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Yes. The Government has already bailed it out for the pandemic because of the 70% reduction in passengers, but the real issue is the mismanagement of the Crossrail construction project, which was already hitting the skids last year.6 AnswersCurrent Events1 day ago
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Two giant European powerhouses look terrible this season. Atletico Madrid look dull, Sevilla is inconsistent, and the rest of the league looks bad.5 AnswersEnglish Football (Soccer)1 day ago
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I'm going to receive some flack for this but I want to know what others think.
It has been in the news this week that Pope Francis is supporting homosexual rights and marriage.
But I am conflicted because I also advocate for their rights and legal protections. But as a Christian, I also think that the church should not allow them to be married under the religion and inside the church according to the traditional Catholic beliefs.
So I really feel conflicted because I agree that they should be given equal rights and I even feel uncomfortable to write that they shouldn't be allowed to have the civil union in the church because part of me also believes they should be able to.
Does anyone else feel conflicted about this? Should Christian faith be altered to allow homosexual union or should it follow the centuries old beliefs?
I'm interested to hear others' opinions on this!23 AnswersMarriage & Divorce7 hours ago
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CNN)Pope Francis has declared support for civil unions for same-sex couples for the first time, according to the Catholic News Agency.
The Pope made the historic remarks in a new documentary film, "Francesco," which was released in Rome on Wednesday.
"Homosexual people have a right to be in a family. They're children of God and have a right to a family. Nobody should be thrown out or be made miserable over it," the Pope said in the film, the Catholic News Agency reported.20 AnswersPolitics24 hours ago
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Is it the same as marxism?9 AnswersPolitics3 hours ago
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With the elections approaching, I have been trying to figure out why anyone would vote for Trump. What has he actually done?
1. The Economy
Republicans love to point out how great the economy is under Trump (before the pandemic). But think about this, Obama in its last few years created more jobs than Trump has in the last 4. While Obama inherited a massive recession, Trump inherited a decently growing economy.
2. Foreign Policy
America right now is the pariah of the world. No one respect us anymore. Allies like Britain, France, Germany want nothing to do with the Trump administration. He got out of the Iran deal to get what in return. Iran has restarted its nuclear facilities and is even more accepted in the international community.
He got out of the Paris deal just because Obama did it. He relaxed EPA regulations allowing companies and industries to whatever they want. No one can argue that the environment is better under Trump whatsoever.
4. Fiscal Policy
He gave a massive tax cut mostly beneficial to wealthy while increasing spending in other areas. Now we have a massive deficit. Think about it... the gov is making less in taxes but spending more. The poor and middle class has nothing to show for these cuts.
Despite his boasts, trade deficit with China has grown under Trump. More and more countries are now looking to china for economic leadership.
6. The wall
Whether you agree or not with the idea of a wall. Where is it?65 AnswersPolitics2 days ago
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When I tried to reason why Yahoo pulled their comment section away from their frontpage I saw their reasoning for it and felt a punch to my gut. Because who the hell cares what other peoples opinions are. Or do they? Hmm... I think people do want to read other's opinions on subjects are just as I do. But now that I gathered my own evidence about Yahoo's pathetic reason as to why they removed it, I realized that they can't be transparent and still control the narrative. Think about it, has Yahoo ever said one pro-Trump verb, adjective, or noun about him? Have you ever heard anything negative about Biden, even though his son was caught with a red herring in his pocket? They need to ensure that salt stays in the wounds by removing any feedback. There are so many Yahoo articles that require a cold slap in the face that it pains me that the public was spat in the face when it came to a end. But I did find out that Yahoo controls the monopoly. Edge uses MSN, which also favors left wing rhetoric. For example, ex mayor Rudy Giuliani has evidence that the Biden's are crooked. But instead his proof is being censored in the left wing news and the left are pulling out all the stops to involve him in a character assassination made up scandal.29 AnswersPolitics15 hours ago
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Seriously, do middle income liberals actually believe CHINA Biden when he says he will not raise your taxes?
If you believe him, think carefully about what he said! “Back in 2017, Trump signed off on a massive overhaul of the tax code: the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.” Middle income wage earners DID receive a tax reduction under this Act; there is no denying that. CHINA Biden said if he is elected, on day one, he will repeal this Act. Middle income taxes will go up under CHINA Biden like you never saw before, PERIOD!22 AnswersPolitics1 day ago