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    Today, 03:03 AM
    Define "done".
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    Today, 03:01 AM
    No excuse. He should have gone on record defending the 4th amendment and given a speech calling out those who voted to gut it.
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    Today, 02:55 AM
    Yes, but there was a lease on Hong Kong and it expired. I don't think war with China over it was an option. They did go to war over the Falklands. It seems like a strange thing for Milei to get fixated on and if he's thinking of making an alliance with NATO to kind of protect Argentina is any Argentine move to try and take them back, he should shut up about it and secure the NATO alliance first :)
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    Today, 02:49 AM
    Better than the feds who routinely "discover" trillions missing.
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    Today, 02:12 AM
    Russia has no history, like the US, of liberty or the early US republic. It's so vastly different with a mind blowing history and a set of problems entirely different from anything our own country has faced. When the USSR collapsed, the Russian people, in a system of communism up until that point, were looted by opportunistic predators who were fast ruining anything that was left and establishing a Jewish Mafia state. Putin saved Russia and it's prosperous and a lot freer than it's ever been in it's entire history. In a system like ours (or Europe's), it would quickly devolve back into communism, imo. There is no way in hell the UK will ever cede those islands. No way. It's not like some other commonwealth state like, say, in the Caribbean. The Falklands are all Brits. That makes a huge difference. I see Milei's desires on it akin to to Russia trying to get Alaska back.
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    Today, 01:54 AM
    FTR, I'm not pro Israel nor do I think it should have been created. I accept that it does exist so not approving the creation of the state is moot. I think flattening Gaza and killing so many Palestinians is criminal but also believe that Hamas really is embedded throughout the strip and fully integrated among the population. Ultimately, I would say my sympathies lie with the Palestinians but I oppose Islam and, certainly, the Muslim Brotherhood, which Hamas is. I want them all to stay put over there and not come here. While I think ALL foreign aid to ANY country should be ended, putting me in agreement with the Marxist minions and muzz who want money and weapons cut off to Israel, I loathe the Marxists and muzz doing the protesting in the west. My feelings about Jews are complex and nuanced and though I don't like Israel, Zionism or the Jewish international, I don't approve of these leftist freaks running around screaming at random Jews. It's a lot like BLM/Antifa in 2020. I hate that US involvement with Israel - and muzz - has brought all this shit here. So, with all that in mind, I just read this article which really pissed me off and I would have decked that muzzie bitch if I had been there. Shocking moment UC Berkeley law students who were invited to Jewish dean's house for dinner turn on him with pro-Palestine rant as his wife begs them to leave Footage shows how what was meant to be a celebratory dinner at a dean's home for graduating students devolved into a physical fight over the Israel-Hamas war. The viral video made rounds Wednesday, hours after UC Berkley law students were invited to the Oakland home of School of Law Dean Erwin Chemerinsky and his wife the evening before. The first of three dinners they planned to host, the occasion turned into a confrontation when Malak Afaneh, co-president of Berkeley Law Students for Justice in Palestine, rose to protest the school's investment in arms manufacturers for Israel.
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    Today, 01:10 AM
    I get anxiety just reading the two approaches. I could never be in politics.
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    Today, 12:57 AM
    I'm 100% with him on hating commies but I find it tragic that Russia, who is not a communist country any longer is still saddled with that. As for NATO, I don't know how far he's gonna get with any of ideas about those islands since the UK is an actual NATO member. Those islands are all Brits and they don't want to be part of Argentina. Given Argentina's history and problems, who can blame them?
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    Yesterday, 08:32 PM
    The former NFL star’s son struggled greatly with his mental health. He was a troubled child with numerous outbursts and run-ins with the law from age 14. According to reports, Jason was diagnosed with Jekyll and Hyde disease, also known as “intermittent rage disorder,” which caused him to have recurrent seizures and difficulty controlling his rage. He was prescribed medication for his condition but mostly abused his prescriptions. He had also been arrested for assault, driving under the influence, and attempted murder of his girlfriend in a fit of rage. Four doctors confirmed that Jason was “psychologically disturbed” and needed urgent help and intervention. In a letter found after an incident, Jason referred to himself as three people: Jekyll, Hyde, and Himself. He also described in the letter his willingness to harm anyone who threatened his family and loved ones physically. Jason was never an official suspect in the Brown and Goldman murders. However, in March 2012, Private Investigator and author William Dear published “O.J. I.S. Innocent, And I Can Prove It,” which contained his solid opinions and suspicions supporting his argument.
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    Yesterday, 07:36 PM
    I lived in LA when all of the Rodney King stuff went down and everyone was stunned when those cops got off. I agree with AF that the second trial (and all federal trials like it) was double jeopardy and outrageous. As far as OJ and the blood evidence thing, though it was shown to be attempt to plant (even more) evidence (incredibly stupid), it was also clear as day that he killed them! Both things can be true and I firmly believe everyone who claimed he was innocent was entirely influenced by their hating white people and/or cops. That would be tons of white liberals as well belligerent blacks. A lot people can't do cognitive dissonance which in play with planting evidence for a crime the defendant was still guilty of. I just watchs Cuomo's show where Geraldo was sitting in for him. He interviewed the journalist Judith Regan who interviewed OJ about his "If I Did It" (I didn't read it) and, holy shit, it's plain to see that it was his confession. I'd never heard of this interview, before. Apparently, there was a lot of negative reaction to her doing the interview because people didn't really know what it was about so it was shelved for some years. By the time it aired most people had probably lost interest in the case. Here's the most relevant part: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qJr24J3NmWo
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    Yesterday, 03:47 PM
    Kim Goldman even talked to two jurors and said she was told the three-and-a-half hour deliberation was allegedly a cover-up. "They corroborated what my dad and I always thought -- which was that they didn't do their job," she said. "They pulled testimony just to cover up that they always knew what their answer was when they went into that jury room and they wasted our time for three-and-a-half hours." Kim Goldman said the jurors claimed no evidence would have likely made a difference in the outcome. https://abcnews.go.com/GMA/News/abc-news-exclusive-ron-goldmans-dad-pain-25/story?id=63609110 Never heard that before but not surprised. Acquitting Simpson was a real wake up call for white people. That fucking jury condoned those murders because of race and then blacks broke out in a massive celebration.
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    Yesterday, 03:20 PM
    Damn. Who is that Turner guy? What a snake framing that as protecting anyone because of what was done to Trump when it's a blatant violation of the 4th amendment for everyone. I'm also not clear on where Jim Jordan was on this. What's the scoop there? And, Elise Stefanik, I take it, was for the carve out and fuck the rest of Americans? Anyway, no renewal, with or with the warrant amendment passed, is that right?
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    Yesterday, 02:24 PM
    His poor kids is all I can say. Did he convince them he didn't kill their mother or did they convince themselves in order not to lose both parents? What a nightmare for them.
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    Yesterday, 02:20 PM
    I've only paid attention to her in a general sense and haven't really formed a solid opinion. Seems like there was something I completely disagreed with her on but I can't recall what it was. Nevertheless, she seems to be shaping up as pretty damn principled and is kicking ass. Curious what you guys think. Marjorie Taylor Greene Ups Ante Against Johnson: ‘Republican Speaker Should Not Be Executing Democrats’ Agenda’ Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) escalated her war against Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA) Tuesday with a missive that will greet weary lawmakers returning to the Capitol for a tense two-week legislative burst that might be the most treacherous period of Johnson’s speakership. Greene’s letter is the latest attack in her weeks-long crusade against Johnson that gained legislative legitimacy when she filed a motion to vacate the chair on March 22. That motion could strip Johnson’s gavel just as the House did to then-Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) in October. She filed her motion the day Johnson passed a massive $1.2 trillion government funding plan over the objections of the majority of House Republicans, a move Greene says “broke our conference rules and the promises we made to our voters.”
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    Yesterday, 02:08 PM
    Personality disorders are interesting and something kids should be educated about in order to be discerning and avoid people who have them. Borderlines are part of what's called the "cluster B" group, the dramatic personalities, which also include Anti Social (sociopath), Narcissist and Histrionic. Amber Turd was diagnosed as both borderline and histrionic. They all share traits, the worst being lack of conscience. They lie and manipulate but can be fun, charming, exciting and seductive. Psychopaths would fall in this group, too, but they're a special class. Most people never learn about this stuff until they've been harmed by one or more of them (*raises hand*) and they go on a search to learn WTF happened. There are millions of pages online dedicated to the subject of cluster B and those whose lives have been upended by them. Amber was a great case study with that insane performance in court. Another one is Meghan Markel, narcissist, and that playing out for all the world to see. Good educations to be had with observing what happened with both of them. The important to remember is that the traits overlap and these classifications are just shrinks trying to pigeon hole these types of abnormal, toxic, personalities. Bottom line is getting involved with one will do extreme damage to your life and it can be years before you understand the true nature of what it is you're going or been through.
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    Yesterday, 01:32 PM
    It's possible but I don't think so. He seems to be a true believer in the NATO paradigm. My take on that - and I could be way off - is it's his hatred of communism that accounts for it. If that's it, it's blinded him to everything that's gone down since the collapse of the USSR and the Warsaw Pact. I see that mentality (cold war) all over with the situation in Ukraine and I find it intellectually lazy.
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    Yesterday, 01:23 PM
    Raised Catholic but probably marginally or just culturally. Severely abused by his father. Not sure about the mother. No connection to anything Christian in that. Not parents who exemplified it and a church full of Marxist pedos. He obviously had a vacuum to fill and looked to something he thought he was connected to. Pity.
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    Yesterday, 01:10 PM
    I'm trying to think of any way to read that other than at face value. The only thing I can come up with is a cautionary move against the influence of China, which is prudent, but it's probably more a matter a matter of it being it being just what it looks like. He's pro NATO and all that that means ("rules based order"). Not what I would have expected.
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    04-10-2024, 10:58 PM
    I knew my positions were thought-through and sound, and I was sure that once people saw I was arguing in good faith, they'd see the problems with gender ideology and we could have a sensible, grown-up conversation about it. I also told myself that, as co-writer of well-loved television sitcoms Father Ted and The IT Crowd, I had an audience out there who would listen to me. So I sent a few tweets carefully outlining my argument. I decided to have a look at Twitter (now X). My careful explanation of my position had certainly had an impact. A trans activist and journalist called Parker Molloy, who identifies as a woman and is enraged if anyone disagrees, had sent me a number of increasingly frenzied direct messages.
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    04-10-2024, 10:33 PM
    former member of the Science Committee and the Ranking Member on the Space and Aeronautics Subcommittee Some years back, she gave a speech to NASA's JPL where she asked if the Mars rover would be able to get pictures of where US astronauts planted the flag. I would love to have seen the looks on the faces of the audience, lol.
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    04-10-2024, 10:26 PM
    I agree. I can't see this holding up on appeal. How can it? Though I still love the idea of the parents of ferals being held accountable, it should be child neglect or abuse and with proof, not for the crime the spawn commits. The closest thing I can come up with where someone who didn't do a particular crime but was charged for it is in accessory to murder, like the driver of a get-a-way car in robbery where someone gets killed. This is sure not that.
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    04-10-2024, 09:44 PM
    OMG, I used to watch him regularly. Unmatched comedy. I was sick when his "career" went south. Somebody wants to make a 30 thousand dollar donation, right now! I can feel it.
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    04-10-2024, 03:37 PM
    1777695037129712076 https://twitter.com/KennethRWebster/status/1777695037129712076 Bing wrap up: Here’s a summary of Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee’s speech, where she made some interesting statements about the moon and the sun: The Moon: Jackson Lee confidently explained that the moon is “made up mostly of gases.”
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    04-10-2024, 03:28 PM
    Oh, lol, I hadn't see that. That's some alpha level trolling of the libs right there. I know they had shitfits about it.
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    04-10-2024, 03:15 PM
    He does seem to take his Jewish roots seriously. Swordsmyth
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    04-10-2024, 03:01 PM
    If he's gonna be there, he's probably a real weirdo, too.
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    04-10-2024, 02:59 PM
    That's what Johnny Depp said, lol. Consider that you dodged a bullet! It's not the mental health industry that makes these people but nature plus nurture (genetics and environment). Regardless of how her parents appeared, something happened there that screwed her up and you wouldn't see that. The seemingly nicest people can be poor parents (cold, critical, impossible to please, emotionally absent, etc.) Trans people are classic borderlines. It's interesting that Amber Turd is bisexual and hung around trans people. https://psychologia.co/borderline-personality-traits/
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    04-09-2024, 11:43 PM
    I'm not at all getting your point. Nowhere do I state nor do I imply anything even remotely as you put it here. Where's this coming from? I remain perplexed. I would not put them in charge of commerce, but the issue at hand is not of trade, but of responses in the face of external threats. I've not said anywhere that such measures are good for trade, but under a very narrowly defined set of circumstances, trade must yield to defense. Trade, for example, makes little difference when the enemy in question is landing troops in all up and down the eastern and western seaboards. I've made that distinction very clearly.
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    04-09-2024, 11:26 PM
    osan replied to a thread Become Ungovernable in Open Discussion
    The fact that liberty has to be pitched should tell you something very significant about the state of the mean American. Hint: it's not very good.
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