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Column mischaracterizes progressive movement

September 11, 2019 - 00:00
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In response to the Democratic Column in the July 31st edition, I have the following observations: The writer makes an argument favorable to the progressive agenda by declaring its popularity but noting that its caucus is less than a quarter of the House of Representatives, its size at 98 members. As with many progressive arguments, we are only given the part of the truth that sounds good. These are people who soften the radical nature of their arguments in the form of euphemism or by re-defining words. Thus, taxes are investments, infanticide is a woman’s choice, homosexuality is gay and lately, we have ...

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