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#11
(03-08-2016, 03:28 PM)~mc~ Wrote: what about racism? I dont see that on the list.

Sadly racism is an issue I can't fix through providing maximum freedom for the people.

There will always be racists.

The problem with racism in this country though seems to be more a class issue than a race issue. People that have jobs would like to keep their jobs and those that don't have jobs want to get those jobs. It turns into a bidding war bringing prices down to whomever will do that job for the least amount.

This tension is relieved somewhat by the jobs market being an employee positive situation where there are so many jobs you can pick and choose where you want to work. This also eliminates the need for such things as 'hiring quotas' that in and of themselves are discriminatory. That leads to an actual feeling of "Hey, we are all just Americans despite the melanin levels in our skin". He isn't getting a position he isn't qualified for because of his skin color, he's getting it because the companies hiring are desperate for warm bodies.

This of course won't eliminate racism. But it's a good start.
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(03-08-2016, 03:40 PM)blind prophet Wrote: Education agenda bias, from K to the phd/md,jd or anything else.

I'm not a fan of the Department of Education as it exists right now. Education rightly should be a local issue with very little input into it from the Fed Gov. Millions each year is spent by 'administrators' who gave us Common Core and No Child Left Behind and don't actually add anything positive or substantial to the educational experience for a child.

That being said, educational bias could always be treated just like the media bias should be treated. Teach it all but add disclaimers that some things are just theory and not 100% proven.

Religious schools for religious indoctrination but public schools should only touch on the historical impact that religion has and not 'choose a side' when it comes to one. That means all the positive impacts as well as the negative ones.

As an example "Creationism" in all it's forms (bible/UFO) vs "Evolution" with the caveat that none are proven completely. It's all theoretical at this point with some evidence favoring one side or the other.

I'm more in favor of teaching a kid 'how' to think instead of 'what' to think.
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#13
(03-08-2016, 03:28 PM)~mc~ Wrote: what about racism? I dont see that on the list.

(03-08-2016, 03:40 PM)blind prophet Wrote: Education agenda bias, from K to the phd/md,jd or anything else.
Both very legitimate problems. I think racism will never be solved but we have to call out the tards who create and invent racism in everythingYeah

The education has to be left to the states. Letting the Regressive Democrats take control of education has been one of the biggest atrocities in American history honestly. These millennials are majority retard

“A ship does not sail with yesterday’s wind” 
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(03-08-2016, 07:04 PM)Angry Red Man Wrote:
(03-08-2016, 03:28 PM)~mc~ Wrote: what about racism? I dont see that on the list.

Sadly racism is an issue I can't fix through providing maximum freedom for the people.

There will always be racists.

The problem with racism in this country though seems to be more a class issue than a race issue. People that have jobs would like to keep their jobs and those that don't have jobs want to get those jobs. It turns into a bidding war bringing prices down to whomever will do that job for the least amount.

This tension is relieved somewhat by the jobs market being an employee positive situation where there are so many jobs you can pick and choose where you want to work. This also eliminates the need for such things as 'hiring quotas' that in and of themselves are discriminatory. That leads to an actual feeling of "Hey, we are all just Americans despite the melanin levels in our skin". He isn't getting a position he isn't qualified for because of his skin color, he's getting it because the companies hiring are desperate for warm bodies.

This of course won't eliminate racism. But it's a good start.

The job should always go to the person with the best work history and academic record or aptitude test scores. I have a cousin who is fluent in Spanish who has scored 100% on placement tests for state jobs only to lose out to Hispanics who scored 60% but were hired to fill quotas. That doesn't make us love Hispanics.
Islam is right about LGBT.  Scratchinghead

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(03-08-2016, 08:01 PM)Pope Trollalotta Wrote:
(03-08-2016, 07:04 PM)Angry Red Man Wrote:
(03-08-2016, 03:28 PM)~mc~ Wrote: what about racism? I dont see that on the list.

Sadly racism is an issue I can't fix through providing maximum freedom for the people.

There will always be racists.

The problem with racism in this country though seems to be more a class issue than a race issue. People that have jobs would like to keep their jobs and those that don't have jobs want to get those jobs. It turns into a bidding war bringing prices down to whomever will do that job for the least amount.

This tension is relieved somewhat by the jobs market being an employee positive situation where there are so many jobs you can pick and choose where you want to work. This also eliminates the need for such things as 'hiring quotas' that in and of themselves are discriminatory. That leads to an actual feeling of "Hey, we are all just Americans despite the melanin levels in our skin". He isn't getting a position he isn't qualified for because of his skin color, he's getting it because the companies hiring are desperate for warm bodies.

This of course won't eliminate racism. But it's a good start.

The job should always go to the person with the best work history and academic record or aptitude test scores. I have a cousin who is fluent in Spanish who has scored 100% on placement tests for state jobs only to lose out to Hispanics who scored 60% but were hired to fill quotas. That doesn't make us love Hispanics.

Exactly my point.

Right now it's an employers market where the employer makes and abides by the rules.

When it's an employee's market then hiring quotas are no big deal as there are not enough warm bodies to fill the jobs available.
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#16
(03-08-2016, 08:22 PM)Angry Red Man Wrote:
(03-08-2016, 08:01 PM)Pope Trollalotta Wrote:
(03-08-2016, 07:04 PM)Angry Red Man Wrote:
(03-08-2016, 03:28 PM)~mc~ Wrote: what about racism? I dont see that on the list.

Sadly racism is an issue I can't fix through providing maximum freedom for the people.

There will always be racists.

The problem with racism in this country though seems to be more a class issue than a race issue. People that have jobs would like to keep their jobs and those that don't have jobs want to get those jobs. It turns into a bidding war bringing prices down to whomever will do that job for the least amount.

This tension is relieved somewhat by the jobs market being an employee positive situation where there are so many jobs you can pick and choose where you want to work. This also eliminates the need for such things as 'hiring quotas' that in and of themselves are discriminatory. That leads to an actual feeling of "Hey, we are all just Americans despite the melanin levels in our skin". He isn't getting a position he isn't qualified for because of his skin color, he's getting it because the companies hiring are desperate for warm bodies.

This of course won't eliminate racism. But it's a good start.

The job should always go to the person with the best work history and academic record or aptitude test scores. I have a cousin who is fluent in Spanish who has scored 100% on placement tests for state jobs only to lose out to Hispanics who scored 60% but were hired to fill quotas. That doesn't make us love Hispanics.

Exactly my point.

Right now it's an employers market where the employer makes and abides by the rules.

When it's an employee's market then hiring quotas are no big deal as there are not enough warm bodies to fill the jobs available.
Just so you know, if you ever run for President you have my vote.
Islam is right about LGBT.  Scratchinghead

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#17
(03-08-2016, 08:27 PM)Pope Trollalotta Wrote:
(03-08-2016, 08:22 PM)Angry Red Man Wrote:
(03-08-2016, 08:01 PM)Pope Trollalotta Wrote:
(03-08-2016, 07:04 PM)Angry Red Man Wrote:
(03-08-2016, 03:28 PM)~mc~ Wrote: what about racism? I dont see that on the list.

Sadly racism is an issue I can't fix through providing maximum freedom for the people.

There will always be racists.

The problem with racism in this country though seems to be more a class issue than a race issue. People that have jobs would like to keep their jobs and those that don't have jobs want to get those jobs. It turns into a bidding war bringing prices down to whomever will do that job for the least amount.

This tension is relieved somewhat by the jobs market being an employee positive situation where there are so many jobs you can pick and choose where you want to work. This also eliminates the need for such things as 'hiring quotas' that in and of themselves are discriminatory. That leads to an actual feeling of "Hey, we are all just Americans despite the melanin levels in our skin". He isn't getting a position he isn't qualified for because of his skin color, he's getting it because the companies hiring are desperate for warm bodies.

This of course won't eliminate racism. But it's a good start.

The job should always go to the person with the best work history and academic record or aptitude test scores. I have a cousin who is fluent in Spanish who has scored 100% on placement tests for state jobs only to lose out to Hispanics who scored 60% but were hired to fill quotas. That doesn't make us love Hispanics.

Exactly my point.

Right now it's an employers market where the employer makes and abides by the rules.

When it's an employee's market then hiring quotas are no big deal as there are not enough warm bodies to fill the jobs available.
Just so you know, if you ever run for President you have my vote.

Mine too.. With barb as vice Yeah3
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(03-08-2016, 08:31 PM)~mc~ Wrote:
(03-08-2016, 08:27 PM)Pope Trollalotta Wrote:
(03-08-2016, 08:22 PM)Angry Red Man Wrote:
(03-08-2016, 08:01 PM)Pope Trollalotta Wrote:
(03-08-2016, 07:04 PM)Angry Red Man Wrote: Sadly racism is an issue I can't fix through providing maximum freedom for the people.

There will always be racists.

The problem with racism in this country though seems to be more a class issue than a race issue. People that have jobs would like to keep their jobs and those that don't have jobs want to get those jobs. It turns into a bidding war bringing prices down to whomever will do that job for the least amount.

This tension is relieved somewhat by the jobs market being an employee positive situation where there are so many jobs you can pick and choose where you want to work. This also eliminates the need for such things as 'hiring quotas' that in and of themselves are discriminatory. That leads to an actual feeling of "Hey, we are all just Americans despite the melanin levels in our skin". He isn't getting a position he isn't qualified for because of his skin color, he's getting it because the companies hiring are desperate for warm bodies.

This of course won't eliminate racism. But it's a good start.

The job should always go to the person with the best work history and academic record or aptitude test scores. I have a cousin who is fluent in Spanish who has scored 100% on placement tests for state jobs only to lose out to Hispanics who scored 60% but were hired to fill quotas. That doesn't make us love Hispanics.

Exactly my point.

Right now it's an employers market where the employer makes and abides by the rules.

When it's an employee's market then hiring quotas are no big deal as there are not enough warm bodies to fill the jobs available.
Just so you know, if you ever run for President you have my vote.

Mine too.. With barb as vice  Yeah3

I have spent a lifetime in Vice.
Islam is right about LGBT.  Scratchinghead

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(03-08-2016, 08:40 PM)Pope Trollalotta Wrote:
(03-08-2016, 08:31 PM)~mc~ Wrote:
(03-08-2016, 08:27 PM)Pope Trollalotta Wrote:
(03-08-2016, 08:22 PM)Angry Red Man Wrote:
(03-08-2016, 08:01 PM)Pope Trollalotta Wrote: The job should always go to the person with the best work history and academic record or aptitude test scores. I have a cousin who is fluent in Spanish who has scored 100% on placement tests for state jobs only to lose out to Hispanics who scored 60% but were hired to fill quotas. That doesn't make us love Hispanics.

Exactly my point.

Right now it's an employers market where the employer makes and abides by the rules.

When it's an employee's market then hiring quotas are no big deal as there are not enough warm bodies to fill the jobs available.
Just so you know, if you ever run for President you have my vote.

Mine too.. With barb as vice  Yeah3

I have spent a lifetime in Vice.

You know what I mean Heartflowers
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#20
(03-08-2016, 08:27 PM)Pope Trollalotta Wrote:
(03-08-2016, 08:22 PM)Angry Red Man Wrote:
(03-08-2016, 08:01 PM)Pope Trollalotta Wrote:
(03-08-2016, 07:04 PM)Angry Red Man Wrote:
(03-08-2016, 03:28 PM)~mc~ Wrote: what about racism? I dont see that on the list.

Sadly racism is an issue I can't fix through providing maximum freedom for the people.

There will always be racists.

The problem with racism in this country though seems to be more a class issue than a race issue. People that have jobs would like to keep their jobs and those that don't have jobs want to get those jobs. It turns into a bidding war bringing prices down to whomever will do that job for the least amount.

This tension is relieved somewhat by the jobs market being an employee positive situation where there are so many jobs you can pick and choose where you want to work. This also eliminates the need for such things as 'hiring quotas' that in and of themselves are discriminatory. That leads to an actual feeling of "Hey, we are all just Americans despite the melanin levels in our skin". He isn't getting a position he isn't qualified for because of his skin color, he's getting it because the companies hiring are desperate for warm bodies.

This of course won't eliminate racism. But it's a good start.

The job should always go to the person with the best work history and academic record or aptitude test scores. I have a cousin who is fluent in Spanish who has scored 100% on placement tests for state jobs only to lose out to Hispanics who scored 60% but were hired to fill quotas. That doesn't make us love Hispanics.

Exactly my point.

Right now it's an employers market where the employer makes and abides by the rules.

When it's an employee's market then hiring quotas are no big deal as there are not enough warm bodies to fill the jobs available.
Just so you know, if you ever run for President you have my vote.

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