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|Originally posted by Ilaria
Although there are some of those organizations, they are truly non-consequential in the goals and missions of the Republican party as a whole, and its elected officials.
|Although there are some of those organizations, they are truly non-consequential in the goals and missions of the Republican party as a whole, and its elected officials.|
|Originally posted by Marlena
Thanks for the interesting article, Delta!
I wonder, though, if the author's trip down Highway 1 in CA, and the realization that the continued existence of the natural beauty that can be found while driving on it was due in large part to the activism of "tree huggers," resulted in any environmental ideological change in the author.
|Originally posted by Deirdre
Re: consumption ~ not sure if this is really a liberal or conservative issue or can be broken down along those lines. How does one legislate consumption? I know some simple living conservatives and liberals. I also know many movie stars who have million dollar plus mansions who consider themselves liberal and environmentalists. Hmm, I would have loved to have heard how the show was relating the two.
|Originally posted by summermom
Anybody know of any organizations or websites of Republican environmentalists?
..., Republican gay-rights activists, ...?
If not, please respect my wishes to have information only, not contrary opinions, on this thread only. Thanks!
|Soon, Kreeft and his radical friend found out that despite the gulf that separated them on politics, they shared a number of areas of agreement (suburbs bad; nature good; big business and big government bad; small business and small government good). Kreeft determined from this that "beneath the current political left-right alignments there are fault lines embedded in the crust of human nature that will inevitably open up some day and produce earthquakes that will change the current map of the political landscape."|
|But doesn't the Bush administration support big business?|
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