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Can someone give me a valid argument on the proof of a higher power with out using 'faith' or anything like it? I want solid proof. submitted by puppersnuffs to AskVoat

tothetop 0 points 16 points (+16|-0) ago

I wouldn't call myself religious, but I'm also not sure I'd consider myself an atheist. The thing I keep getting stuck on is how does anything exist at all? Does anyone have a reason for that other than "just because"? I feel like its the question someone religious would ask an atheist in response to your question, but that's not my basis for it. It's just something thats bothered me for a while and I haven't found a good answer.

deleted by user submitted by MikeHawksRagen to MeanwhileOnReddit

tothetop 0 points 13 points (+13|-0) ago

It's a shame that conspiracy is the only place anyone is discussing it. I'm about to give up on the US.

Bernie Sanders And Allies In Congress To Introduce $15 Federal Minimum Wage Wednesday submitted by flyawayhigh to news

tothetop 0 points 12 points (+12|-0) ago

Do you have any evidence to support this? I feel like this gets thrown around but I haven't seen any evidence to support it.

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Bernie Sanders And Allies In Congress To Introduce $15 Federal Minimum Wage Wednesday submitted by flyawayhigh to news

tothetop 3 points -3 points (+0|-3) ago

It is the government manipulating the marketplace but it would affect every business equally. How does that make it not a competition based market? If everyone plays by the same rules, it has everything to do with whether a business is strong enough to survive competition.

Obviously it's not a free one, because if there was a truly free market there would be catastrophic results for quite a while until everything balanced out. But the short term would be too awful to make it even a remotely reasonable choice.

Pope calls for New World Order submitted by Tchoup to Conspiracy

tothetop 2 points -2 points (+0|-2) ago

I feel like what you just described as what would happen if the wealth gets spread around is what America is already like.

Sanders: US campaign finance 'a national disgrace' submitted by ideasware to news

tothetop 2 points -2 points (+0|-2) ago

Money is personal property exchanged for goods or services while a business actually provides the goods or services to the public?