thewholeburittoo has not created any debates.
In some cases yes, but not in the one we are debating right now, i.e. Samantha Bee's case.
I don't think that spanking or hitting is necessarily bad, like I'm almost positive it does work, it definitely can teach kids what is good and what is bad to do. But I don't think people should do it. A better way to teach kids good and bad behaviors could be an increase in tough chores or restrictions on television time or internet time or whatnot. I think though, what the best way to enforce good behaviors is, is to teach it to them through presenting yourself as a respectable, superior adult and taking them out to do some stuff that teaches them good ethics, skills, and virtues. Teach them that good work pays off, that life is tough, and they don't always get what they want. Teaching them good life skills from a young age is something you can't go wrong with, in my opinion.
Again, I'm saying how it should be, not how it is.
I'm saying this it what it should be, not how it is. Roseanne's show was canceled because she made a joke that people wrongly assumed was racist, which is not tolerated in companies, specially one as "family friendly" as Disney. Samantha Bee just had a political opinion involving a "bad word". Plenty of people have used "bad words" to describe the current presidency, so it wasn't as serious as people thought Roseanne's comment to be. They are different situations.
If I was Vermont I'd want to save the taxpayer money and make the state the best it could be using that money, and then people would want to move without being payed. Win win for everyone. The taxpayers aren't upset we're paying people just to move here, The people moving here (voluntarily) are glad they're moving to a beautiful state, and the government are happy that people have moved here.
I've seen that in school, and boy was it terrible. But if the sources were true, which part of me doubts, then it does provide some good information on why technology should probably be left for a later time in life.
I think it's her opinion, and it's okay to have an opinion, right? If you disagree with it, who cares? If you agree with her, who cares? Whether she received support or hate for this it doesn't matter. As for the limits and consequences for making appalling comments in person, free speech allows us to do that, so there can't be any limits and consequences. Above all, it's her opinion, and she shouldn't be punished for it. She can be hated for it, yes, but should not be punished.