No, you're an entitled little shit who wants to use services without paying for them.
You could have just paidd the fine. Instead you contested it, or were late, or for whatever other reason you involved the court system, as is your right, but now you are unwilling to pay for that service. Let me guess, you're one of those "taxes are theft" bozos?
You know what? If there is one generation that is 'Me! Me!' it is the boomers. The generation that found a cure for limp dicks to be more important than not destroying the planet.
The human trafficking angle is basically a poison pill against liberal (in the American sense) protests against the bill.
Yes, because the incidence of that happening is almost insignificant, and using it to stigmatise all young mothers is simply wrong.
The obvious solution is of course to address the regressive part of the problem and abolish the flat tax.
And Solandri just explained to you that's exactly why we're no longer using gold as a currency.
socialism is about State power
See, and here is where you prove you're an idiot. Go read some Proudhon, or Bakunin, or Kropotkin, or if you want to stay in the US, Goldman.
There is a whole lot more to Socialism than just Marxism-Leninism. But of course, you being an idiot with the political sophistication of an invertebrate wouldn't know any of that. You, a PhD? From what diploma mill did you buy that, moron?
This is not an argument.
Of course it isn't. Your posts are so drenched in the signs of stupidity that arguments would be wasted.
I notice you produce not even a link to your 'strong evidence'. Apparently you don't think it is all that strong?
I'm a Socialist. I know about the Frankfurt School. Which you obviously don't.
'Cultural Marxism' is an easy shibboleth: it invariably indicates someone with a sub-Breitbart level of political sophistication. Also known as 'an idiot'.
I wasn't referring to just you, but to OP in this thread too. It seems we agree quite a bit.
I have some sympathy for Fidel because at least he wasn't Batista. But the narrative that makes him a mere plaything of forces beyond his control, as in 'he only turned communist because he got forced' does not square with my impression of a forceful man who was willing to do without support if need be for his cause.
Whatever you say of Fidel, character he didn't lack.
There really is enough evidence to cast at least doubt on that theory. The more accepted wisdom is that he did harbour strong Marxist sympathies and that the US opposition to his revolution was a good excuse to implement Marxist policies.
"This is lemma 1.1. We start a new chapter so the numbers all go back to one." -- Prof. Seager, C&O 351