The Left is a dangerous and divisive force.
The Left has infiltrated all levels of our society and, more broadly, all walks of life, from the political establishment to the corporate world.
The left has no monopoly on evil.
Its influence is no longer confined to the realm of politics, but has reached into the realm as well.
This article is about the Left and its influence on the political process, and how to deal with it.
The left is a destructive force The Left, and many other destructive forces, have their roots in the political arena.
The most significant of these forces is the political Left, which includes a large number of academics, who are highly educated and have a powerful influence on society.
The political Left also includes those who hold positions of authority, who often have a vested interest in maintaining power and in using it against the political Right.
These people are often called “Leftists.”
The most important elements of the political left are the ideological and ideological arguments, and the way they are used to influence public opinion.
These arguments are often presented as fact and, as such, are often accepted without question by the general public.
As a result, the left is seen as “factual,” which is bad enough.
But it is the ideological arguments that are more harmful to the public, because they lead to people’s thinking that the facts are wrong.
The ideological argument, in turn, causes people to become angry and to lash out at anyone who disagrees with them.
The more ideological the argument, the more likely people are to be led to believe that there is a legitimate debate among people on different points of view.
The left is dangerous because it is a threat to the political system and society The Left will use its influence to undermine the legitimacy of any institution that it disagrees with, such as the political right or the religious right.
When an institution is undermined, people are less likely to defend it, because it provides a legitimate justification for its actions.
In other words, if an institution does not have a proper justification, the public will not be convinced by the argument.
As a result of the Left’s influence on public opinion, institutions that are critical of the left will lose legitimacy.
The same is true for any institution, which has the potential to challenge its authority.
This is why the Left will often use its power to intimidate or silence critics of its policies.
For example, a recent example was the recent controversy over a University of Chicago course on gender, which the Left called “a ‘safe space.'”
This course challenged the very basis of gender roles, which were based on biological sex.
Students who took the course found out that the courses professor had no problem with their gender, even though he had previously stated that he did not support any sort of “gender-bending” of gender identities.
This led to a strong backlash, with many students saying that they were “victims” of the course’s creation.
To the surprise of many people, the course instructor resigned from his position and apologized for his “unprofessional” actions.
However, this did not stop the Left from using the incident as an opportunity to attack the institution.
The next day, the Daily Beast ran an article titled “University of Chicago Gender Studies Professor Faces Possible Death Threats.”
The article noted that the instructor had been threatened in the past with violence, and that he was “at risk of being targeted by violent radicals.”
The left quickly seized on this incident as evidence that the institution was in danger of losing legitimacy.
However the reality is that the Left does not want the institution to be in danger.
The institution does want to remain legitimate, and in order to keep the institution’s legitimacy, the Left must maintain its power and its ideological position.
It is this power that is the real threat to institutions, and therefore to society at large.
The danger of the ideological Left is clear, and it is therefore essential to defend institutions against the threat it poses.
The Right must fight back against the ideological left.
The ideology of the Right is dangerous and corrosive to democracy The Left and the ideological Right share a lot in common.
They both want to undermine democracy and impose their political views on the public.
But, in addition to this, they also share many of the same goals.
They also both want a strong state, which is essential to the continued survival of their respective systems of governance.
The goal of both is to achieve power through the use of force.
Both ideologies want to weaken the political institutions and weaken the rule of law, which are necessary to ensure that people do not abuse power and that the rule is applied fairly.
For example, the ideological right has long been involved in efforts to undermine democratic institutions and to weaken legal institutions, which have traditionally served as checks on the power of the ruling class.
These efforts have included, for example, using voter suppression tactics, restricting free speech and shutting down the media.
Both ideologies also have