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Jehmu Greene‘s rhetoric is just one bombastic — large AND loud — example of a sissified & callous approach to argument, often referred to as “passive-aggression.” While constantly preaching about the “need” for a “conversation,” she knowingly partakes in a awkward-seeming but all too coherent attack, one which I simplified in an article titled, “HIDDEN EVIL.”Ā  This is a planned strategy, the primary purpose of which is to all but force the opponent to utter something — ANYTHING! — that might render said opponent Ā illiberal, racist or otherwise disqualified to continue in the “conversation.”

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  Hurricane Arthur was moving offshore and away from North Carolina’s Outer Banks on Friday morning, one day after making landfall, leaving about 22,000 without electricity and threatening holiday weekend plans along the eastern seaboard. Arthur, which strengthened into a Category 2 hurricane packing 100 mph winds on Thursday, reached land about 11:15 p.m. between […]