Exactly, your "badge of honor."
Relevance? You're blowing smoke.
Go back and re-read that definition: regulated discussion, according to the rules of parliamentary procedure.
What is it you'd like me to source? What claims have I made, other than about first-generation immigrants?
FYI, the source is the sociology course I took as a prereq for my BSN. Pardon me if I don't haul that heavy box off of the shelf to cite chapter & verse, but it's there.
Thanks for making me feel like the $700 I spent on that class wasn't completely wasted.
By the way, what's your source for your 'badge of honor' statement.
You made several claims in your responses to my posts for which you have not in any way provided sources.
I don't have to source my opinions which, unless I'm mistaken, are pretty much all that I've posted on this thread so far - you don't have to agree with them.
How is it relevant? By itself, which is all you've provided, it means nothing.
To quote Monty Python, "An argument is a connected series of statements to establish a definite proposition."
This isn't an argument.