey them." This is the first rule of moral psychology: feelings come first and tilt the mental playing field on which reasons and arguments competeI dont want to be pro Republican or even conservative, even though I am registered Republican because there are many issues I disagree withOften the leaders of these groups (e.gI believe in God, therefore pro lifeEach individual person deserves to pursue happiness and avert harm, and by cooperating reciprocally we can maximize the good of everyonethe basic idea of the social contract
James Fowler Professor of Medical Genetics and Political Science, University of California, San Diego; author, Connected Why do People Vote at All? As a political scientist, I see the question "Why do people vote Republican?" and I think immediately of its premiseGardner's arguments about hypocrisy and cognitive dissonance miss the key point that true believers in (divinely sanctioned) moral values are usually sincere, and that Enlightenment values cannot be successfully advanced (if Haidt is right) unless the moral passions that Haidt talks about are sincerely engaged by DemocratsHere is a list of 10 good reasons why even die-hard Republicans should think twice before voting for Donald Trump for presidentThe liberal bias in academia is so entrenched that it becomes the political water through which the liberal fish swimthey don't even notice itNote the forgiving attitude toward to Sarah Palin, with her sinning family, which would never be afforded a comparable DemocratThe left wing is suspicious of markets and wants to even the playing field across citizens
And even the most basic features of what a baby is like are beyond our control, a situation that becomes vivid for the parents of children with disabilitiesWhat would "worse" mean in this context? Just what our (liberal?) intuitions suggest: more painful, less fulfilling, more conducive to fear and despair, etcWhen Republican vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin says that the Iraq war is "a task that is from God," other conservatives may think she is wrong but they honor her sentiment as fundamentally noble and goodHealthcare: Latest Republican bill will cause 22m Americans to lose insurance, says CBO The Independent via Yahoo News14 hours agoAll of us, including Republicans whose constituents depend on Medicaid to survive, must work together to see that this bill is defeatedYou like big deficits Since the end of WW II the ratio of debt to GDP for the nation has gone down in 9 administrations (3 Republican and 6 Democratic) and up in 7 administrations (6 Republican and 1 Democratic)Instead, a group of "opinion leaders"a coinage they may have inventedusually acts as intermediary, filtering and interpreting the media for their friends and family who pay less attention to politics 171bf2437f