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    Today, 05:07 AM
    So he wanted to send the kids to a more diverse school?
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  • Natural Citizen's Avatar
    Today, 04:01 AM
    cultural Marxist, useful idiot, and SJW aren't alt-right buzzwords/catchphrases. Those are very real people who should be taken seriously. I'll give you cuck, trigger, and signaling, though. Those are definitely alt-right buzzwords/catchphrases. I haven't really bothered tinkering with giving the alt-right folks around here the business. I don't even know who they are, to be honest.
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  • Natural Citizen's Avatar
    Today, 03:14 AM
    Anyway. It's too early for a bunch of back and forth dick waving. Heh. I'm going to go do some pushups and have breakfast. Maybe go out on muh porch and listen to the songbirds before the sun comes up.
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  • Natural Citizen's Avatar
    Today, 03:11 AM
    I tend to go by the good ol' handy dandy Boloney Detection Kit... Baloney Detection Kit - Warning signs that suggest deception. The following are suggested as tools for testing arguments and detecting fallacious or fraudulent arguments: Wherever possible there must be independent confirmation of the facts. Encourage substantive debate on the evidence by knowledgeable proponents of all points of view.
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  • Natural Citizen's Avatar
    Today, 02:59 AM
    Thing about science is that there really isn't any right or wrong answer to a given question. The very nature of science demands that we must continue to always ask questions. It's batsht crazy to scribble up and enforce policy that is based on a theoretical answer to something. The policy is permanent and enforceable whereas the answer in relation to a specific theory is likely temporary and subject to change as more questions are asked with regard to said theory. But...stuff like this is exactly why it is critical to demand answers from prospective and current leaders as to their position on science. Particularly given that they lead in a time when technology and science impacts policy and ultimately right and pocketbooks of The People.
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  • heavenlyboy34's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:19 PM
    Suzanimal : HOW IS YOUR AMERICA SONGS LIFESKILL GOING?
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  • Natural Citizen's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:00 PM
    Good stuff right here. There is truth to this. Without public virtue liberty cannot be achieved. It is liberty's primary foundation. And that's the fundamental difference. Not only between principled libertarians and the alt-right, but between principled libertarians and everyone else of varying anti-moral foundations. Once that's understood, the rest of the piece makes perfect sense. Good post, O.
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  • PierzStyx's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:49 PM
    Dividing by zero is how you get teleportation. It coolapses distances between two points to zero and allows you to cross over unhindered. Obviously.
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  • Dr.3D's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:41 PM
    And all she got was a blank piece of paper. So much for STD's being Trumps Vietnam.
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  • PierzStyx's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:18 PM
    Friedman wasn't a libertarian. But economists in general aren't political. They're economists. Politicians end up adopting these economists as if they are their own. But they aren't. Hayek wasn't either. He was an economist. Especially early in his career he thought there might be room for some government action, something seen in The Road to Serfdom. But he eventually came to the conclusion that government shouldn't be involved. And I can accept the ideas of an economist without buying into their politics when they DO get political. Thus I can be a free market supporter without agreeing with every idea von Hayek ever had about government. On the other hand, I cannot support a politician without empowering them to do everything they want, including violate my liberty at will. So no thank you. I'd rather not have a Johnson up my arse.
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  • TER's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:59 PM
    That is not what the Roman Church or the Eastern Churches believed, neither at the time of the Great Schism or after (except perhaps for what Vatican II taught, regarding Branch theories and such which completely go against the Patristic teachings). They don't believe the Church can be divided, and rather each claim to be the true Church established by Christ. Before the Schism, this was true, but after it, one was the true Church and the other fallen away. To any serious seeker of the truth, this fork in the road is the pinnacle in determining where the Church of the New Testament is. It is one of two, either it is the Roman Catholic Church or the Eastern Orthodox Church. Christ's Body cannot be broken into two. It wasn't that the Church divided in unity, it was that one section fell away. Although a branch falls from the tree, it does not mean that the tree has divided. It remains one tree. You are correct, but if you think the doctrinal developments have to do with icons or the Second Council of Nicea, you would be incorrect. The innovation which developed was actually iconoclasm, and that is what was rooted out by the One Church. As for the innovations which led to the Great Schism, it did not occur in the Orthodox Church, it occurred in the Western Church (ex: Filioque), first with Rome and then the Protestant Reformation (which is the offspring of the Papal Church which broke away).
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  • heavenlyboy34's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:29 PM
    BLASPHEMY!!! :P
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  • PierzStyx's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:26 PM
    I don't think it took them this long, they just don't have to do anything anymore. They could release an album a decade and still be millionaires and tour for the rest of their lives.
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    Yesterday, 04:25 PM
    You mean Death Magnetic, right? That album was decent. Better than St. Anger by far. But a lot of teh songs kind of blurred together for me. It was kind of boring.
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    Yesterday, 04:22 PM
    That would be the definition of a statist, those who support a government based on violent compulsion, i.e. the State. That this is the opposite of the order God established seems to escape your notice.
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  • wizardwatson's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:50 PM
    I only chimed in to remind certain people here on this thread that there are some of us who don't buy into this idea that Neo-Reactionary/Paleo philosophies are worth a crap, and also to remind those same people that Ron Paul, whose ideas this site was founded on, was not an amoralist, and would in no way condone these monarchist/nationalistic governmental systems/philosophies that people float around. So on the surface, my comment wasn't meant to be insightful or "grasped" at all. It was more of a way of reminding people that Ron Paul is a Christian and wouldn't at all approve of all these half-baked philosophies. Just throwing some holy water at some of the demons lurking around here. But since you responded... We both posted a video, me of Ron Paul speaking more to the philosophical/theological roots of liberty, and you of Ron Paul broadly defining liberty in a very secular way, in relation to "not using force". I think though, in the video you posted Ron is over-generalizing to that lady. People who say "NAP" really mean don't "initiate" force. And Ron I think is referring to "not using force", not so much in the NAP sense, but in the sense of not achieving political goals via the use of force. As to whether taxes are part of that unjust force, I would say they don't have to be, but pretty much are now at this point in our nation. If the taxes are constitutional, and the use of those revenues is for consitutionally delimited powers, then it doesn't necessarily have to be the case that "taxes are coercion" or otherwise unjust.
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  • TER's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:18 PM
    I can only speak from what I know with regards to the Orthodox Church. The studies which I found and posted earlier in the thread are not very clear on which denomination they were testing. One of the tests involved the subjects receiving Anglican communion which did not demonstrate any transmission. You will get varying beliefs on this. If you study the Church Fathers, it is quite ubiquitous stated that those sacraments held outside the Church are without grace (for example, this was the charge held against the Arians and many other heretical splinter groups which developed in the course of history.) Most priests I have spoken with tell me to worry about my own sins and let God worry about the sacraments held outside the Church.
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  • heavenlyboy34's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:44 PM
    Sure. But Theye would have us believe teh cops are the "finest". Fucking joke.
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  • wizardwatson's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:55 AM
    Well, 74% of American men are overweight. 80% for cops statistically significant, but without knowing other statistics for the cop sample, might not mean anything. For instance, 80% overweight might be consistent with national averages for the age demographic of cop sample (older than national average of 74% demographic). In other words, of course American cops are fat. Americans are fat.
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    Yesterday, 10:25 AM
    Head's up, Anti Federalist
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    Yesterday, 10:23 AM
    http://thefreethoughtproject.com/fbi-80-police-officers-overweight/ FBI Says That 80% Of Police Officers Are Overweight John Vibes August 16, 2014 0 Comments 14.1KShare 16 1 4Reddit 76Tweet 0Email image: http://thefreethoughtproject.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/cops-donuts.jpg According to new statistics released by the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation, 8 out of every 10 police officers in America are overweight. The new study highlights a widespread problem in police departments across the country. According to some researchers, law enforcement officers are actually 25 times more likely to die from weight related cardiovascular disease than on duty injuries. However, some police departments are denying that this is as much of an epidemic as the FBI report suggests, although they still admit that there is a serious problem. “Do we have some that are overweight? Sure we do. But, not to that percentage. Somebody that did a full career in law enforcement? Average age was 60 — that’s when they died, at 60 years old. So what we found out is if we’re going to improve and overcome that stress, we’ve got to stay in shape, we’ve got to control our weight if we want to live longer,” Joe Harn, of the Garland Police Department in Texas told CBS News.
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  • Natural Citizen's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:02 AM
    Religious Liberty is Individual Liberty. They are not mutually exclusive. There is no separation or difference. Individual Liberty is Individual Liberty no matter what religion an Individual or group of Individuals practice. There you go with those weasel words again. Heh. There is only 1 take on Individual Liberty. Just 1. And it isn't open for compromise. Not today. Not tomorrow. Not any day.
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    Ha. You old fart. Still in the pit in 2016, huh. That's cool, man. I didn't know that Axl could still hold a note. Cool stuff. I keep forgetting you were in an AOR/Melodic band back in the day. Hey, I tried to pm you a while back but you were full. Just about stuff around here.
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    Brother, I uploaded a vid of Fr. Chris' homily from this week in my DL thread if you're interested. http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthr...20#post5894920 ~hugs~
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    I double checked, and it appears I got the right Cyril according to the OCA. http://oca.org/saints/lives/2015/05/11 Thanks for keeping me in check with the +rep, though! ~hugs~
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    That was only 5% of the article. Tradition doesn't really prove anything for a Christian, only the Bible does. The Bible stands over traditions and judges them righty and wrongly.
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    IDK if you caught this news recently: http://oca.org/in-memoriam/protopresbyter-thomas-hopko

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    Protopresbyter Thomas Hopko, Dean Emeritus of Saint Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary, Crestwood, NY, and noted Orthodox Christian priest, theologian, preacher, and speaker, fell asleep in the Lord on the afternoon of March 18, 2015.
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