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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of critiques in Chaldean Numerology is: 8

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of critiques in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4

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  1. Brian Schatz:

    I do want to separate the good-faith critiques of Section 230 and the questions surrounding antitrust, which are legitimate, that's not what this [ upcoming ] hearing is about, and that's not what this effort two weeks out from the election is. This is about just bludgeoning these CEOs into submission.

  2. Laura Cooper:

    The Association has worked in good faith with the negotiators and will continue to do so regardless of any efforts to torpedo reform. The MCCA has offered constructive critiques to both sides of the aisle as we seek to ensure reform is funded, realistic and will make a meaningful difference our communities are calling for.

  3. Scott Bowman:

    I think the students have the right to hear what he has to say, on the other hand, it could be explosive in the current environment. Nothing he says is hate speech in my view but his critiques of the Left’s obsession with micro-aggressions and various tactics of groups (e.g., Black Lives Matter) would be labeled racist by them, which is his point, by the way.

  4. Mehmet Murat ildan:

    Be silent when you are criticised so that you can hear the critiques well!

  5. Stephen Gutowski:

    The Post's editorial board is certainly minimizing the critiques of Mr. Chipman's nomination which stem from both his time as an ATF agent and his second career as a paid gun-control activist, what's more disappointing to see from a major news outlet, though, is their decision to completely ignore recently-corroborated allegations Chipman made racist remarks while serving in the agency. That the editorial board doesn't even want to see the Equal Employment Opportunity complaints filed against Chipman before calling for his confirmation is remarkable.

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