Pretty much every example of liberal outrage culture has a concurrent example of conservative outrage cultural.
Regardless of that anecdotal point, though, the right (MAGA in particular anyway) has lost the right to use the term snowflake, mainly after the whole "dozens of baseless legal challenges, rallies, and acts of rioting and domestic terrorism in an attempt to overturn an election held within a system already skewed in their favor", among other things.
I am not talking about the American culture wars, but the cultural differences between my country and the West.
If speaking about politics, it is interesting the see differences of domestic reactions in the US after Trumpists stormed the Capitol Hill, and in Kyrgyzstan, after they did the very same thing (but with much more success), because of the perceived election fraud too.
You're just mad we pimp-slapped you twice this year, including including a good old-fashioned Thanksgiving "stuffing".
Actually I have to agree with Libervalley on this one. In and of itself, more people voting is not inherently a good thing -- nor is it inherently bad. If the people are informed and voting sincerely -- yes, even if they aren't voting how I would, I agree it's a definite positive. If they're poorly informed, or are mostly voting out of spite, then...that does no one any good, and contributes to the decline of the system overall by virtue of eroding trust in institutions.
re: voter ID, I think (a) driver's licenses should be in a semi-standardized format (certain minimum requirements, which really already exist) and guaranteed as an acceptable form of voter ID (since reaslistically what you pay for when getting a license is the recognization of your ability to drive, it's not a poll tax), and (b) some form of non-driver's license photo voter ID should be freely available, maybe not from the federal government (preferably not from the federal government), but should again have a sort of general format that states can add to as they wish. Has to be free (no poll tax), but then you have no excuse to not show an ID when voting, which you really should have to do anyway to avoid corrupting the system.
The world is in chaos...
With the lingering effects of COVID-19 and flaring tensions over a multitude of issues, the nations of the world are on the road back to stability -- or are they? Will your nation be led to health and prosperity, or will it falter and spiral towards ruin? Apply by using the application at the bottom of the factbook! You must post your application on the RMB to be valid, but you can send your claim however you want.
Don't make a tank of a nation. Make your nation reasonable. RPs are not fun with 10+ superpowers.
It's okay to not be a first world country.
A larger military means a smaller economy. If 5% of your workforce suddenly stops working that's a big hit to the economy.
Don't take up half the map with your nation.
RP in proportion to your land size. Don't take a huge landmass if you aren't posting more than once a month.
Write more than two sentences in a post, but don't write a novel either.
If you are taking too large of a land claim, are too OP, or have a large economy and a large military your application will get rejected.
Please give exact numbers, or even fairly good ballpark figures. "Economy Size: Big" doesn't mean anything.
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