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Friday, July 06, 2018

The so-called "civility debate" is the newest front in a wider conflict that has less to do with manners, or ensuring a polite discourse, than in protecting the powerful from being forced to engage with politics on someone else's terms. At its heart is a unique form of cultural illiteracy and status anxiety. The ability to hand-pick when and in what context to face the consequences of your work is a privilege, deep-seated and treasured by those who possess it. Dinnertime interlopers who challenge this expectation are protesting more than a government official or policy -- they are fundamentally rejecting it. read more


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Trump's Food Stamp Cuts Would Hit His Voters Hard

Not really. You can bet administrators in hard hit rural counties will try to figure out some way to minimize/eliminate the impact on their counties such as they did with proposed Medicaid work requirements.

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A work requirement for able bodied is not onerous as long as 1) adequate child care facilities are available and affordable; 2) transportation to/from the job site is available and affordable and 3) the federal gov't is the employer of last resort.

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