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    Today, 09:23 AM
    There was a group a few years back I knew of who was trying to do this. But I don't think they had any success, and in fact I think some of them were prosecuted and suffered harm (don't quote me on this, I am relying on memory and it was some years ago.) It's a very corrupt and powerful system (the judiciary), and it would probably take someone very high up on the political ladder to step forward and endorse the practice and offer protection for those exercising their Constitutional freedoms like this. Not to mention that you would have to educate and wake up the sheeple, a mammoth task, but COVID has opened up some new doors of understanding, for sure.
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    Today, 09:11 AM
    Amen!
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    Today, 09:10 AM
    Nope. The framers of our Constitution were fleeing England and the tyrannical Church of England and their intent is the exact opposite of what you are claiming. No special status for "the church." They experienced first hand in England how tyrannical a church institution with special status can be. Remember, this is how the First Amendment starts: "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion..." So when you say a church business has special status ("respect") over other businesses, you actually violate this part of the First Amendment. The practice of religion is not dependent on keeping a business open. Your views are better discussed on a forum that debates theocracy and other theological issues.
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    Today, 08:40 AM
    The only real way to reform the judicial system is to develop some kind of oversight body that is comprised of NON-Bar members, because corruption is the norm in the judiciary, not the exception, and judges are simply lawyers from the Bar associations that have been promoted. So it is highly political and partisanship is rampant. Most states do have some kind of judicial oversight group, but they are comprised mostly of insiders and have little to no effect. Civics needs to be taught to the populace as well, and how to form citizen Grand Juries to indict corrupt judges.
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    Today, 12:23 AM
    Saying it doesn't make it true. You have to prove it, and nobody here (or apparently in the 9th circuit) has proven that. Practice of religion does not depend upon a church business. None of the businesses should have been shut down, and if you look at carefully what you are proposing, you are actually proposing a special status for church businesses. And that kind of position should not be defended on a libertarian forum, because rights are only recognized to the individual, not a class. My right to practice my religion is not dependent on a church business. My right to assemble wherever I want is violated, but not because it is a religious right. It is violated wherever I want to assemble.
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    Yesterday, 09:23 PM
    Ok, this is not hard to understand, and you are misrepresenting what I wrote. Here is the First Amendment: Can we agree this entire Amendment does NOT deal strictly with religion? Only the first phrase deals with RELIGION: "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof;"
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    Yesterday, 08:32 PM
    But how did they do that? They locked down all businesses. They prevented gatherings in all places, not just religious. If they only closed down churches but no other businesses, then you might have a case. But the First Amendment text on "right of the people peaceably to assemble" is not restricted to churches, but applies to any assemblies. This is why cases are often lost at this level. It is not that the actions were wrong, but you have to litigate according to the law. The lockdowns were unconstitutional period. Not just unconstitutional for churches based on religious discrimination. And as I wrote previously, what they shut down were businesses. The true church can never be shut down, because you cannot shut down the Kingdom of God. Another COVID Small Business Casualty: The American Christian Church
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    Yesterday, 05:33 PM
    There's an easy way to deal with the few violent criminals that are being released. Trump should use his emergency "war" power's act and declare Constitutional Carry the law of the land, since he already deemed gun stores "essential businesses." Pro 2nd Amendment Sheriffs could then deputize all law abiding citizens as well. Problem solved. I bet 99% of the prisoners released didn't belong there in the first place. Like this Amish farmer who was just released and was serving 6 year sentence for selling non-FDA approved salves and ointments.
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    Yesterday, 05:18 PM
    Precisely. One can practice a religion without walking into a church building. What is protected under the 1st Amendment is: And that is for ALL people, not just religious people. But Trump/Pence now seem to want to restrict another part of the First Amendment:
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    Yesterday, 04:48 PM
    Where's the religious discrimination? How is it different from schools and other non-religious gatherings that were also banned?
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    Yesterday, 03:59 PM
    I don't think so. Other states have challenged the authority to lockdown and have won (like Wisconsin). People in Wisconsin can now go to church, just as easily as they can go to their Taverns.
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    Yesterday, 03:57 PM
    It was litigated wrong, in my opinion. The lockdowns are Unconstitutional period, and there is no definable religious prejudice here, as it is applied to all "non-essential" businesses and churches are not singled out on the basis of their religious beliefs. This is the key in the ruling: THAT'S what need to be challenged and ligated. It needs to be shown that this no worse than a serious flu bug, and these measures were not warranted across the board for everyone in the population (maybe just nursing homes and elderly care.) There is no religious discrimination here, so the ruling is basically correct based on this erroneous assumption, which apparently was never challenged.
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    05-23-2020, 05:59 PM
    Where You Can Buy Hertz Cars At Huge Discounts After 102 years of operation, Hertz is now bankrupt and with $25 billion in debt, it just made the list of the 25 biggest bankruptcies in history. And with creditors now looking for creative ways to recover as much of their investment as possible, the Hertz fleet of just over 506,000 vehicles is a hot commodity for what's left of the company. Of course, Hertz already tried selling enough cars to stay afloat previously, and it didn’t work. In early March Hertz sold 41,000 used cars in the U.S., but pumped the brakes as returns shrank and auto auctions stopped as traffic fell off a cliff. Used car prices then fell 34.4% in April, and with a ton of new inventory on the market will likely push prices down even more, making it extremely difficult for Hertz to climb out of the hole it is in according to Jalopnik. Well maybe not: after all, everything can be sold if the price is low enough, and it appears that Hertz is finally realizing that is has no choice but to drastically slash prices on its fleet sales, and will continue to do until it finds a clearing price since we doubt the Fed will step in and buy these cars any time soon.
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    05-23-2020, 05:43 PM
    Oh, I agree. I am just trying to understand how personalities like this get such a large following. I mean, who has time to watch 2-3 hours of a talking head every day like this? He said that he interviewed Peter Hoetz on vaccines, one of the biggest industry insider shills who would never dare to debate a real doctor who knows how to think and would expose the vaccine fraud, so his audience would then probably line up ASAP to get the COVID vaccine when it comes out.
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    05-23-2020, 02:07 PM
    I've known Joel Satatin and his farming philosophies for probably close to 20 years now. I watched about half of this. I don't get the popularity of this Joe Rogan. I mean, it doesn't take much effort, honestly, to sit behind a microphone and just shoot the breeze every day. I don't know what is in the second hour, but the first hour could have been edited down to about 20 minutes, or less, and communicate what was actually communicated. I think these independent content producers who spend the time on post production to get their videos down to smaller segments are far more talented, in my opinion. The one that was posted here yesterday of reallygraceful, and her 3 shows on the history of Bill Gates, each segment about 15 minutes or less, is phenomenal!
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    05-23-2020, 11:29 AM
    2 hours, wow! Did you listen to the whole thing? Anything significant discussed that we haven't already covered on this issue??
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    05-22-2020, 10:50 PM
    The used car market probably just got flooded....
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    05-22-2020, 10:31 PM
    Actually, now that I look at the photo more carefully, it looks like a stock photo shot in a studio, and they just photoshopped in the text.
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    05-22-2020, 10:29 PM
    Exactly. I have worked in ecommerce for years, and this is the most time consuming part. But I guess if you have those resources already in place, it is feasible. I wonder who they grabbed for the model? Maybe an employee?
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    05-22-2020, 10:08 PM
    But a couple of hours? They need to secure a supply of t-shirts, have them printed, and get them into a warehouse to be ready to ship, and then do the photographing and artwork to get them online. I went and put one into the site shopping cart, and there was no notice that these were on order and not shipping yet....
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    05-22-2020, 10:05 PM
    I have heard of it, but not looked into it much. I heard it was a very small percentage, and am wondering if this has been happening for a quite a long time but is now being highlighted at this time to condition people to include children, whom everyone admits have very small risk of getting COVID-19, with the coming COVID vaccine. They need fear to promote their products, and children are a HUGE market for vaccines.
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    05-22-2020, 10:01 PM
    Anyone else find it interesting that they had these t-shirts online and ready to order "just hours after Biden made the comment"??
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    05-22-2020, 10:00 PM
    I wonder what they'll report if they see autism rates among children decline this year??
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    05-22-2020, 09:20 PM
    The Trump campaign has launched a new “You Ain’t Black” t-shirt mocking former Vice President Joe Biden’s explosive comment that African Americans who don’t vote for him “ain’t black.” The shirt was launched just hours after Biden made the comment while appearing on the Breakfast Club radio show. Source.
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    05-22-2020, 09:04 PM
    Same way as they did in 2016, and this year. He was so far ahead of Biden early on in the primaries, everyone could see it. They puffed up Biden instead, for reasons that are yet to be seen. He was also way more popular than Hillary. I'm guessing he's not a "team player."
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    05-22-2020, 08:34 PM
    More than likely its been the plan all along, or at least since COVID started.
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    05-22-2020, 08:25 PM
    Bernie's finished. And no way Michelle is going to do second ticket to an old white man.
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    05-22-2020, 05:44 PM
    This is pretty much obvious now. So who will it be?
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    05-22-2020, 04:26 PM
    I predict Dershowitz will completely back off of his position on this, especially if he sits down and has a one on one conversation with Bobby Kennedy, who is his friend. He is already backing off of some of this. Check out this interview with Del Bigtree.
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