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    :confused: I would feel more comfortable voting in 2012 if I knew the stance of liberals, independents and conservatives on the following issues. If we could compare the three in a comprehensive manner that would be super.


    Politics/ economics2003 invasion of Iraq;
    Abortion;
    ACLU The American Civil Liberties Union;
    Affirmative action;
    African American Alberta secessionism.
    American Hunters and Shooters Association
    History of Jews in the United States- historical review of American Jews.
    Anarchism
    Anarcho-capitalism
    Anti-Americanism
    Anti-clericalism
    Anti-Irish racism
    Antisemitism
    Asian American
    Atheism
    Osama bin Laden
    Black supremacy
    British National Party
    Capitalism
    Capital Punishment
    Catalonia
    Cherokee Americans - who have Cherokee ancestry.
    People's Republic of China - economy, military, human rights issues.
    Chinese spies
    CIA leak scandal, aka Plame affair (controversies include naming of articles)
    CIA leak scandal timeline, aka Plame affair timeline (controversies include naming of articles)
    Communism
    Communist government
    Communist state
    Conservatism in the USA
    Controversy
    Copyright, Free software, viral license, Copyright infringement of software, DMCA, copyright term extension, Inducement/Child Exploitation
    Crime in the USA
    Criticism of Wal-Mart
    Cuba
    Culture war in American politics
    Cyprus
    Cyprus dispute
    Deaf American (rising self-identify among the hearing impaired as an "ethnic group").
    Demographics of Europe
    Demographics of the United States
    Domestic violence
    Detroit
    Economy of Japan
    European Union (EU)
    Fascism
    Federal Marriage Amendment
    Feminism
    FDIC
    Fox News
    Free trade
    Freedom fighter
    Gay rights, LGBT rights
    Genocide denial
    Gun politics
    Hamas
    Harry's Place
    Hate crimes
    Health care reform in the United States
    Hezbollah
    Hitler - in regards to his biography, political career and personal issues (i.e. possible homosexuality or mental illness disorder).
    Holocaust
    Holodomor
    Homosexual agenda
    Human rights in Cuba
    Human Rights in the United States
    Hyphenated American
    Illegal drugs and drug abuse
    Illegal Immigration into the USA
    India- economy and politics
    Politics of Iran
    Ireland and Irish people - alledged anti-British sentiment and alleged British Bias.
    Isa Gambar
    History of Israel
    Israel-Palestine conflict and all related issues.
    Italian American (anti-Italianism)
    Japan - history of being a world power.
    Jewish Americans as a lobbying interest group.
    Joe Biden
    John Kerry
    John McCain
    Kashmir
    Korean War
    Kosovo
    Louisiana politics, as well alleged corruption (also the adage of "Chicago-way or New Jersey-style politics").
    Lebanon - ethnic/religious conflicts.
    Liberalism in the USA
    Libertarianism
    Los Macheteros
    Macedonia, Republic of Macedonia, Macedonian Slavs
    Moldavia, Moldovans
    Masculism
    Mexico - economic and political systems.
    Morality and ethics
    Movement to impeach George W. Bush
    Multiculturalism
    Muslim Brotherhood
    NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization).
    National Democratic Party of Germany (NPD) - (rel. bombing of Dresden)
    Native American name controversy
    National Anarchism
    Nazi Germany
    Neo-conservative
    Neo-liberalism
    New World Order (conspiracy theory)
    Politics of North Korea
    Northern Ireland
    Nullum crimen, nulla poena sine praevia lege poenali
    Pakkoruotsi
    Palestine
    Palestine Liberation Organization
    Park51, a proposed (as of September 2010) Islamic community center and mosque to be built near the World Trade Center site
    Patriotism in the USA
    People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals
    Pioneer Fund - US racial research group.
    Polish people (Anti-Polish sentiment)
    Political correctness
    Political parties and partisan politics.
    Poverty in USA and worldwide
    Price-Anderson Nuclear Industries Indemnity Act
    Public education in the USA
    Puerto Ricans in the United States
    Quebec, Canada
    Race relations in the USA
    Racial quota
    Race/ethnicity issues in many countries, such as in Demographics of Chile.
    Racism - definition of
    Recession
    Salvador Allende
    Same-sex marriage
    Sarah Palin
    Saskatchewan Party
    Laura Schlessinger
    School violence
    Republika Srpska, Republic of Serbian Krajina
    Sedition
    Sexual harassment
    Separatism
    September 11, 2001 attacks also known as 9/11.
    Ariel Sharon
    Sinkiang
    Silesia
    Socialism
    Spain - autonomous movements in each province of the country.
    Switzerland- Banking
    Synarchism
    Syrian Social Nationalist Party
    Tea Party movement and Tea Party protests
    Taliban
    Terrorism
    Terrorist groups
    Tibet
    Tobin tax
    Torture (see also Medical torture) .
    Universal Health care proposals in the USA.
    United Nations (UN)
    USA PATRIOT Act
    The United States's War on Terror
    Valencianism Valencian people vs. Catalan people (Catalan nationalism) over what to classify the Valencian language a "dialect" of Catalan language.
    Vector Marketing
    Western civilization
    White Americans - non-racist white identity.
    Wiretapping
    Paul Wolfowitz
    Womyn - alternative spelling of women.
    Xinjiang
    Yugoslavia - breakup of the country.
    Zaire now the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
    Zimbabwe
    [edit] History2011 Sendai earthquake and tsunami
    1953 Iranian coup d'état.
    1973 coup in Chile.
    1992 Los Angeles riots.
    9/11 or September 11 terrorist attacks.
    American Airlines Flight 77
    American Revolution
    Apartheid
    Apollo moon landing hoax accusations
    Armenian Genocide
    Aryan invasion theory
    Atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
    Battle of Cuito Cuanavale
    Berlin wall
    Black Power
    Bloody Sunday (1972)
    Bosnia and Herzegovina - 1992-1995 war.
    Bromberg Bloody Sunday
    Centre Party Germany
    Chicano nationalism - also see Mexican American.
    Coandă-1910
    Cold war era - i.e. Cuban missile crisis
    Communism - histories of communist regimes.
    Confederate States of America
    Jim Crow laws or racial segregation
    Constitutional law
    Crusades into the holy land
    Cyprus dispute
    D-Day 1944 allied invasion of France.
    East Germany (the German Democratic Republic 1949-90).
    Ethnicity
    Falkland Islands
    French Revolution
    Genocide
    Great Depression
    Green Revolution
    Heimatvertriebene
    Holocaust
    Holocaust denial
    Ireland - history, including 1850s Irish Potato Famine.
    Israel
    Irredentism in Italy, China, Mexico and elsewhere.
    Japanese American internment during WWII.
    Jesus Christ - historical/ biographical studies (the Bible and other sources).
    Jews in Ukraine and Poland, "Ukrainian and Polish antisemitism".
    Kennedy assassinations of 1963 and 1968.
    Kosovo War
    Kuril Islands
    Libyan Civil War
    Louisiana Purchase of 1803
    Majestic 12
    Maoism
    Marijuana - illegalization of the drug.
    Mexican-American War (see also History of Mexican-Americans).
    Middle Ages
    Native Americans in the United States
    Nazism
    Nordic race theories of global domination (see also Aryan race and white race)
    Okinawa - U.S. rule 1945-1972.
    Operation Wetback - mass deportation program of Mexicans (either illegal aliens, naturalized citizens and Mexican-Americans) from the US in the 1950s.
    Other Losses
    Panama canal, US rule in Canal Zone 1903-1979.
    Philippines under US rule 1898-1946.
    Prohibition in the US 1919-33.
    Prussia
    Puerto Rico - annexation of the island by the U.S.
    Quebec separatism
    Radicalism
    Roswell UFO Incident
    Numerous episodes of Russian-Polish relations
    Sanhedrin
    Scientology
    Silesia
    Slavery
    Soviet Union or the USSR.
    Spanish-American war
    Spanish civil war
    Spanish Inquisition
    Stem cell research
    Texas Revolution of 1836, known by the battle of the Alamo.
    The Rape of Nanking (book).
    Tiananmen Square protests of 1989.
    Trail of Tears
    TWA Flight 800
    U.S. Civil War
    U.S. Latinos or Hispanics.
    U.S. War of 1812
    United States presidential election, 2000
    Unidentified flying objects or UFOs
    Numerous episodes of Ukrainian-Polish relations
    Numerous episodes of Ukrainian-Russian relations.
    Ustaše
    Vietnam war
    Watergate scandal
    White supremacy
    Women's rights and feminism.
    causes and effects of World War I.
    causes and effects of World War II.
    [edit] Religion2012, 2012 phenomenon, and the Mesoamerican Long Count calendar
    Adventist
    Agnosticism
    American Family Association
    Anti-clericalism
    Anti-Judaism
    Apollo Quiboloy
    Atheism
    Biblical literalism
    Catholicism
    Christian Coalition
    Christian science
    Christianity
    Christophobia
    Conservative Judaism and Criticism of Conservative Judaism
    Creationism
    Cult
    Deism
    Dhimmi
    Dorje Shugden controversy
    Druze
    Eastern Orthodoxy
    Evangelical
    Falun Gong
    Feminism and religion.
    Fundamentalism
    Gay Marriage - opposition of.
    Gnosticism and the New Testament
    God
    Guru (structure and criticism)
    Hare Krishna
    Hate group (new religious movements)
    Historicity of Jesus
    Homosexuality and religion.
    Iglesia ni Cristo
    Imperium (Warhammer 40,000)
    Islamophobia
    Islam - certain radical and politicized groups, and not entirely understood in the western world. [original research?]
    Jainism
    Jehovah's witnesses
    Judaism
    Judas Iscariot
    Kabbala
    Kashrut and Kosher
    Ku Klux Klan - radical Christian hate group.
    Last Supper of Jesus
    Liturgy
    Lutheranism
    Makkah/Mecca ('Offensive' spelling).
    Menachem Mendel Schneerson
    Mennonites - most notably the old order Amish.
    Mormonism - to a certain extent (subset of the Latter Day Saint movement).
    Neocatechumenal Way
    New Age
    New Kadampa Tradition
    Ole Nydahl and Diamond Way Buddhism
    Opus Dei
    Pacifism
    Paganism - various sects
    Paul and Gnosticism
    Pentecostalism
    Politics and religion.
    Prem Rawat and Divine Light Mission
    Project Chanology
    Protestant Reformation
    U.S. Republican Party connection with the religious right.
    Religion and sexuality and various related topics.
    Role of women in religion, Religious feminism, and related topics
    Separation of Church and State
    Satanism
    Sathya Sai Baba enduring dispute about the amount of space devoted to describing the views of proponents and critics as published on their homepages
    Scientology
    Sharia
    Sin
    Sufism
    Syncretism
    Taboo
    Temple Mount and related topics
    United Submitters International, Qur'an alone, Rashad Khalifa peacock words, critical sources removed, lack of RS, failure to describe size and importance and relation to older Islamic groups, linkfarming
    Universal Life Church
    Universalism
    Westboro Baptist Church
    [edit] Science / Biology / HealthAbortion
    ADD/ADHD
    AIDS
    AIDS denialism
    Alcoholism
    Allergy - causes of.
    Allopathic medicine
    Alzheimer's disease
    Alternative medicine and closely related issues
    Anencephaly
    Assisted suicide
    Aspartame
    Aspartame controversy
    Asperger's syndrome and Autism
    Astrology as a "science"
    Bates method
    Bioethics
    Biology and sexual orientation
    Birth defect
    Black hole information paradox
    Blood transfusions
    Cancer cures
    Cesarean section
    Chakra
    Chiropractic
    Chromosome
    Circumcision
    Cloning
    Cold fusion
    Conjoined twins
    Creationism
    Cryonics
    Depleted uranium
    Depression
    Disability
    Drugs
    Dyslexia
    Ebola virus
    Electrical sensitivity
    Eugenics
    Euthanasia
    Evolution
    Family Planning
    Female genital cutting
    Flat Earth Society
    Genetic Engineering
    Genetically modified foods (or GM food(s))
    Gender differences.
    Gypsies as a race.
    Heredity
    Heritability of IQ
    HIV - virus that causes AIDS.
    HMO - US health care coverage.
    Hodgkin's Disease
    Homeopathy
    Human cloning
    Human evolution debate
    Human longevity
    Huntington's disease
    Influenza strains like the H5N1 virus or bird flu
    Intelligent design
    Jewish people as a "race".
    Kegels
    Lactose intolerance as a genetic inherited trait
    Life extension
    Lupus
    Master race
    Medical torture
    Mental illness
    Mental retardation
    Mind control
    Mucoid plaque
    Nutrition
    Obesity
    Organ donor and transplants
    Overpopulation
    Paternity testing
    Pharmaceutical industry in the USA
    Pluto demoted as a planet
    Poppers *- the use of alkyl nitrites as a drug)
    Premature birth
    Prenatal care
    Psychiatry
    Race and science.
    Race and intelligence
    Recapitulation theory
    Schizophrenia
    Self-mutilation
    Sexually transmitted diseases
    Smoking and tobacco
    Sperm donor and Egg donor
    Stem cell research
    Subluxation
    Surrogate mother - child custody battles
    Tay-Sachs disease
    Test-tube babies
    Thiomersal
    Transgendered, Transsexual, and BIID persons
    Twin paradox
    Universe - such as the Big Bang theory
    Vaccination
    Veganism and Vegetarianism
    Woman and female health issues (see pregnancy, menopause, breast cancer and ovarian cancer).
    [edit] Sexuality69ing
    Sexuality of Abraham Lincoln
    Adultery ("consensual sex without wedlock")
    Age of consent
    Anal sex
    Abasiophilia
    Adult grooming and child grooming, where sexual abuse and murder victims first meet their perpretators online and in some cases, actually set up to meet IRL (In Real Life).
    Asian fetish
    Attraction to disability
    BDSM
    Beastiality
    Bisexuality
    Child sexuality
    Conversion therapy (also called "reparative therapy")
    Ejaculation
    Fetishism
    Fingering and fisting
    Fornication
    G-Spot
    Genetic sexual attraction
    Genital modification and mutilation
    Gerontophilia
    Hentai ("anime porn")
    Homosexuality
    Incest
    Lolicon
    Love-shyness
    Masturbation
    Necrophilia
    North American Man/Boy Love Association
    Oral sex
    Orgasm
    Pedophilia
    Polyamory
    Polygamy
    Pornography
    Pregnancy fetishism
    Rape
    Sadomasochism
    Semen
    Sex offender
    Sexual abuse
    Stalking
    Swinging ("bisexuals" and "singles")
    Transsexual
    Women (see Women and Sexuality)
    Zoophilia
    [edit] SportsBarry Bonds' credibility on his career home run record during the BALCO drug doping scandal.
    Tour de France - such as American champions Floyd Landis and Lance Armstrong over alleged drug use.
    UEFA Cup
    UEFA Cup records and statistics
    UEFA Cup finals
    Liverpool FC
    World Cup of association football (soccer).
    Ted Williams - frozen corpse scandal in a cryogenic lab.
    Mike Phelps
    2008 World Series - Game 5
    WNBA and Women's sports (professional or amateur levels).
    [edit] EntertainmentBullfighting
    Bumfights
    Entertainment Software Rating Board
    Duke Nukem Forever and other development hell games
    Gambling
    Girls Gone Wild
    Hip hop culture, hip hop music, and rapping
    Entertainment restriction
    MPAA film rating system
    Playboy Magazine
    Pop punk
    Smooth jazz
    Video game controversy
    Disc jockeys
    List of best-selling albums worldwide
    Psytrance
    [edit] Environment2005 hurricane season
    Agent Orange chemical compounds.
    Al Gore - US vice president (1993-2000) turned environmental activist.
    Bubonic plague
    Carbon footprint
    Chernobyl
    Conservation
    Deforestation
    Dust bowl
    Eco-fascism
    Eco-terrorism
    Endangered species
    Energy consumption
    Environmental vegetarianism
    Fossil fuels
    Global warming and Global cooling theories.
    Green as in "eco consciousness".
    Gulf War Syndrome as a form of chemical poisoning in many Gulf War veterans.
    Human population (Estimated 7 billion people on Earth in the years 2010-12). [citation needed]
    Hydrogen Bomb and Atomic Bomb testing effects.
    An Inconvenient Truth - 2006 documentary movie on humanity's involvement in climate change.
    Ice Age with Creationist theories.
    Kyoto Protocol treaty (1997).
    Lead poisoning
    Love Canal
    Mercury poisoning and cause of Minamata Syndrome in a Japanese fishing village during the 1960s.
    Mining
    Nuclear power
    Oil drilling and ANWR petroleum reserves in Alaska's North Slope.
    Overpopulation (see global human Population explosion)
    Ozone depletion
    Ozone hole
    PETA and Animal Rights groups.
    Pollution
    Recycling
    Sea level rise.
    Smog in world major cities like Los Angeles and Mexico City, two examples of extreme air pollution.
    Three Mile Island
    Toxic waste
    Water shortages and droughts/floods.
    Weather modification
    [edit] Law and OrderCrime in America
    Illegal drugs
    Judicial system
    Jury duty
    Law enforcement
    Legal status of Minors and Juveniles (see Teenagers).
    Public education (also mandatory school attendance laws).
    Prisons
    Selective Service and Military draft
    Tax (see also the IRS/ U.S. Internal Revenue Service).
    [edit] LinguisticsAncient Macedonian language
    Balto-Slavic languages
    Basque language - unrelated to any Indo-European or any other language in the world.
    Bilingualism in Canada
    Celtic revival - the restoration of Celtic languages in Ireland, Scotland, Wales and Cornwall, England as well in Brittany in France.
    Chinese language policies.
    Creole languages.
    Dene-Caucasian languages
    Ebonics
    French language in Canada
    Graeco-Armenian
    Hate crimes and discrimination against different language speakers.
    Indo-European (languages and the "Aryan" race theory).
    Japanese language and Korean language, theorized similarities and self-isolates from any other language.
    Ladino
    Language revival
    Linguistics
    Macedonian language
    Norwegian language controversies.
    Occitan Language, Occitania and vergonha (linguicide in France).
    Pidgin English
    Quebec (French as the official language of the province over English).
    Riksmål
    Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis
    Sami language spoken by the Sami people indigenous to Scandinavia.
    Spanish in the United States
    Turanism of Turkic languages
    Welsh Language
    Yiddish language
    [edit] PhilosophyFriedrich Nietzsche
    Meaning of life
    Plato
    Scientific Method
    Socrates
    Truth
    [edit] PsychiatryBruno Bettelheim
    Carl Jung
    Dr. Laura
    Dr. Ruth
    Hans Asperger
    Joseph J. Caruso
    Sigmund Freud
    Marc Emery
    [edit] TechnologyBit Torrent
    BitTorrent (protocol)
    Blu-ray Disc
    Criticism of Microsoft
    Criticism of Windows Vista
    Criticism of Apple
    Console wars
    Digital rights management esp re opening -- see talk and archive
    Electric car
    Electronic voting
    Facebook
    Factory farming
    File sharing
    GNU/Linux naming controversy – discussed extensively at Talk:Linux
    HD DVD
    MySpace.com - online privacy and security issues
    Napster
    Net neutrality
    Norton AntiVirus
    Nuclear power
    Object-oriented programming
    P2P
    Removal of Internet Explorer
    Solar Power
    Standardization of Office Open XML
    The Pirate Bay
    Windows Vista
    [edit] Media/cultureAnime shows for mature audiences such as Death Note and Ghost in the Shell.
    Beavis and Butthead.
    Black Entertainment Television.
    Cable News: CNN, MSNBC and Fox News Channel, as well the BBC and Al-Jazeera.
    Censorship laws.
    Chinese television (CCTV).
    Digimon per clashes among fans and critics over this and Pokémon.
    Digital television conversion in US.
    Diversity on prime-time TV.
    Disco music.
    Drawn Together.
    Emos.
    European culture.
    Family Guy.
    Federal Communications Commission or US FCC.
    Gay culture.
    Google and facebook (privacy issues).
    Gothic subculture.
    Harry Potter.
    Heavy metal, black metal and death metal.
    Hippies.
    Internet forum/message board.
    Liberal media.
    Mad TV.
    Media bias.
    Netiquette.
    Pentagon Papers of the New York Times 1971.
    Rap and hip-hop.
    Rave and Rave culture.
    Sasha Baron Cohen, for his controversial live-action characters Ali G, Borat and Brüno.
    The Simpsons.
    South Park.
    Telemundo and Univision - Spanish language Television in the US.
    Talk radio- limits on free speech.
    Time-Warner and Viacom as multi-corporate monopolies.
    Trinity Broadcasting Network and televangelists.
    Twitter as a social trend.
    Virgin Records.
    World Wide Web or the internet.
    Youtube (content issues).
    Yuppies.
    [edit] People/ public figures/ infamous personsNero and Caligula, Roman emperors.
    Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, President of Iran.
    Syed Ahmed
    Muhammed Ali - formerly Cassius Clay, conversion to Islam and anti-Vietnam war comments.
    Kirstie Alley
    Idi Amin, Ugandan dictator.
    Criss Angel
    Yasir Arafat
    Mustafa Kemal Ataturk
    Gilad Atzmon
    Michelle Bachelet
    Brigitte Bardot
    Glenn Beck
    David Beckham
    Joy Behar
    Art Bell - radio program discussions on conspiracy theories.
    Tony Blair
    Robert Blake - 2002 homicide defendant case.
    Hans Blix
    Barry Bonds and the BALCO drug scandal (includes other major league baseball athletes José Canseco, Mark McGwire and Alex Rodriguez).
    Bonnie and Clyde
    Ruđer Bošković - ethnicity.
    Lorena Bobbitt - In 1994, mutilated her husband's penis in self-defense from marital rape.
    Leonid Brezhnev
    Anita Bryant
    Kobe Bryant
    Pat Buchanan
    George W. Bush and his father George H.W. Bush, U.S. Presidents.
    Jeb Bush
    Richard Butler - founder of the Aryan Nations group.
    George Carlin
    Jimmy Carter, U.S. President and peace negotiator.
    Fidel Castro and brother Raul Castro, leaders of Cuba.
    Cesar Chavez
    Hugo Chávez
    Dave Chappelle - satirist and comedian.
    Dick Cheney, U.S. Vice President and CEO of Halliburton.
    Cher and her ex-husband Sonny Bono and his widow Mary Bono Mack in politics.
    Jacques Chirac
    Margaret Cho
    Seung-Hui Cho - Virginia Tech University gunman killed himself and 32 others in 2007 massacre.
    Chris Christie, governor of the state of New Jersey.
    Ward Churchill - Colorado State professor known for comments about 9-11 survivors, and involved in radical left and American Indian political movements.
    Bill Clinton and wife Hillary Rodham Clinton, U.S. President and U.S. Secretary of State, respectively. Hillary Clinton was also among the board of executives of Wal-Mart while she was wife of then-governor Bill in 1980's.
    Kurt Cobain - 1994 suicide (or murder) controversy.
    Christopher Columbus
    Sean "Puffy" Combs - aka "Puff Daddy".
    Nicolaus Copernicus - (Copernicus' nationality either Polish or German).
    Stephen Colbert
    John Corzine, governor of the state of New Jersey.
    Ann Coulter
    Tom Cruise - recent actions and Scientology controversy.
    Salvador Dalí
    Jeffrey Dahmer
    Angela Davis - former black panther member in 1973 federal homicide case.
    Hassan Diab - alleged role in the 1980 Paris synagogue bombing.
    Andrew Dice Clay - satirist and comedian known for vulgar performances in the 1980's and early 1990's.
    The Dixie Chicks - politically charged anti-Bush comments in 2003.
    Walt Disney - alleged antisemitism and alcoholism.
    Phil Donahue
    David Duke
    Andrea Dworkin
    Eminem real name Marshall Mathers, rapper.
    Pablo Escobar
    Jerry Falwell
    Melissa Farley
    Gerald Ford - 1975 Watergate pardons; U.S. President.
    Henry Ford
    Michael J. Fox and late Christopher Reeve - stem cell research advocates.
    Al Franken
    Kenny G - dispute over genre.
    William Gaillard
    Janeane Garofalo
    Charles de Gaulle
    Mel Gibson- for verbal anti-Semitic and homophobic comments in DUI arrest.
    Kathie Lee Gifford - 1995 children's sweatshop scandal involved her clothing brand, her ex-husband Frank Gifford's affairs and her political/religious views spoofed in comedy.
    Newt Gingrich, U.S. Speaker of the House.
    Girls Aloud - numerous controversies.
    Rudy Giuliani, Mayor of New York City and U.S. Presidential candidate.
    Nancy Grace
    Wayne Gretzky and wife Janet Jones in sports gambling scandal.
    Joseph Goebbels
    Whoopi Goldberg - political comments as co-host on the show The View.
    Mikhail Gorbachev
    Al Gore, U.S. Vice President.
    Temple Grandin, Livestock handling architect diagonsed with autism involved in the redesign of the cattle/livestock industry and leading figure of the Autism community.
    Woody Guthrie - His song lyrics endorsed leftism/socialism and portrayed farm workers as victims of the Great Depression.
    Guns and Roses rock band - Axl Rose
    Ferenc Gyurcsány
    Ted Haggard
    Tarja Halonen
    Sean Hannity
    Phil Hendrie - radio comedian.
    Patty Hearst - 1974 kidnapping/conversion by the Symbionese Liberation Army, bank robbery suspect with the group and arrested, convicted and released from prison.
    Hideki Tojo - Militarist leader of WWII Imperial Japan, executed by International Court tribunal for war crimes and crimes against humanity in 1948.
    Paris Hilton
    Anita Hill in the 1991 Clarence Thomas sexual harassment case.
    Heinrich Himmler
    Emperor Hirohito- involvement in WWII Imperial Japan policy.
    Adolf Hitler, German Fuehrer and responsible for the Holocaust to exterminate nearly all of European Jews and other victims (i.e. Roma people, Slavs, homosexuals and communists), remains an infamous emotionally charged figure when it comes to associated issues of racism and antisemitism.
    Erich Honecker - Communist leader of the last years of East Germany (1971-89).
    Jimmy Hoffa - 1975 kidnapping/disappearance.
    J. Edgar Hoover
    Katie Hopkins
    John Howard
    L. Ron Hubbard
    Mike Huckabee
    Rock Hudson
    Saddam Hussein, Iraqi dictator and was a secular leader against the rise of Islamic fundamentalism in the Middle East.
    Yusuf Islam (Catt Stevens)
    Andrew Jackson, U.S. President and designer of federal government policy on American Indians and the Trail of Tears.
    George Jackson.
    Jesse Jackson
    Michael Jackson - People v. Jackson case in 2005, and several other controversies.
    Thomas Jefferson, U.S. President and drafter of the US constitution.
    Sheila Jeffreys
    Elton John
    Magic Johnson - HIV diagnosis.
    Michael Jordan
    Jenny Jones
    John F. Kennedy, with brothers Robert F. Kennedy and Ted Kennedy - U.S. President, U.S. Presidential candidate, and U.S. Senator, respectively.
    Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis - widow of John F. Kennedy, remarried to Greek billionaire.
    Kim Kardashian
    Andy Kaufman
    Khomeini
    Nikita Khrushchev, Soviet leader.
    Kid Rock
    Martin Luther King Jr.
    Rodney King
    Philip J. Klass
    Shosei Koda
    Junichiro Koizumi, Japanese leader.
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    Since this is in the Military forum, I'll ask Gunny Ermey to give his views:

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    Daveman, I hate to be this way, but I don't understand individual rights over the good of the whole. Can you help me with that?
     
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    You have a right to kill yourself


    in your case, that would be good for everyone




    got it?
     
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    The concept of individual rights is essentially an attempt to put limits on "might makes right". Without a persistent effort to defend individual freedom, all that would ever prevail would be the overwhelming momentum of the mob. Despited a dedicate policy to defend individual rights, the majority still gets its way in most cases, which is why you don't hear as many pleas to defend the rights of the 'many'. It would be like demanding 'affirmative action' for whites.
     
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    Probably not.
     
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    Well, can you tell this? Did individual rights lead us to Roe v Wade and separation of chuch from state?
     
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    I meant "Probably not" as in "Probably not so you could understand", given the OP.
     
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    Yes.
     
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    I'm an old girl. I saw both those laws come into being during my childhood/teenage years. I personally think those two rights have turned the United States on it's ear. Particularly, Roe V Wade, that was done as a, bottom line, an attorney trying to make a name for herself. And church from state split without batting an eye as to the detriment it would cause "American society". Other individual rights like can I have a blue bicycle instead of a red one that's fine. It's about an individual person. But, when it effects the good of the whole, is that part addressed in the legal process?
     

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